Garcia's statements in this video clearly outline the open-border agenda. Towards the end, Garcia talks about trashing American values in order to tell the "truth," calling American values trash.
Unfortunately, this "truth," or resentful attitude, used to be taught to students through ethnic studies programs in Arizona public schools.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed a bill in Spring 2010 banning all classes that promote the overthrow of the U.S. government, resentment toward a race or class of people and ethnic solidarity. In addition, classes designed for one specific ethnic group rather than including all groups have been banned in Arizona public schools.
"It's just like the old South, and it's long past time that we prohibited it," State Superintendent Tom Horne said at the time. Horne is now the Arizona Attorney General-elect.
The ethnic studies program in the Tucson Unified School District came under scrutiny and was ended after the program advocated for Hispanic students to revolt against the U.S. government in order to reclaim what open-border advocates like Garcia believe belongs to Mexico, otherwise known as the reconquista or reconquering of America.
"All of the young people who have lived a life, living the injustice, living the injustice and that's why they don't want you to graduate. They don't want you to be citizens. They don't want you to be a lawyer, whatever it is you want to be. Why? Why are they changing the DREAM Act? And we are all pushing for the DREAM Act but did you see that they changed it now. Instead of waiting five years now you have to wait 10 years. What does that mean? They don't want the dreamers to vote. Why don't they want the dreamers to vote? It is because the dreamers and all of you have an entirely different perspective from what those people in power want."
"We cannot stop. And you know we cannot stop. You will all know what to do when the time comes because we are in constant dialogue, we are in constant struggle and we will know how much they're going to push. We will know then what we’ll have to do. Are we going to just sit and take it? Are we going to say okay they didn't pass the DREAM Act on Wednesday and we're just going to crawl back? No we're not, no we're not. We really are at a crossroads. We're at a crossroads in the history of this country and about whether we're ever going to look at the wrongs that we've done. Look at ourselves in the mirror and look at the warts and disease that we have so we can attack them. We have to fight this notion that you look in a mirror and somehow you say 'Oh we’re the best country in the entire history of the world.' That we have to go back to our American values. Which values? Genocide of the indigenous? Or the Civil Rights Act? Denial of women's right to vote? Affirmative action? Slavery? Which American values are we talking about? We have to get those American values and trash the ones we don't want. That's what we have to do, we have to demolish this."