According to a report from USA Today, several key demographics are abandoning the Democrats in droves, right before the highly consequential midterm elections.
It doesn’t help that the White House refuses to acknowledge the economic realities faced by Americans of all backgrounds today, opting to disseminate perpetual economic misinformation instead.
“The issue of inflation – and the feeling that the White House hasn’t done enough to address it – is helping Republicans score significant inroads among Hispanic and Black voters, both demographic groups that Democrats have long relied on for support,” the outlet reports.
In other words, the Democrats’ already questionable base has become even more questionable in light of the fact that they’d rather hobnob with Obama in Martha’s Vineyard than actually address issues that matter the most to voters.
Notably, the same voters are likely incensed at Biden’s continuous refusal to knowledge the downward spiral of the economy, much of which can be attributed to his asinine policies.
“Biden’s upbeat reassurances – that the job market remains strong and that a recession isn’t inevitable – aren’t breaking through with voters,” the report continued.
Though voters are certainly “breaking” from the grip of the Democrats, including the constant misinformation regarding the economy.
“Two-thirds of those surveyed, 66 percent, say the nation is already in a recession or a depression. Just 10 percent say it’s in a recovery,” the report noted.
And those individuals sure are not shy in revealing exactly how inflation has affected their lives.
“Sixty-one percent report that they are eating out less often; 50 percent have postponed or canceled vacations, 47 percent have cut back on groceries, 45 percent are driving less,” the report continued.
An America that is becoming increasingly tired of the Democrats’ disinformation, especially as Biden’s policies appear to negatively impact “people of color” the most, which is ironic considering he sure does love to bring up “people of color” while doing next to nothing for them.
“Hispanics have been hit particularly hard. Nearly 6 in 10 are foregoing vacations and driving less, and 44 percent say the economy is their top issue, more than either whites or Blacks,” the outlet continued.
In other words, even more Hispanics are likely being driven to the Republican Party, in particular those who are not terribly interested in recreating a dictatorship in the United States.
And those are the reasons why Trump garnered more votes from “people of color” relative to prior GOP candidates, especially since he spoke to people’s actual needs.
“Republican Donald Trump carried 12 percent of Blacks and 32 percent of Hispanics in the 2020 presidential election, according to network exit polls,” the outlet noted.
And that trend continues, with USA today noting that “40 percent of Hispanics and 21 percent of Blacks are backing the Republican candidate.”
Meanwhile back in Biden land, the press secretary continues to ineffectively deflect from reality.
Apparently anticipating a Republican blowout, Jean-Pierre is already claiming “voter suppression,” despite Biden allegedly receiving 81 million votes.
“And speaking generally of course, more broadly, of course, high turnout and voter suppression can take place at the same time. They don’t have to be, one doesn’t have to happen on its own. They could be happening at the same time,” the press secretary prattled.
Well, how about that. “High voter turnout” coupled with “voter suppression.”
Exactly how does that work?
Unless “high voter turnout” is code for troublesome, not exactly authentic, ballots.
When asked whether or not the White House has directly witnessed suppression, Jean-Pierre provided an even more nonsensical reply.
“Look, we have seen ourselves, I just laid out – we’ve seen ourselves, from what legislation, state legislation we have seen across the country that is suppressing the right to vote, and look, we believe that people should have the fundamental access to voting,” she backpedaled.
Well, how about that.
Most freedom loving people believe individuals should have “fundamental access to voting.”
They also deserve “fundamental access” to an unbiased media that doesn’t demonize them for daring to be conservative.
Author: Jane Jones