Wow. Born in Yuma, but raised in Mexico. Sounds like an anchor baby whose parents got deported. But, since she's an anchor baby, she's qualified to run for President - according to that District Court Judge in Georgia.
Well, we allowed “ebonics” to be taught as a 2nd language. It was only a matter of time before we were face with this.
Liberalism! God help, save and defend the Republic because we know the gubmint and courts will not.
You can walk from Yuma to Algodones Mexico in 35 minutes.
There is seldom a guard at the Mexican side of the border, but coming back is like going through the morning lineup in THX1138.
On the Mexican side of the line, the VAST majority of the vendors are quite eloquent and vocal IN ENGLISH with their sales spiel(s).
If this person wants to be a counsellor in her town, she should TRY to be at least as fluent in English as her compatriots across the border!