Democrats don’t know how to handle the fact that they are bleeding Latino voters and many are switching from Democrat to Republican.
One couple told a reporter that they switched from Democrat to Republican because they are for “God, country, family, and hard work.”
Also, Biden’s border policy is turning traditionally blue Texas border towns red.
“The fact of the matter is that we — you know, we don’t feel safe anymore [because of the lack of border security],” another said.
Texas Latinos tell MSNBC they’ve switched from Democrat to Republican:
“We’re for God, country, family, and hard work”
“The fact of the matter is that we — you know, we don’t feel safe anymore [because of the lack of border security].” pic.twitter.com/Zg2i4BgTBX
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 3, 2022
A new Telemundo/NBC News poll found that Republicans continue to cut into Latino support, especially in areas where it counts, like Texas and Florida.
From NBC News:
Less than six weeks before November’s midterm elections, Democrats lead Republicans by more than 20 points among Latino voters, but that Democratic advantage has declined from previous election cycles, according to a new national NBC News/Telemundo poll of the Latino electorate.
The poll also finds Latino voters are essentially divided on President Joe Biden, with 51% approving of his job performance and 45% disapproving.
If things continue to progress by 2024, Republicans should overtake Democrat support from hispanic communities.
Communities at the border are tired of the violence.
*Warning Graphic Images*
BP Agents save a migrant’s life after crossing into the Del Rio sector w 7 stab wounds including a cut to his throat that he told agents he suffered on the Mexican side @FoxNews pic.twitter.com/wypq39zerw
— Griff Jenkins (@GriffJenkins) October 4, 2022
This is the America Joe Biden, and the Democrats help create it.
Chelsi, a single mom of three, says #Bidenflation has forced her family to ration food to get by.
“It shouldn’t be like this.” pic.twitter.com/HvzJ1gEQGS
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 3, 2022