Latino children send profane message to Trump in now-viral video

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NEW YORK (PIX11) – It’s the curse-filled message a group of Latino children have for Republican Presidential hopeful Donald Trump.

The viral video titled “Trashing Trump: Latino Kids Pound Racism Like A Piñata” was produced by Deport Racism, a political action committee that aims to fight anti-Latino racism and anti-immigration.

Their campaign is solely directed at the Donald.

“You have attacked people for speaking ‘Mexican,’” a young boy screams in the YouTube video. “Um it’s Spanish idiota!” responds another.

The Deport Racism campaign is spearheaded Luke Montgomery who says that the offensive language used by the children is obviously there for shock value but also it’s how they’re choosing to fight fire with fire.

“When you have the Republican front-runner basically declaring war on Mexico saying that we will build a wall and make Mexico pay for it,” he told PIX11. “That we’re going to forcibly deport 11 million people – that’s a declaration of war against people. That is what is offensive.”

Critics were quick to slam the online video, accusing the organization of exploiting the young children.

“You know who’s exploiting children?” Montgomery responded. “The people who use the words ‘anchor babies.’”

“[Those] who are going after and racistly attacking children who are American citizens. [Those] who hate these kids so much because they’re brown that they want to change the U.S. Constitution.”

In addition to the eyebrow-raising video, the campaign has also joined forces with those protesting against Trump’s upcoming appearance on Saturday Night Live.

They’re offering $5,000 to anyone who manages to disrupt the live broadcast by loudly declaring that “Trump a racist.”

“We’re talking about something that will be major international news,” Montgomery said. “We need to get this message out there and we’re willing to put our money where our mouth is.”

NBC has not responded to any of the controversy ahead of this weekend’s SNL taping.

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