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Latinos Push Back On MSNBC For Claiming Their Votes For Trump Were A “Crisis”

by Graham Allen Team

Democrats are losing one of their long-held constituencies and the Republican Party will continue to benefit from the loss for years to come.

Even as Democrats play the race card endlessly; implement socialist economic policies; push Critical Race Theory in schools while pushing God and Christianity further out; spend the country into oblivion; embrace every aberrant human behavior possible; promote tyrannical mandates and rules; and make ridiculous anti-scientific claims like “there are more than two sexes” — the party is increasingly losing Hispanics.

Fox News has more:

Conservative Latinos pushed back at an MSNBC contributor’s claim that Latino voters are in a “crisis” because so many have distanced themselves from the Democratic Party and voted for President Donald Trump in 2020.

“What we’re seeing right now is a cultural identity crisis that we are undergoing as a community that is completely splitting and dividing Latinos,” MSNBC contributor Paola Ramos said earlier this week. 

Mercedes Schlapp asked a group of conservative Hispanic leaders to respond to Ramos’ charge during the panel, “Common Values, Common Interests & Common Culture: How Conservative Latinos Will Influence the Future of American Politics” at last weekend’s Conservative Political Action Conference.

No, absolutely not,” said Betty Cardenas, the Republican National Hispanic Chairwoman. “We are waking up. I think the Latinos are finally waking up.”

Maria Salinas Miller and Bianca Gracia of Latinos for America First also ripped the MSNBC contributor for her lame claim.

“Yes, it’s a crisis for the Democrats,” Miller told Fox News, turning around Ramos’ argument. “Because we’re coming for those votes.”

“There’s the misconception or the myth that just because we’re minorities that we’re supposed to vote Democrat, and we’re trying to tell them that’s not what we align ourselves with…We base our vote based off of our value system,” she continued. “Those tend to be most aligned with Republican candidates.”

Cardenas went on to urge Latinos to run for school boards and local political offices, or just get more politically involved on the local level, to push back against all of the bad stuff Democrats have embraced.

“The education our kids are not our values,” Cardenas explained. “The same education…is not what our children are getting now. Social studies has completely been discontinued. And now they put some programs that are completely against our values and it’s teaching our kids more on sexuality.”

“The Democrat Party is pushing a message of socialism and communism which do not resonate with our communities at all,” Gracia said in an interview with Fox News. “They have fled communism and socialism…and they don’t want it here in this country.”

“The Democrat Party has left us,” she added.

“Fox & Friends Weekend” co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy also verbally backhanded MSNBC’s Ramos.

“The Hispanic voter is getting more sophisticated and more nuanced,” Campos-Duffy said. “And they’re not responding to the, ‘they’re all racist,’ thing that the Democrats are trying to say.”

“Hispanic voters are looking and saying which party is going to protect my wages, protect my neighborhood, protect my family and my Christian values, my pro-life values,” she added.

Here is another factoid that proves where Hispanics are trending, politically: In 2016, Donald Trump won 28 percent of the Latino vote; the ‘racist, bigoted’ Trump got 38 percent last year.

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