Read The Ridiculous And Pathetic Attack On My Mexculinity From A Liberal Hispanic Website

So I was told that a liberal Hispanic website was going to attack me for being anonymous and claiming that I’m not really Mexican! LOL! This is clearly a sad ploy to try to get pageviews on their failing website. So don’t go there. Instead read it in its entirety here:

There used to be a time when a lot of the Rebeldes actually thought the anonymous Soopermexican was kind of cool. Hell, there was even a time when our group kind of respected the “SOOPer. MEXY. CONservative.” He/She was fun to engage on Twitter, even though we rarely agreed on issues, but when we did share similar views (Chimichanga-Gate, anyone?), it was actually kind of fun. You knew where you stood and we actually believed that Soop also thought that amplifying Latino ignorance was a noble thing to do.

Those fun times have changed and to be honest, we blocked Soop a while ago after we noticed that his/her views were getting more and more out there and that he/she basically spends a lot of time on Twitter just crapping and trolling on people. His/Her shtick was getting trite and the whole anonymous things was cowardly. You would think that such a self-proclaimed Internet celebrity would want to reveal his/her identity. Maybe add to your his/her credibility, but as we soon discovered, the Soop has become a caricature of his/her former brilliance, his/her role limited to being the symbolic “Mexican friend” so many so-called conservatives want to have around. Meh.


And now he/she is getting notoriety, having been published with his/her anonymous byline in outlets such as Fox News Latino and Independent Journal Review. Both outlets seem to have no problem allowing an anonymous person to write for them. You would think that those types of outlets would actually have the integrity to at least be transparent about his/her identity. We did reach out to FNL to see what they would say, but as of this post getting published, FNL hasn’t gotten back to us. (And before you go ahead and jump on us for writing a byline under Rebeldes, read more about us since we are pretty transparent in what we write and how we are formed, unlike Soop.)

Problem is, for several Latino conservatives, Soop is just a bully who hides behind a mask. Literally.

National outlets let him/her bask in his/her anonymity, while at the same time he/she just trolls like mad to “prove” to non-Latinos that some Latinos are just fake and can’t be trusted. As a result, such non-Latinos choose to believe in an anonymous faceless profile because hey, that anonymous profile is Mexican and he/she is wearing a Lucha Libre mask, so he/she must be real. They will defend him like giddy teenagers at a One Direction concert. And like he/she says on his/her Facebook page: “A place for the Gringo Army to rest, take a swig of tequila, have a taco, and relax before we go off to the next anti-liberal mission.” The Gringo Army eats it up, even though they have clue who he/she is.

And that is the issue here: if a profile stays anonymous and is not sharing his/her identity, we are just left to wonder if Soop is even Mexican to begin with. Sure, we have met plenty of hardcore extreme Mexicans, but unlike Soop, we know these people’s names. Soop just wants to hide. Like a coward. With no… well, you know what he/she might be lacking.

Instead, it is just too easy for Soop to keep reveling in bullying. The latest involves his/her attacks on Cafe con Leche Republicans, a group we actually respect even though some of their positions don’t mesh with ours. Nonetheless, CCLR is made up of good people who are smart and are actually to achieve the impossible: get more Latinos to think Republican. They really try to engage the debate with the right intentions. It seems Soop is just in it to stick it to CCLR just because he/she can. Gotta keep the RINO flame going, prove to your Gringo Army that other Latino voices are deceptive. Here are just a few examples:




When we reached out to CCLR, this is what they told us (CCLR is assuming Soop is a guy, but we have no proof of that yet):


Cafe Con Leche Republicans fully supports the ‘big tent’ principle of great conservative leaders like Ronald Reagan, Jack Kemp, and George Bush. There are plenty of Republicans on both sides of the immigration debate with principled positions who debate the issue respectfully.

However, civil discourse requires civility. We blocked Soopermexican from our twitter feed as a result of his vulgar and increasingly bizarre tweets. Soopermexican’s mannerism and his mask seem a better fit for a WWF wrestling match. We support Soopermexican’s right of free speech, but his shrill and vulgar attacks on anyone who supports immigration reform are inconsistent with Reagan’s big tent philosophy, and his vulgarity and cyberbully antics are an embarrassment to all conservatives.

Soopermexican represents a disturbing trend that sadly, has taken hold in the Republican party: the lack of civil political discourse. Bloggers, radio show hosts, and even many elected officials have seen personal benefit in polarizing and demeaning anyone who disagrees with them, and creating conflict to generate attention for themselves. This lack of civility isn’t just directed to Democrats or liberals; as we have seen first hand, fellow Republicans are unfairly being labeled RINOS, and in our case, subjected to profane treatment. It may generate more readers for their blog or support for their personal political ambitions in the short term, but in the long run, it undermines the party and alienates average Americans who would vote Republican but are repulsed by their behavior. The best thing Soopermexican can do for the conservative movement is to stop calling himself “conservative.” Cyberbullying and bigotry are not conservative values.

But that is Soop and in fact, of all the things we have read about him/her and how he/she operates, this is perhaps the best reply we have ever seen:

What that dude said.

We were surprised to see that Soop never did respond to @dubhe0ne’s challenge in Spanish. A real Mexican would have done that, not matter his/her politics.

