Now, if I were going to start up an association of California lawyers of, say, German ancestry, I probably wouldn't call it "the Nazi Lawyers of California." I also probably wouldn't have a link to the Nazi party on the organization's web page. La Raza Lawyers of California of course does, oddly enough, have a name similar to the Hispanic supremacist group, the National Council of La Raza, and, even more oddly, has a link to the latter on its web page [link]. So... Well, the defense that the two groups have nothing to do with each other is a bit of a stretch, no? I'll let you decide if all of that is just a remarkable coincidence.
Curiel is, of course, the judge who Trump thinks might be biased against him, what with Curiel's belonging to La Raza Lawyers of California. And, you know, that just might be the case. Because, you see, groups like Hispanics and Blacks are encouraged to belong to organizations that advocate for their interests against those of other Americans, and that is certainly the case with things with names like "La Raza,"
First off, here, we have Kevin MacDonald explaining the lopsidedness of the coverage of this controversy, with Judge Curiel's La Raza affiliation deemed pure and innocent, from