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    Texas ‘Triple Threat’ Leads Hispanic Voters’
    Republican Mayra Flores’s special election victory Tuesday is the latest of the mounting evidence that Hispanic voters are inching away from the Democrat Party.

    Flores defeated Democrat Dan Sanchez by eight points in the heavily Hispanic 34th District, becoming the first Mexican-born woman in Congress and the first Republican to represent the Rio Grande Valley in roughly 150 years.


    Now she, along with two other Republicans, Cassy Garcia and Monica De La Cruz, have found themselves at the forefront of an undeniable national trend as they work to redden the three districts covering Texas’s southern-most point.



    “The red wave is here,” Garcia told Breitbart News on Friday. “Now more than ever Hispanics feel a genuine sense of belonging with the GOP. We know Hispanics are conservative on education, on social issues. We’re pro-life and pro-gun. We want lower taxes, religious freedom, and school choice.”

    Garcia grew up as a Christian conservative in South Texas, worked for Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) office out of McAllen, and is now aiming to unseat Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) in the state’s 28th District.



    The district leans blue and includes part of the Rio Grande Valley border sector, typically the nation’s busiest border sector. That sector in May saw an average of about 1,500 illegal border crossings a day, which is crisis-level and consistent with a pattern of swelling illegal migration seen under President Joe Biden.

    In addition to inflation, Garcia said controlling the border is a critical issue for those she is hoping to represent.



    “We don’t need more facilities … I don’t need more immigration judges. What we need to do is enforce the laws on the books. We need to secure the border,” Garcia said.

    Cuellar earned the endorsement of the U.S. Border Patrol union in his last election, but the union changed course this year, announcing its endorsement of Garcia in January. Garcia is engaged to a Border Patrol agent, and Flores is married to one.


    “I understand the needs, the real needs here and processes, and especially what’s happening at the border,” Flores told Breitbart News in March. “We have people in Congress here in South Texas that are fighting for California values, that are, you know, fighting for Austin values and not South Texas values, and we need real representation.”

    In this Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021, photo Republican congressional candidate Mayra Flores, left, attends a March to the Border event in McAllen, Texas. Flores argues that Democrats are forcing Texans choose between their energy sector jobs and curbing climate change. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
    In this September 25, 2021, photo, Republican congressional candidate Mayra Flores, left, attends a March to the Border event in McAllen, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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    The Republican counterpart to Maloney’s group, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), envisions a different outcome. The group has deemed all three South Texas districts as winnable for the GOP and released an ad this week dubbing the candidate trio a “triple threat.”



    NRCC spokesman Mike Berg said he believes “Hispanic voters are abandoning the Democrats because of their destructive policies,” citing inflation, crime, and the border crisis.

    De La Cruz, who is endorsed by former President Donald Trump and running in a toss-up district, said she shares the view that the three candidates are “a triple threat to the Democrat Party” and credited their surging momentum in part to the resources Republicans at a national level have poured into elevating them.


    “I think that Hispanics are the future of the Republican Party, and the Democrats had always assumed the Hispanic vote, and what we show is that Hispanic values really lie with the Republican Party, and with us being the face of the movement and the Republican Party getting behind us financially to educate people in this area, I believe that all three of us are going to cross the finish line in November,” De La Cruz told Breitbart News.

    Republican Monica De La Cruz-Hernandez, running in the next general election for the 15th House congressional district, talks in her office in Alamo, Texas, Thursday, July 8, 2021. In Republicans' bid to retake control of Congress, this traditionally Democratic stretch of south Texas has quietly become a top battleground. After making unexpected gains last November, the GOP is zeroing in on a trio of House seats in the region as key targets heading into next year's midterm elections. They include the 15th congressional district, which hasn't sent a Republican to Washington since its creation in 1903, but where the GOP newcomer came within three points of winning in 2020. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
    Monica De La Cruz in her office in Alamo, Texas, July 8, 2021. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

    De La Cruz’s district includes some of Hidalgo County and the border city of McAllen, both of which have an almost entirely Hispanic population.

    Before the three South Texas women took the spotlight, Hidalgo provided one of the first warning signs for Democrats that they did not have the grip they had perhaps anticipated on Hispanic voters.

    Trump lost Hidalgo by 41 points in 2016, but he lost by just 17 in 2020, indicating Republicans had started to make significant inroads there. Then, leaving no question that Democrats had reason for concern, McAllen residents elected a Republican mayor, Javier Villalobos, in 2021.


    Rep. Diaz-Balart (R-FL), who has worked in Florida politics for three decades and represents a red, Cuban-heavy section of Miami, observed the Hispanic voting bloc, especially in southern Florida, is vastly diverse. In addition to Mexican and Cuban Americans, his constituents come from places like Venezuela, Colombia, the Dominican Republican, and Nicaragua.

    Representative Mario Diaz-Balart, center, R-Fla., speaks to members of the media after he, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and Sen. Rick Scott, right, R-Fla., met with Venezuelan, Colombian and Cuban community leaders in support of freedom and democracy in Venezuela, Friday, May 3, 2019, in Doral, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
    Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, center, speaks to members of the media after he and Sens. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott met with Venezuelan, Colombian, and Cuban community leaders in support of freedom in Venezuela, May 3, 2019, in Doral, Florida. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

    Trump just barely edged out Hillary Clinton by less than two points in Diaz-Balart’s district in 2016. But, similar to what happened in Hidalgo, Trump saw a commanding 23-point victory over Biden there in 2020.

