By Hipolito Munoz, Managing Editor

I am sorry for Trump’s family. He will be fine, he won’t starve and he certainly won’t have to work as hard as those immigrants he decided to attack. Here are some statistics someone in his political team should have shown him; “according to U.S. Census Bureau population estimates as of July 1, 2013, there are roughly 54 million Hispanics living in the United States, representing approximately 17% of the U.S. total population, making people of Hispanic origin the nation’s largest ethnic or race minority.” Out of this number, which is rather big, almost 62% of these are of Mexican descent or heritage. So oops, and these people are friends with many of the other “Latinos” so when other Latinos heard this, they looked over at Pedro from Puebla, Maria from Morelia and their daughter, Dr. Remedios, born in Los Angeles, and they followed it with, ”no mames.”

So the miscalculation became a misery, because of perceived vulnerability. This really has not sunk in to a large part of the population who is lionizing their sacrificial lamb, Donald Trump.

Here is what is happening. Folks are no longer buying the push by the “non-politically” correct crowd. These non-PC folks under the guise of power, decided they could call anyone anything as long as it was their personal belief, who cares who it hurts? Well, those idiocies create wars, and now they can create ruinous business consequences. This is not Trump’s world anymore and I hope his siblings understand this so that they can protect their own personal brands.

Mr. Trump or as I read somewhere, Mr. “Trompas” has now placed in check those that will abuse and deride people they do not understand or like. Let’s see what happens when others do the same to those that have less economic and social reach than the Mexican heritage US Citizens or residents, I hope we will come out as strong in their protection.

So to those folks that are now placing Trump as the #2 presidential candidate for the Republican party, open your eyes to the new world around you if you want to save the Republican party. Get back to a conversation about what the values for a political party that represents you is.