Unlike many of my Latino peers, I decided to break my Very Exciting Saturday Night Plans(I had none, actually) to watch NBC’s Saturday Night Live, an appearance that enraged — and divided — Latinos, many of whom even took to the streets in protest and all.
Oh, the disappointment!
While I didn’t expect to laugh (SNL’s comedy has not been funny for quite some time now,) I was at least hoping to see some sensical comedy applied to the already-comedic-person that Donald Trump is. Alas, there was none of that. Instead, SNL “writers” threw in a few “jokes” about Mexico, with Enrique Peña Nieto bringing Trump a check to build a border wall (zzzzz) and something about ISIS former members now working for Trump Hotels.
Oh, and what’s with suggesting that the President of Mexico would have anything to do with Telemundo changing its programming to all English?
This thing was all over the place and not funny at all. I want my Saturday back.
Democratic Latino political group Deport Racism this week released a profanity-laced video (below) featuring a bunch of otherwise adorable kids denouncing Donald Trump by calling him things like racist fuck, racista de mierda and other not-so-adorable things. The campaign, says the group, is a “justified attack for a good cause.”
As a Mexican who grew up in a profanity-laced Mexican household (in Mexico,) I am not at all shocked by the obscenities; what I find truly shocking — and shameful — is the stupidity of the people behind this thing. I mean, really? Is this all you could come up with? **
**For the record, I do think Donald Trump is a clueless fuck.
So… Upon hearing about the exclusive coverage of El Trumpo’s first radio ads, I promptly went to MSNBC’s Morning Joe to see what the whole fuss was all about.
Alas, I was not even able to hear what I’m sure was a bunch of senseless rants by El Trumpo, because a more urgent thing caught this blogger’s attention: Despite my years-long, relentless campaign, MSNBC insists in calling Colombia Columbia.
Pay attention, Morning Joe, if you don’t want me to start calling you Morning Juan.