Key Voting Block Tells Racist Democrats To Get Lost

The moment liberals lose their ability to pander to minority racial groups is the exact moment Democrats fail to exist as a political party.

Democrats remain in power because they have the ability to convince minority voters and do-gooder white liberals that Republicans are evil white supremacists who are seeking to destroy civil rights and equal opportunity under the law.

An obvious farce, more Americans have clearly begun to recognize the cynical moves Democrats are attempting to make just to secure votes from racial minorities.

As a matter of fact it’s the American First, Trump-backed Republicans who are fighting for economic freedom for racial minorities, not merely pandering and promising federal handouts in exchange for votes.

Republicans are seeking to make long lasting and beneficial economic changes to the lives of all Americans, including minorities. By cutting red tape, lowering taxes, and creating booming industry, Trump successfully created a solution to the poverty issue found predominantly in the African American and Latin communities throughout the country.

Meanwhile, all Democrats are capable of is changing their accent in front of black and Hispanic audiences while promising free government money, which helps absolutely no one.

And now it appears Democrats are losing ground when it comes to Hispanic support, a pivotal voting bloc in the 2022 midterms.

Biden’s vaccine mandates are “a huge concern” among Hispanics, who worry about their job security. The group broadly also supports secure borders.

Biden has appointed several Hispanic cabinet members: Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra, and Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, yet the Latin American vote is still largely not on his side.

In a White House-organized call with reporters, Becerra and Rep. Raul Ruiz, the chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, called the Build Back Better legislation “historic” and said it was a “tremendous investment” in American families.

Then why aren’t Latino voters supporting it?

Could it be this is the party who panders to them, referring to their ethnicity as “Latinx” in an effort to appear more woke?

Hispanic voters account for about 1 in 8 eligible voters and are one of the fastest-growing groups in the electorate. Republicans have made gains among Hispanic voters, who are now evenly split between the two parties, according to the most recent polling.

The poll asked which party Hispanics would back if the election were held today, and 37% said the Republican congressional candidate, 37% the Democrat, while 22% were undecided.

Hispanic voters viewed Republicans in Congress as being superior on some economic issues like inflation and reducing the federal deficit, as well as being better able to secure the border.

Guess it’s time for Democrats to import an entirely new voting bloc which will provide them with the support left behind by American First Latino voters!

Author: Elizabeth Tierney