I will post a full response on Fox News Latino tomorrow, but, I’d like to point out one of the more blatantly stupid hypocrisies of the piece – they excoriate me for supposedly being uncivil, and then post vulgar and degenerate insults against me, saying they’re the best replies they’ve ever seen! LOL…

Pinches pendejos!

  • Smokey Behr

    So, by calling a spade a spade (Illegal aliens/illegal immigrants/criminal aliens, etc.) and calling out CCLR (suspiciously close to NCLR), they’re branding you a coward and bully (how does that work again?). Sounds like they’re the ones stuck in the echo chamber.

  • Noah Pology

    So, I’m a little confused. I really don’t care what your race or ethnicity is, even if the whole SooperMexican thing is schtick and you’re really a Polish lesbian. Does that make me a racist?

  • Noah Pology

    I am a little curious if Fox required that you disclose your identity to them.

  • BigGator5

    Has this person not listen to your podcast? You are clearly a ‘he’ by all accounts and (while this is not proof of anything and don’t think of me as racist for saying this) you are clearly not faking your accent. But that honestly doesn’t matter. Sooper, what matters in my book, is that you are a real American conservative. And you three are the funniest trio since the “¡Three Amigos!” graced the silver screen.
    Hey, you guys should do a “¡Three Amigos!” intro to the podcast (if you haven’t already) some day!

  • Lol thanks gator, I really appreciate that. I’ll see if we can do a three amigos intro….

  • NRPax

    Only if she isn’t a hot lesbian.

  • BigGator5

    Cool Beans! Just to make sure we’re on the same page, their intro right before their salute: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0092086/quotes?item=qt0400527

  • MMinCC

    DEPORT all illegals. Period.

  • warnertoddhuston

    OK, so they had no problem when they liked you and interacted with you and they never questioned your ethnicity then. But now that you’re starting to reach more people with a conservative message, suddenly you aren’t Mexican because they don’t like you? Sounds like THEIR problem, not anything legitimate.

  • Gil Vietor

    Soon, they are going to ask for your blood line and full history, then it will go into that Trayvon™/Zimmerman universe thing of Jews settling that region of Mexico blah blah blah crazy.

    You can’t win, with these people, cause, you already won. You see, they know the tenants of your argument clang like a loud gong, you can’t argue that point, so what do you do? YOU CANNOT BE MEXICAN!

    Well, I am not mexican, does that mean I cannot comment on things regarding immigration? When the same people say I shouldn’t assume someone is an illegal based on they are mexican, but then tells me millions of mexicans are illegal.

    It just is a circular argument, that always comes back to… I AM RIGHT YOU ARE WRONG AND SHUT UP!

    They won’t ever own up to their lies, ever.

  • mikeh420

    Sounds like they’re calling you a Tio Tomas. Just like when blacks don’t toe the line and get called Uncle Tom.

    That means you struck a nerve. Keep up the good work! Muera La Raza!

  • mikeh420

    Sooper is not a Ghetto Mexican, that’s why they’re upset.

  • Txtraveler

    I love the “a REAL Mexican” would do this or that type comments…I personally think a “real” Mexican would be living in Mexico and dealing with Mexican political issues.

    On the other hand, a “US citizen” of Mexican birth or Latin heritage is free to enter this discourse in any manner (or language) they choose…

  • Sniffy Pop

    My Father was from Mexico and he came to the U.S. Legally. So can the rest.

    It is way past time to fire up the Deportation Convoys and send them all back. If they break one real big law, what type of example is this country setting by letting them reside in the U.S.

    Try crossing into Mexico illegally and see what happens.

  • You’ve gotten deep under their skin and they just. can’t. stand it. Pretty soon, you’ll be living in their heads rent-free, too, if you’re not already. Outstanding.

    Good job, SOOP! Keep it up!

  • rm1evo

    So they tried to call him out and failed then they’re trying their damnedest to discredit him and they still fail. Idiots.

  • submandave

    I tend to agree with Soop’s take based upon CCLR’s own words: they support immigration reform to make it easier for low-skilled laborers (esp. from Mexico) to legally obtain a green card, but adamantly put forward the idea that illegally crossing the border is just another misdemeanor civil violation that should not be punishable by imprisonment or deportation. Sounds to me like they advocate open borders, or at the least minimal enforcement. If they truly believe in their “Big Tent” ideal, then they should be willing to own up to their position and debate it in good faith. That’s all I see Soop trying to get them to do.

    But as for the “misdemeanor civil violation” bit, when anyone is caught committing a violation of civil law the first thing law enforcement does is stop the violation. In the case of a speeder, they are stopped. Issuing a ticket or fining the individual who entered illegally does not, however, stop that violation. If they truly wanted to find a parallel in civil law, perhaps they could look to trespassing, where the authorities cite the violator and then escort him or her off the premises. That, of course, would be contrary to their “no deportation” premise.

  • Eric D. Mertz

    No thanks, I try to avoid heavy metal toxicity applied at high velocity…

  • tamij

    Hey Soop…you want I should send them to the moon? I can be a fierce Viking when necessary! 😀

  • Lori

    “seem a better fit for a WWF wrestling match”

    Soop, you can tell them – A real Mexican would know the WWF has not been around for more than 10 years at least…lol

  • Lol!!

  • harkin

    The racism of the left is only outdone by their projection of the racism of the right.