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Hispanic Group Defends Video Using Kids to Slam Trump With Profanity

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By    |   Thursday, 05 Nov 2015 10:31 PM

A Democratic Hispanic political action committee that is protesting Donald Trump's "Saturday Night Live" appearance Thursday defended a video featuring young Latino children slamming the Republican presidential candidate in profane tirades for his views on illegal immigrants.

The video is entitled "Trashing Trump: Latino Kids Pound Racism Like a Pinata." It was released Tuesday by Deportracism.com, which seeks to fight anti-Latino and anti-immigrant rhetoric, Fox News Latino reports.

The video can be seen here. Warning: Obscene language.

The footage, which lasts nearly two minutes, has received strong backlash on YouTube from some viewers who consider it inappropriate, obscene — if not offensive, according to the report.

The children bash Trump for comments referring to illegals as "anchor babies," "murderers," "rapists," and "drug dealers."

"Hola, Donald Trump," a young boy says at the start of the video. He soon says, "Republicans use offensive words" before the video cuts to a young girl who says, "Now here's a few of our own."

The video then goes back to the boy — now holding up his middle finger, declaring, "f--- you, racist f---."

"We're Latino kids born in the USA," the girl later says, with the boy adding, declares, "And we've got something to say."

The profanity continues throughout the video before older Hispanics — who appear to be in their early 20s — urge viewers to support their cause.

"Trump is full of nothing, just racist b-------," one woman declares.

Luke Montgomery, who directed the video, defended it as "a good cause" to Fox News Latino on Thursday.

"The adorable and articulate kids in the DeportRacism.com video are using bad words for a good cause," he said. "What's more offensive: A four-letter word, or a Republican presidential frontrunner who is calling Mexican immigrants 'rapists' and 'drug dealers' and referring to American-born U.S. citizen kids as 'anchor babies' and talking of changing the constitution to strip them of their legal rights as Americans?"

Montgomery said he did not believe the message of the video was being lost in its presentation.

"It's the reason so many media outlets are talking about it — and the message from the Latino kids about Trump's racism is being heard in a great way," he said.

Deportracism.com is offering $5,000 to anyone who disrupts this week's "Saturday Night Live" telecast by yelling "Trump is a racist" or "Deport racism," Fox News Latino reports.

Forty of the nation's largest Hispanic organizations have demanded that NBCUniversal and "SNL" disinvite Trump from hosting the show on Saturday.

More than 100 protesters demonstrated on Wednesday night outside NBCUniversal headquarters in New York City.

Neither NBC nor "SNL" personnel have not met with any of the groups — and have not responded to requests for comment from Fox News Latino.

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A Democratic Hispanic political action committee that is protesting Donald Trump's "Saturday Night Live" appearance Thursday defended a video featuring young Latino children slamming the Republican presidential candidate in profane tirades for his views on illegal immigrants.
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