Watch These Latino Kids Tell Trump to 'Get the F*** Out of My Country' In Anti-Racism Video
A video by the Latino Rights PAC DeportRacism.com is taking aim at Donald Trump after his comments about Mexicans.
The video, which is called “Trashing Trump: Latino Kids Pound Racism Like a Piñata,” features young Latino kids calling out the billionaire for labelling immigrants “rapists,” “drug dealers” and “anchor babies.”
The video comes on the heels of the GOP candidate's much-hyped Saturday Night Live appearance this weekend.
One of the children says in the video: “My name is Ricardo, my friends call me Rick. But you keep calling me ‘anchor baby?’ Wow. Racist d***.”
Another child said: “I’m an American, born in the USA. This is my home, you can’t take my rights away. If you don’t like our constitution and what it stands for, get the f*** out of my country. There’s the door.”
Video director Luke Montgomery said in a statement: “Calling American-born children who are U.S. citizens ‘anchor babies’ and threatening to tear up the constitution to strip these citizens of their rights is offensive language. Which is why the adorable and articulate Latino kids in the video fight back with some comedically offensive language of their own.”
He added: "They are using bad words for a good cause."
DeportRacism.com is offering a $5000 reward to any audience member who disrupts Trump's SNL appearance.
Hispanic groups protested Wednesday night outside NBC headquarters, calling on the network to "Dump Trump" because of his controversial remarks on immigration.
One protestor said: “He's called us rapists, drug dealers, criminals, and that's extremely offensive to us.”