Wow, what a professional piece of propaganda! I’m particularly impressed with the term “Latino immigrant” to blur the line between Mexican immigrants, who are historically linked with New Mexico, and the rest of the immigrants from farther south of the border who have no legitimate connection.
I also have to give kudos to the attempt to link hispanic New Mexicans of historic connection to the state by referring to them every time as “Nuevo Mexicanos”, obviously meant to pull at their self-identification and attempt to tie that to the newcomers. The same newcomers who may or may not be historically connected to them, and may or may not be here legally.
But the coup de grace is referring to America merely as colonizers who have inflicted a common language upon all the residents of America. The European, Asian, African, etc immigrants to this country learn to speak the language of commerce for survival and for their own progress.
If speaking the common language and observing the common cultural norms are such a burden, the door is always open to returning to wherever you may have come from.
Oh, and by the way: local and state authorities do not have the authority to enforce federal immigration laws. That falls to the feds, who will not be restrained by state laws while they enforce federal laws. They can ask questions to anyone they want to ask concerning a person’s right to be in this country.