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This Latino Loves Donald Trump So Much, He Wrote a Salsa Song about Him

Meet Ruben Obed Martinez.

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He’s a Puerto Rican musician and a staunch Donald Trump supporter.

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Yes, there are Latinos out there who support Donald Trump.

Martinez is convinced that Trump is the right candidate for the job.

And he is SO PASSIONATE about it, he created a salsa track titled “The Trump Latino Anthem.”

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WATCH: This Rage Against the Machine Video from 1999 that Predicted Donald Trump in 2015

Here are some of the lyrics, in case you want to sing along:

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Trump, trump, trump this Latino is gonna vote for Trump
Trump, trump, trump this Latino is gonna vote for Trump
Trump, trump, trump this Latino is gonna vote for Trump
For Trump

Let’s get it straight, who am I gonna vote for?
I’ll vote for the man who tells me the truth
The one we have prayed and hoped for.
Let’s get it straight, who am I gonna follow then?
The answer is simple, his name is Donald
Who is gonna make us great again
And I as a Latino want my people to understand
Let’s put an end to political correctness and make you comprehend

Trump, trump, trump this Latino is gonna vote for Trump
Who you gonna vote for?
Trump, trump, trump this Latino is gonna vote for Trump
Vote for Trump
Trump, trump, trump this Latino is gonna vote for Trump
Eyy yeahhh

Hillary, where did the emails go?
I guess she don’t know
No no no, say no to common core (better believe it)
Mr. Bush, it’s not an act of love
You just can’t let a stranger walk into your home without asking him what he’s coming for
Mr. Trump, you’ve gotta build the wall
You gotta make it big, you gotta make it tall

After dropping the video, Martinez took time to thank his supporters…

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And, of course, the haters.

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Proof Latino Parents Deprived Us of a Normal Childhood

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Proof Latino Parents Deprived Us of a Normal Childhood

In the words of Mia Colucci “qué dificil es ser yo” because when you’re Latino your parents are strict beyond belief and there was so much we missed out on in our childhood…

It began with their ridiculous curfew: 10pm.

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Dad would start calling… “¡ya casi son las 10!”

It’s barely 8:45! ?

Social outings were limited.

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Ya saliste ayer ¿qué tienes que hacer en la calle todos los días?

Sleepovers were a no, no.

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Because they didn’t trust our friends and didn’t know their parents.

We were deprived of the all-American camp experience.

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Because to them it was a giant sleepover… and would probably end with an orgy.

We definitely couldn’t go clubbing.

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Their reason: you don’t know what kind of people are there, what they’re doing, what drugs they’re on, what they drink, on and on and on…

Forget about dating.

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Because we’d end up pregnant… and die!

We couldn’t be trendy which meant no piercings and no hair dye.

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We were basic because to our parents, these things eran cosas del diablo… even though mom had her eyeliner tattooed ?.

We weren’t even allowed to have a phone.

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We had to use the house phone and even then, they screened our calls.

Passionate telenovela scenes were banned.

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Because to them it was basically like watching porn.

We weren’t even allowed to use public transportation!

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Parents were always afraid of creepers and robachicos taking us away for good.

Shopping had to be done using the buddy system…with mom.

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She had to approve of every thing we wanted buy.

Basically, we couldn’t have friends. ?

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Dad: You don’t need friends. You have family.


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