This week on The View, guest co-host Kelly Osbourne was attempting to defend the rights of undocumented immigrants living in the U.S before things took a terrible, terrible turn (notice the moment of desperation in her eyes in the video below).

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Donald Trump was brought up during the hot topics segment of the show, the backlash he’s been receiving after making racist and bigoted comments about undocumented immigrants from Mexico during the announcement of his presidential bid.

Responding to Trump’s comments about deporting all undocumented immigrants, Osbourne attempted to offer two bigoted cents of her own:

 “If you kick every Latino out of this country, then who is going to be cleaning your toilets, Donald Trump?”

Osbourne seems to be under the impression that all Latinos must clean toilets. So, for her convenience, we compiled a list of 10 Latinas who (surprise!) don’t clean toilets.

Rosie Perez-The first Latina co-host on The View 

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Ellen Ochoa-The first Latina woman in the world to go to space


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Rosario Dawson currently has 41 movies, 1 TV series, and 1 comic book series (via danimac


Flickr user Gage Skidmore via Creative Commons

Sonia Sotomayor- Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States


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Soledad O’Brian-One of the most recognized  broadcast journalists in the United States


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Eva Longoria- In 2006, she received the  ALMA Award for Person of the Year

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Claudia de la Cruz-At 23, Cruz founded Da Urban Butterflies, an award-winning organization for teenager girls of Dominican and Puerto Rican descent

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via YouTube

Jennifer Lopez- recognized as the most influential Hispanic performer in the U.S


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Adriana Ocampo is a planetary geologist and the Science Program Manager at NASA– she received the Woman of the Year Award in Science from the Comisión Femenil in Los Angeles in 1992.

Hilda Solis-the first Latina woman to serve in the State Senate


There’s many, many more, but we think you get the idea.