- The Washington Times - Thursday, November 5, 2015

A Hispanic rights PAC is offering $5,000 to activists who disrupt Donald Trump during his appearance this weekend on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.”

Deport Racism will pay the “bounty” to anyone on the show’s set or in the studio audience who will disrupt the live TV broadcast with the words “deport racism” or “Trump is a racist,” the group said in a Wednesday press release.

“NBC’s refusal to drop Trump has put us in the position of dropping $5,000 of cold hard cash to anyone who will yell out ‘Trump is a racist’ during the live broadcast of ‘Saturday Night Live,’” Santiago Cejudo, an organizer with the group, said in a statement. “We’re hoping the $5,000 will help people on set or in the studio audience find the bravery to speak out loudly and help focus the national conversation on that we need to deport racism, not people. It’s 2016, and Trump needs to hear that you can’t win the White House without the brown vote.”

The PAC also released a video featuring children delivering a profanity-laced tirade against Mr. Trump.

“F– you, racist f–,” one little boy says in the video with his middle finger raised.

“Racist d–,” a little girl says.

“If you don’t like our Constitution and what it stands for, get the f– out of my country. There’s the door,” the children say.

The video’s director, Luke Montgomery, said in a statement: “Calling American-born children who are U.S. citizens ‘anchor babies’ and threatening to tear up the Constitution to strip these citizens of their rights is offensive language. Which is why the adorable and articulate Latino kids in the video fight back with some comedically offensive language of their own, F-bombing Trump’s racism. They are using bad words for a good cause.”

Deport Racism describes itself as a strategic democratic effort to “move, motivate and inspire younger voters to fight back against anti-Latino racism and xenophobia in the 2016 election.”

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