Did the Dems have a FOX in the hen house?

Vicente Fox, former President of Mexico from 2000 to 2006, plotted with Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to defeat Donald Trump in the 2016 U.S. President election.

A longtime friend of the now disgraced Clinton political machine, Fox called Trump supporters lazy, uneducated, TV watching drunks.

“We need to wake up that citizen. We need them to take them away from the TV and drinking beer, to working hard, to getting the skills, to getting knowledge, and they will come along, like everybody else.”

Promoting an anti-Trump agenda with Pelosi, Fox said: “What I’ve been saying here, I told her. Count with us, with all Mexicans, to support the Democratic Party because you’ve done much better with us than the Republican Party.”

“We will never convince any Mexican either in the (United) States or in Mexico or any Latin American in the States or Latin America to support this false prophet,” said Fox. On Cinco de Mayo in 2016, Fox mocked Trump for eating a taco bowl at Trump Tower Grill.

Posted by Larry Greenfield
Read more at: FOXinHENHOUSE

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