Latinos for Trump cofounder Marco Gutierrez issued the strange prophecy during a discussion of Trumps proposal to deport millions. He began by quoting Star Trek, saying the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.
Then, for good measure, he added, and different times, different problems.
When asked to clarify, Gutierrez went from Trek to trucks, specifically taco trucks.
My culture is a very dominant culture, he warned. And its imposing, and its causing problems. If you dont do something about it, youre gonna have taco trucks every corner.
Naturally, folks on Twitter had some thoughts on the emergence of taco trucks as a campaign issue, causing #TacoTrucksOnEveryCorner to trend:
I wondered what the taco truck thing was about. My second thought was "and are we for them or against them?"
I love tacos. Glad we're in favor!
That's what a hispanic trump supporter said.
Last night, on with Joy Reid, said that if Trump isn't elected "there will be a taco truck on every corner".
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Taco trucks are fucking awesome! The food is scrumpdillyicious!
Pork or fish tacos are the best! And yes! Soft tortillas!
Would you believe there are some demented people who try to make enchilladas with flour tortillas? Imagine the gooey mess that results...
Actually, there are some large grocery stores in parts of this great country that carry stacks of flour tortillas, but no corn ones, other than the boxed folded and fried hard shells. I pity the poor people who live there... (I discovered this when I was doing my rotation taking care of my mother and wanted to make quesadillas for lunch - nary a decent tortilla to be found.)