Skip to comments.L.A. FOX 11 Tony Valdez - "You killed people to take this country for yourselves" (Audio #289)
Posted on 05/01/2006 6:26:27 PM PDT by doug from upland
Local Fox News in Los Angeles, Channel 11, had an incredible exchange in a segment with John and Ken. J & K were chastizing the press for not showing the other side about all the costs of illegal aliens.
There was a difference of opinion between FOX personnel and John and Ken about the effect of the boycott.
And then there was an amazing statement, actually a monologue for news reporter Tony Valdez. Rather than posing a question to John and Ken, he launched into the whole Reconquista argument, talking about Manifest Destiny and U.S. invasion of Mexico in 1846. He talked about how this country took this part of the world by force and how they do that in Iraq and Iran.
And then this news reporter, news reporter mind you, said, "You took this country. You killed people to take this country for yourselves."
Fox 11 needs to hear from us.
I found it interesting that the news stations sent Latino-looking people to these marches.
Anybody more "white-looking" and asking questions might've gotten mugged.
That's right, and we'll kill again to keep it...Tony.
I just heard that reconquista spew replayed on John and Ken. Amazing. I didn't realize it was a reporter at first, I thought it was one of the Communists or anarchists from the boycott rally, until J&K mentioned Tony Valdez by name. Too bad it wasn't video, we could have seen Tony pumping his fist in the air as he was defecating on the US.
Hey Tony, we won, you lost. End of story.
Just a glimpse of things to come.
Fox 11 will hear from me, and I thought that Sam Houston drove out the Mexican Banditos and murderers that had been killing Texican women and children. What was that Bandito's name,... oh yeah, Santa Ana.
LOL!! Anyone TAPE this?
I know Rush and the rest would LOVE to hear it.
If we could go back in time and just let the Mexicans have what they now call Aztlan, it would be no better off than the rest of Mexico and we would still have millions of illegals coming accross our southern Nebraska border.
sounds fair to me!!!
His pictures makes him look like an evil bast*rd. This is his official bio:
Veteran broadcast journalist Tony Valdez is a general assignment reporter specializing in reporting breaking news, crime and minority affairs for KTTV FOX 11s top-rated FOX 11 10 O'clock News. Valdez joined the station in June 1980, and served as weekend news anchor from November 1991 to January 1993.
Valdez profiles criminal suspects and missing persons in L.A.s Most Wanted, a weekly news segment that has become Los Angeles longest running and most successful law enforcement segment. L.A.s Most Wanted has resulted in the arrest and surrender of more than 100 suspects since January 1992.
Since 1988, Valdez has hosted Midday Sunday, an Emmy-winning weekly public affairs forum that examines local and national issues along with current headline news and news makers. In 1992, Midday Sunday was lauded with a Los Angeles area Emmy Award as best Public Affairs Series (Studio-based).
Valdez is the recipient of numerous Emmy, Golden Mike and Los Angeles Press Club awards, including a 1990 local Emmy in the category of Best News Reporting for his examination of Los Angeles street gangs. He has been cited by several community and government organizations, including the Criminal Justice Panel of the Los Angeles City Attorneys Office for community service in 1995, the Los Angeles City Council for community contributions in 1994 and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, which lauded his support of the Earthquake Preparedness Program with a public service commendation in February 1991.
Prior to joining Fox 11, Valdez was a writer, producer and reporter at KTLA from 1975-1980. Before working at KTLA, he worked at KCET and several Los Angeles radio stations as a reporter. He also worked for La Opinion and The Herald Examiner.
Valdez career as a Los Angeles-based journalist has included coverage of the war in Southeast Asia and the political turmoil in Central America.
A native of Los Angeles, Valdez attended Los Angeles City College and California State Northridge.
He is also a veteran of the United States Army.
This Valdez guy is a reporter?
"Mexican officials and Nicholas Trist, President Polk's representative, began discussions for a peace treaty that August. On February 2, 1848 the Treaty was signed in Guadalupe Hidalgo, a city north of the capital where the Mexican government had fled as U.S. troops advanced. Its provisions called for Mexico to cede 55% of its territory (present-day Arizona, California, New Mexico, and parts of Colorado, Nevada and Utah) in exchange for fifteen million dollars in compensation for war-related damage to Mexican property.
Other provisions stipulated the Texas border at the Rio Grande (Article V), protection for the property and civil rights of Mexican nationals living within the new border (Articles VIII and IX), U.S. promise to police its side of the border (Article XI), and compulsory arbitration of future disputes between the two countries (Article XXI). When the U.S. Senate ratified the treaty in March, it deleted Article X guaranteeing the protection of Mexican land grants. Following the Senate's ratification of the treaty, U.S. troops left Mexico City."
Then how does he feel about the Salvadorian, Chinese and Honduran illegals?
Sounds like he has not dual loyalties, but loyalty to Mexico.
Hey Tony, we won, you lost. End of story.
Was there a more brutal bunch than the Spanish?
To the victor go the spoils.
just emailed the station.
If they want to re-open the treaty issue, I say we ask for Baja & give them Puerto Rico.
Nobody is that old to have done any of that. However, the speaker is no doubt aware that his ancestors on his native side also killed people to take the country for themselves. And ate them and wore their skins.
This Valdez jerk needs to be fired. He's clearly lost any claim to objectivity, if he ever had any.
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