• June 17, 2024

Something Happening Down In Texas PROVES Democrats Are SCREWED!

President Donald Trump has gained the support of the majority of Hispanics in South Texas because of his ‘tough on crime’ policies. The Dems party’s decision to turn towards ‘Democratic’ Socialism was also one of the reasons.

It was in 2020 when Hispanics started to support the Republicans. One bright spot for Republicans in 2020 was their performance with Hispanic voters. Though 44 percent still voted for Democrats, the overall number now is split almost evenly demographic between Republicans and Democrats.

According to the new poll that was recently released, Democrats’ advantage among Hispanics has shrunk to only 7 percent, with 44 percent of Hispanics supporting Democrats and 37 percent supporting Republicans.

The said poll is huge advantage for the Republicans who have seen those gains materialize. This is not just a strong primary turnout for the Republicans, but also a huge favor for them as they have as many as eight Latinos running for Congress, including six women.

Politico Report also said:

“Republicans have long argued that Donald Trump’s gains in majority-Hispanic South Texas were not a one-time deal and, instead, the beginning of a larger trend.

The primary results on Tuesday night proved they’re right.

The GOP saw continued strong turnout in the state’s southernmost border counties in the latest display that Trump’s gains among Hispanic voters were no anomaly. But that was only part of the story. When the dust clears after the May 24 runoffs, as many as eight Latinos — including six women — could ultimately be Republican nominees for congressional seats across Texas. In the Rio Grande Valley alone, at least two Latinas will carry the GOP nod.

With the GOP continuing to pump money into South Texas and more Hispanic Republicans, particularly women, running for office, there are signs the traditional balance of power in the longtime Democratic stronghold is beginning to shift.

“We want to show Hispanics that this is what the Republican Party looks like. It looks just like them,” said Mayra Flores, who won the GOP nomination for her South Texas-based congressional seat.”

Sources: 100 Percent Fed Up, Politico, Good Word News, All Sides, Governing


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