As the presidential election nears, we are beginning to see how some people actually feel about GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump — and some of it is chilling.
Reporters interviewed an outspoken anti-Trump Hispanic demonstrator outside a Trump rally in Fort Worth, Texas on Friday and he warned Trump’s white supporters that there would be consequences if the real estate mogul managed to make it to the White House.
“If these people get what they want, Trump in there, I guarantee you — you think the Mexicans are going to lay down that easily? We don’t ever say nothing,” Ronald Gonzales, of Dallas, told TheBlaze.
After explaining that he wasn’t exactly an advocate for open borders, Gonzales said many of the illegal immigrants already living in the country have families here and they would not allow Trump break up their families.
“It ain’t gonna happen,” he said. “You really want the Mexicans to really, really stir, really get mad? Y’all don’t understand — we aren’t the minority anymore. We own Texas. Texas is Mexican-made. I’m five generations deep right here.”
He then issued a warning for those who might be considering a vote for Trump: “What do you think? You think the Hispanics are going to sit back and let these people come and take our parents away?”
“I fought all my life just for my kids wouldn’t be growing up to that. And now that Trump’s coming into the situation, he’s making it worse.”
It looks like things might be getting tense as Trump continues to dominate the polls.
Trump’s recent win in Nevada might have hinted at a surprising popularity among Hispanics and Mexicans — however, Gonzales’ opinion shows a completely different point of view.
All of this makes the outcome of the voters incredibly difficult to determine.