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    Juan Hernandez uses racial slur against Italians on Fox

    I am so freaking livid!
    I was watching Fox report with Sheppard Smith.
    He was discussing the O'Reilly show last night about the blow up between O'Reilly and Rivera.
    He had as guests Sherrif Arpaio of Arizona and Juan Hernandez (The smirking spin master)
    Sherrif Arpaio was explaining that even though Mexicans have been crossing the borders for 20 years, it is now time to enforce the laws.
    And I could not believe what Hernandez just said to Arpaio. He asked him where his people came from. Arpaio explained that his family came from Italy legally. Hernandez said they they were WOPS. With Out Papers. That there was no legal immigration at that time. I am so offended right now! Sherrif Arpaio seemed stunned that he said that and said that that was offensive and if he called Hernandez' people a derrogatory name like that he would catch heck for it.
    The ever smirking Hernandez explained that HIS people were Americans.


    I am stunned and sickened.
    That was a very low and very disgustiong remark and I am sickened that Sheppard Smith did not call him on it! In fact Sheppard seemed very much to agree with Hernandez's position.
    My grandfather came into this country from Italy THRU ELLIS ISLAND...and not by sneaking across the border in the dead of night! My grandfather worked his butt off all his life and never asked for a dime of assistance. My grandfather lived out in the sunlight and not in the shadows. He took no ones identity. He did not live out side the law. He spoke English and he was given the privilege of citizenship of which he was very proud. My grandfather was the American story. Juan Hernandez is a putz!

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    ProudAmericanFamily wrote:

    I am stunned and sickened.
    That was a very low and very disgustiong remark and I am sickened that Sheppard Smith did not call him on it! In fact Sheppard seemed very much to agree with Hernandez's position
    I saw that was well. I was proud of the Sheriff, he stood his ground and said he was a cop and he enforces the law no matter what! He also put Hernandez in his place for making that remark. Sheppard does always seem pro illegal and yes Hernandez is a always disgusting to watch!

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    I missed it! I hope it's posted on You Tube! I can't stand Juan Hernandez...."ever smirking" is right!

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    Arpaio explained that his family came from Italy legally. Hernandez said they they were WOPS. With Out Papers. That there was no legal immigration at that time.
    As a very proud Italian whose 4 grandparents came THROUGH ELLIS ISLAND LEGALLY from Italy...... whose children, grandchildren and great grandchildren fought for this USofA

    I am furious!

    I hope that everyone will not let this stand and make your voices heard along with mine.

    THIS is the very thing that Americans have ALLOWED to go on for too long that now it's actually accepted.
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    cool down

    Juan Hernandez is so ignorant. Anyone who has done any genealogy knows that all immigrants were "documented". What we have going on with the border doesn't even compare.
    . I wish people would speak up about it when they use the excuse we all immigrated. If we did then there will be some paper work to check on.
    The guy is trying to get people angry. He doesn't know his facts.

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    ProudAmericanFamily wrote:

    He asked him where his people came from. Arpaio explained that his family came from Italy legally. Hernandez said they they were WOPS. With Out Papers. That there was no legal immigration at that time.
    At what time? Did Sherrif Arpaio give a specific date of when his ancestors immigrated to the United States? Since I don't know the date we're talking about, I'm going to assume there were no immigration laws in the United States when Arpaio's ancestors came. It's funny how the pro-criminal alien crowd likes to skirt around the "law" issue when discussing immigration. We now have laws against illegal immigration and they need enforced!

    Yeah, I hate that Chesire Cat, Juan Hernandez, too!

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    Sis, I am with you!
    My family heritage is Italian and I can't believe that Hernandez would dare diminish the immigrants throughout our proud history and even dare to compare them with the snakes slithering across our borders in the night carrying drugs and guns.

    I want to fight this effectivly. I plan to complain and complain loudly!

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    Shep's email address is studiob@foxnews.com

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    From the American Heritage Dictionary


    wop (wŏp)
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    [Italian dialectal guappo, thug, from Spanish guapo, handsome, dashing, braggart, bully, from French dialectal wape, rogue, from Latin vappa, flat wine, scoundrel.]

    noun
    Offensive Slang
    Used as a disparaging term for a person of Italian birth or descent.

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    Here is Juan's web page with contact info on it.

    http://www.juanhernandez.org/

    Email him at juanhernandez@juanhernandez.org

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