Remarks from Orange County California, a few miles from Santa Ana, which has one of the highet percentages of population that self-identify "hispanic."
There is plenty to observe, criticize, understand and misunderstand on BOTH sides of this issue.
The left/hispanic activists make false claims about segregated schools. I have photos of my Mother in elementary school in LA County, the 1930s with 1/3 of the students obviously being hispanic.
(They may have been segregated somewhere else, but NOT in the greater Lost Angeles/Orange County metro area)
On the other side, some bad actors on the political "right" have made nasty remarks about hispanics, and the hispanics HAVE matched the remarks with the political identity.
My cousin-in-law, hispanic family dating to early 1800s in Calif., very conservative, reminds me how it frustrates him when GOPer sounds off in racist ways.
Like it or not, it is not just what is said, but how it is said.