Immigration Hardliners Tweet Support For 'Mexican Weather Girls' (UPDATED)

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One immigration hardliner has found a group of people he’s not opposed to allowing into the country: beautiful Mexican weather reporters.

Robert Stacy McCain, a conservative writer for the American Spectator, tweeted out a message Friday saying: “Under my immigration reform plan, Mexican TV weather girls are eligible for green cards,” with a link to a blog post showing a series of photos of sexy Latinas doing weather reports. The post, published by The Reaganite Republican, is entitled "Mexican TV Weather-Girls: Today's Forecast? HAWT!"


Robert Stacy McCain
Under my immigration reform plan, Mexican TV weather girls are eligible for green cards via

The message was retweeted by Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies, one of the leading voices advocating for stricter immigration laws and opposing a pathway to citizenship for the country’s 11.1 million undocumented immigrants.

HuffPost Latino Voices reached out to McCain and Krikorian on Twitter to ask why they would post and retweet a message that many Latinos would find offensive. McCain responded with the following tweet:


Robert Stacy McCain
Ever heard of Don Rickles? I mean, at some point, offending people is a feature, not a bug.

Krikorian did not immediately respond.

Another person who retweeted the message described himself as a “conservative with a sense of humor” and used the Texan flag as his avatar.

Spanish-language television weather broadcasts often feature beautiful, sometimes scantily clad young women.

UPDATED: This post was updated at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 to add response from Robert Stacy McCain.

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