Report: Democrats Are In For A Rude Awakening, Hispanic Voters ‘Don’t Buy Into That At All’
Republicans recently flipped a border town in south Texas, it would be easy to dismiss the mayoral race of a small city but, that would be a mistake. Below is a break down of the areas voting record, note the shift:
McAllen, Texas (Hidalgo County):
2008: Obama +39
2012: Obama +42
2016: Hillary +41
2020: Biden +17
2021 mayor: GOP +3
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The shift is further evidence of the numbers of hispanics that gave their support to President Trump and that shift continues.
Dr. Julio Gonzalez, a former Republican member of Florida’s House Of Representatives, and orthopedic surgeon explained what’s going on. Gonzalez states that the hispanic community does like some social safety net programs which may be why they were more inclined to vote Democrat however, they despise socialism.
“Those things that people on the right in the United States may find concerning, [Hispanics] may be a lot more comfortable with, and that’s probably why, in my view, Democratic policies have resonated in the past,” Gonzalez said. “What has changed is that the discussions that are being had from the left have shifted so much more… left.”
Gonzalez sentiments coincides with the same data we saw last fall, the Hispanic community didn’t care for Trump’s immigration policy but they looked past it because they had great jobs and it increased their families quality of life. The Democrat party continues to swing hard left, embracing socialism, a lot of hispanics in the country fled socialism themselves, or their parents fled socialism; they want nothing to do it.
Even the radical New York Times pointed out that the Democrats rhetoric drove hispanics away and they embraced Trump’s anti-tax, anti-regulation economic polices.
From the Daily Caller:
In 2020, Trump won 36% of Latino men and 30% of Latino women, up from 32% and 25% in 2016, exit polls show. But in Arizona, Texas and Florida, Trump’s vote share among Latinos increased by 6%, 7% and 11%, respectively.
In metro Miami, home to the largest Cuban population in the U.S., Trump increased his overall vote share by 7%, leading to a victory in the state that was nearly four points larger in 2020 than in 2016. In Texas’ Rio Grande Valley, voters in some areas shifted more Republican than anywhere else in the country.
By the way, this blows up the rhino Bush-Rove immigration policy that said Republicans need to give hispanics amnesty first so they vote Republican instead of Democrat. What Trump showed is that when you makes peoples quality of life better they vote for you (imagine that).
“I think [Hispanics] generally are very religious, I think they’re very family-centric,” Gonzalez said. “I think that they believe that transgender folks competing in women’s sports is nonsensical, for example. I think these things are taking a stronger hold of the Democrat agenda, and I think that’s turning them off.”
“I would like to see the DCCC change overnight, literally, to make sure that we have culturally competent, diverse staff, diverse vendors, diverse campaign consultants, diverse candidates all across the board,” Cárdenas said.
In other words, trick them into voting Democrat and ignoring what the national party stands for.
Gonzalez pointed out that Conservatives need to do what Trump did and talk with hispanics.
“Conservatives do need to really go out and talk to [Hispanics], not about immigration or the radical left,” he said. “What we need, as Hispanics, is an explanation as to why America works, and why the worst thing that we can do is follow in the direction of a more socialistic government.