By Rolando Larraz
Las Vegas Tribune
It was refreshing to see that Mexicans have taken over Trump’s Las Vegas campaign and, on Saturday while President Trump was visiting Southern Nevada, it was obvious that only Mexicans were invited guests at the table.
The event was seen as refreshing because typically Mexicans have the tendency to gather with Communist Democrats, perhaps because when they come here they confuse Democrats with democracy and they group with that group.
The event was sold as a Latinos Round Table, but it is obvious that the word Latinos to them means Mexicans only and maybe one or two Central Americans, to cover appearances, but out of the nine people seated at the table, two were the organizers of the event.
Las Vegas has lots of Latino businesses, many of them having been established for many years, but maybe only those who are close to the event organizers and can be manipulated by them were honored with the opportunity to sit at the table with the duly elected president of the United States.
The Las Vegas Tribune was unsuccessful in trying to reach the spotlight-seeking organizer of the event who was handpicked by a very influential Latina woman from Florida who works for the White House, who holds the title of Deputy Political Director and National Field Director for Hispanics Initiatives, by the name of Jennifer Sevilla Korn.
Director Jennifer Sevilla Korn, a Bush family sympathizer and friend is now loyal to President Donald Trump since the Bush name became a tool to the Obama Crime Family and little Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor who lost the presidential beat in 2015, opening the door for the Trump victory.
Jennifer Sevilla Korn served as Hispanic vote director on the 2004 reelection campaign; she also worked in the Bush White House as Director of Hispanics and Women’s Affairs. In the 2012 election, Sevilla-Korn worked as Executive Director of Hispanic Leadership Network.
Many Latinos in business may not be open to expose themselves to be supporters of the president afraid of retaliations by the “peaceful protesters” socialist groups, but they could have been invited regardless. During the last election in 2015, the same modus operandi took place among the Latinos when a select group of twelve were invited to a similar event, leaving many well-known non-Mexican longtime residents of Las Vegas out of the event.
There are jewelers, restaurateurs, barbers, and attorneys who are not Mexicans, but are Latinos that were not invited to such a prestigious event of meeting with the president.
Mexicans may accept the terminology of “non-Whites” or “brown” but many Hispanics that are considered Whites in their country of origin take an issue with that depiction.
We learned but did not confirm that the Nevada Republican Party was not a participant in organizing the “Latinos Round Table” event and were told this by someone close to the N.R.P. who is aware of the different ethnicity among the different Latino countries.