Democrats are in disarray heading into November’s Midterm elections.
One group of voters has them sweating bullets.
And Laura Ingraham pointed out a major problem for Democrats that left them frantic.
Donald Trump’s Presidency was supposed to be the death knell of Republicans’ chances with Hispanic voters.
His tough border security policies and opposition to amnesty for illegals was supposed to cement Hispanics as reliable Democrat voters.
The Republican establishment claimed that the only way to win the Hispanic vote was to pander to them.
After Mitt Romney’s loss in the 2012 Presidential election, the over-hyped autopsy on the election said Republicans needed to pander Hispanics by supporting amnesty for illegals to win their support.
During the 2016 and 2020 Presidential election, Donald Trump once again turned conventional political wisdom on its head.
Trump saw massive gains with Hispanic voters across the country.
Now, under President Joe Biden, the Hispanic vote is up for grabs in November’s Midterm elections.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham revealed Democrats’ growing problem with Hispanic voters heading into the election on her show The Ingraham Angle.
“Although Biden won the Hispanic vote by 21 points, 59 to 38, that was down significantly from Hillary’s 38 point advantage,” Ingraham said. “Meanwhile, Trump surged broadly among Hispanics, gaining about ten points from 2016 to 2020.”
During the Biden Presidency, Democrats’ troubles with Hispanic voters grew.
Since he occupied the White House, his support among Hispanic voters has eroded according to polls leaving this key demographic in play for the Midterm elections.
“And all along, what Republicans needed was a GOP that would fight for the working people, be tough on crime and unnecessary and frankly stupid wars, and stand up for conservative values,” Ingraham explained.
By ignoring the GOP establishment’s advice on pandering to Hispanics, Trump topped Mitt Romney’s Hispanic support in the 2020 Presidential election.
“And if you didn’t know just how important Hispanic-Americans are in our life and our politics, well, just consider this,” Ingraham said. “In 2022, nearly 35 million Latinos will be eligible to vote, or 14% of the nation’s eligible voters.”
Hispanics are the fastest growing demographic of voters and their vote could decide key elections in battleground states this year.
“In recent elections in Arizona, they represent one in four of all voters. In Nevada, one in five in Florida – one in five. And here in Texas, three in ten. Although Hispanics still prefer the Democrat Party, let’s face it, by about a 2 to 1 margin, that margin has been slowly and steadily shrinking,” Ingraham concluded.
Hispanic voters moving into the GOP column could be a game-changing realignment in American politics.
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