“Hold on a second. I am not finished. I’m not going to be talked over tonight,” he continued. “I’m not. You have people who are terrified, and you have to take some responsibility for it. I am not spreading the terror. I am trying to damp it down.
“You have people, Latino families, who say, ‘This guy has said that he’s going to deport millions of people.’ They don’t know, should they sell their homes? They are terrified. That is a real fear. You have Muslims who have heard him say nothing good about the Muslim community the entire campaign. That is a real fear.”
Jones gave a similarly powerful message early Wednesday morning, soon after it became apparent that Trump would win, reminding viewers that much is at stake with a Trump presidency.
“It’s hard to be a parent tonight for a lot of us. You tell your kids, ‘Don’t be a bully.’ You tell your kids, ‘Don’t be a bigot.’ You tell your kids, ‘Do your homework and be prepared.’