María Elena Salinas: Latinos in the U.S. have been afraid for a long time
Hispanic Americans say they are fearful and anxious in the wake of the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, where a gunman opened fire inside a Walmart and killed 22 people last Saturday. A racist manifesto posted online before the shooting claimed, "This attack is a response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas." Since the attack, President Trump has come under scrutiny for his use of the word "invasion" to describe migrants. Critics have linked his language to the manifesto.
Maria Elena Salinas is an award-winning journalist, anchor, and author, who recently joined CBS News as a contributor. She told "CBS This Morning" that the feeling in the Hispanic American community is one of "fear, disbelief and anger." But that fear, she said, has been there for a long time and it's not just in El Paso. . . .