“My culture is a very dominant culture. It’s imposing and it’s causing problems. If you don’t do something about it, you’re going to have taco trucks on every corner.” — Marco Gutierrez, Latinos for Trump.
Phillip Bump of the Washington Post ran the numbers for one taco truck at each intersection in the USA. 3.2 million taco trucks x 3 employees per truck = 9.6 million new taco truck jobs, and a need for more mechanics, gas station workers and mechanics, agricultural, food supplier and warehouse workers, and food truck management services. An estimate puts the total employment figure at 63 million new jobs. “We’d likely need to increase immigration levels just to meet the demand.”
“And the tacos are made in America”, observes Steve Lopez of the LA Times, “unlike some of the clothing sold under Trump’s name.”
In Denver, Democrats have parked a taco truck outside a Trump campaign office. The truck serves tacos, burritos, and voter registration forms.
“The national economic implications of a taco truck on every corner,” Phillip Bump, Washington Post
“So what exactly could be wrong with having taco trucks on every corner?” Steve Lopez, Los Angeles Times
“Democrats Troll Donald Trump With a Taco Truck in Colorado,” Sam Frizell, TIME
“Taco Truck Owner Racks Up Sales At Trump Event In Detroit,” Bill Chappell, NPR
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