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McCain Aide Is Dual Citizen of Mexico

McCain Hispanic outreach director served in cabinet of ex-President Vicente Fox


By the Staff of American Free Press

John McCain’s Hispanic outreach director, Juan Hernandez, has become an issue in the Republican presidential campaign because he has served in the Mexican government, The Washington Times reports.

The week of the Florida campaign, McCain was asked about the situation but managed to “tap dance” his way out of answering directly.

After Mexican President Vicente Fox was elected in 2000, he named the U.S.-born dual citizen Hernandez, a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas in Richardson, to head the newly created, cabinet-level Presidential Office for Mexicans Abroad. This, in

effect, made him Fox’s and Mexico’s American outreach director.

The influential American began doing public relations work among the Mexicans living in Texas and elsewhere in the U.S. But the situation borders on explosive when the same man, a fellow supporter of amnesty and mass immigration, assumes an equivalent position in McCain’s campaign.

And why does McCain need a Hispanic outreach director, unless it is to lure the Hispanic vote? The association alone trumpets again McCain’s favorable tilt toward the NWO’s North American Union and the Super Highway from Mexico to Canada through the heart of America.

Why haven’t you seen this in your mainstream press? Because McCain is currently the “anointed” Republican, a sense reinforced with the late January endorsement by The New York Times. He will continue to be as protected as President Bush has been.

Nothing controversial affecting their own will be introduced to the public by the media, and anything uncovered by other candidates, the Internet or AFP, will be either ignored or disparaged.

(Issue #6, February 11, 2008)

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