Looks like the Democrats bit off more than they could chew by putting up the Biden-Harris team again for 2024.
After all, Kamala is utterly inept while Biden continues to insist upon recent conversations with long-deceased world leaders.
On top of that, the Department of Justice just released a report that admitted Biden had “diminished faculties” and a “poor memory.”
That said, Biden was already long since losing a key voter bloc due to his insistence upon poor economic policies and open borders alike – young, Hispanic, legal US voters.
Nicarol Soto, Democrat from the Dominican Republic, recently fretted over the fact that many Hispanic voters believed that “[the] economy was [in] better shape when Trump was the president,” and they intend to vote for him as a result.
“They feel identified with him,” Soto complained.
Quite a few others are not complaining, however, including Pennsylvania Republican strategist Charlie Gerow.
“The Republican Party has the greatest opportunity with the fastest-growing demographic in their history … 2024 is the opportunity for Republicans to truly break through and win if not a majority, then a large plurality of the Latino vote,” Gerow mused.
Wouldn’t that be marvelous, especially after Democrats love to insist that Republicans are “racist.”
Gerow also observed that the popularity of Trump is soaring amongst young Latin voters in Pennsylvania despite “very little direct engagement from GOP campaigns and the state party.”
Recalling what happened with Pennsylvania during the 2020 election, Republicans better keep a close eye on that one.
“Anybody in a position of political power in the GOP who is sitting back and not bothering to capture this growing, right-trending voter bloc should get out of the way and let the rest of us who care to grow the party take the lead,” Gerow added confidently.
Berks County, Pennsylvania Republican commissioner Michael Rivera also observed the same trend across the swing state.
“A lot of them are Trump fans … They like how he ran the country, what he did for the economy when he was president. And that’s what I’m hearing has made a good number of them change from Democrat to Republican,” Rivera mused.
And not only do they like the economy – they like the fairness.
Marine Corps veteran Omy Maldonado argued that many legal Hispanic voters are quite ticked by Biden’s blatant coddling of illegals.
“The Hispanics I know who legally immigrated to the United States are angered by illegal immigration at the border … It’s like going to the store and having people continue to cut in front of you at the checkout line,” Maldonado declared.
Indeed, it is.
And, to add to that analogy, not only do they skip ahead in line, but they also have all the people behind them pay for them as well.
Author: Jane Jones