    Diaz-Balart said, “It’s obviously the fact that the Democratic policies have been so destructive, but also … Hispanics are not socialist. They’re not Marxist.”

    Diaz-Balart, who chairs Republicans’ Congressional Hispanic Conference, pointed to the challenge he has seen that Democrat talking points, especially about the border, have been “pretty” compared to that of Republicans, but he added that Hispanic voters are coming around.


    “All they hear is Republicans are horrible and Democrats are apple pie,” he said. “It hasn’t taken long for the community here to go, ‘Woah, wait a second. That rhetoric doesn’t match the reality.’”

    Diaz-Balart has been dedicated to spreading “the message of what the Republican Party actually stands for, not what the left says we stand for,” he said. “Getting that out is something I’ve been working on for a long time, and I think Florida’s the model.”

    Spanish language ads are also “essential,” Diaz-Balart said. The campaign arm for Senate Republicans, for example, spent seven figures on a statewide television ad buy in Arizona that included the below, targeting incumbent Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) on inflation.



    In an indication that financial investments in the Hispanic population are growing, both Diaz-Balart and Rep. Tony Gonzales (R-TX) launched a political action committee last month called the Hispanic Leadership Trust with the goal of bolstering Hispanic Republicans’ presence in Congress and drawing Hispanic voters to the GOP.

    Members of the newly formed group attended a fundraiser Wednesday night featuring House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).


    Gonzales told Breitbart News in a statement he believes Democrats have “taken Hispanic voters for granted.”

    “They thought Hispanics would just show up in droves for them so long as they played identity politics, even if that meant totally ignoring what Hispanics value,” Gonzales said.


    Republican gains among Hispanic voters are also cropping up in recent polling. A Wall Street Journal poll in March found Republicans led Democrats by nine points with Hispanic voters. A recent Quinnipiac poll found Republicans ahead by three.

    While Garcia and De La Cruz locking in their nominations was eye-catching for analysts watching this trend, Flores’s win was striking. RealClearPolitics’ Sean Trende compared the seat flip to West Virginia’s dramatic switch from a solid blue state to a solid red state in the Obama era.

    “This is sort of how I felt seeing some of the shifts in Appalachia in 2010, or blue collar areas in 2016. Except this I genuinely didn’t think I’d see for another 20 years or so. Just astonishing,” he wrote on social media.

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    Might be a Texas version of Joe Manchin and will vote no on gop bills
    If you can't beat 'em join 'em

    How about a reference dude?
    Pretending you wrote that is a bit of a stretch...

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    If Klaus Schwab's man Pedro Sánche can win over Spain, then the US Democrat Party can keep the hispanic vote on the depopulation reservation. https://www.weforum.org/events/world...ain-eb37ebd147

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbys View Post
    Texas …. Bla bla bla some unattributed C&P bla bla bla
    1 Did Mr Biden legitimately win the 2020 presidential election? If not, why not?
    2. What do you think of the attempt to interfere by force with the electoral vote count on January 6, 2021?
    If you approve, explain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe (SoCal) View Post
    1 Did Mr Biden legitimately win the 2020 presidential election? If not, why not?
    2. What do you think of the attempt to interfere by force with the electoral vote count on January 6, 2021?
    If you approve, explain.
    I do not know who won the popular vote. As a layman reading the constitution it is fairly clear to me that once the states reported their official counts the election was resolved. This is by design no court second guessing or do overs. Surprisingly a much more important feature for stable governing today than in the time the forefathers wrote it. I said so in this forum at the time.

    But to be neutral and speaking from my observations in more dispersed Hispanic communities in the Midwest than where you live, the socio conservative stereotyping of modern young hispanic Americans is about as inaccurate and probably as offensive as the Hollywood drug gang stereotyping that still continues.

    This Socialist in Spain gets majorities where the Roman Catholic Church is still very much in the public or civil space. He is popular in the way I am sure American Democrat Hispanic leaders are when they seek political reform and to displace the existing corruption of both parties and whatever is killing our cities. Just saying. It is the Bilge after all. No need to listen to Republican observations.
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    Bobby, why not give Breitbart full credit for your C&P? Ashamed to cite your source?
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    Well as the Democratic that I am, the GOP has been missing the boat for a very long time!
    Caravans of migrants displaced in their country, they want money, guns and freedom!
    Where would you go?
    If the GOP would let them vote, many many would vote GOP.
    The idea that Hispanics are or should be Democratic is racist!
    Fortunately Trump has done his best to piss them off.

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    I could not find the source for Booobys C&P, but I found this from the Daily Wail
    Texas Republican beats Democrat to become FIRST Mexican-born congresswoman to serve in the House: Migrant Mayra Flores - backed by Elon Musk - thanks Trump after her win and says under him 'we did not have a mess in this country'

    Republicans flipped a Democratic-friendly Texas Congressional seat with Mayra Flores beating Dan Sanchez
    Flores will be first Mexican-born member of House and first Republican Latina from the state of Texas
    Trump victorious after his preferred candidate ousted impeachment backing Rep. Tom Rice in South Carolina
    Rep. Rice had been one of 10 House Republicans to vote in favor of Trump's second impeachment
    While Rice was losing his South Carolina race, Republican Rep. Nancy Mace held onto her seat despite Trump backing challenger Katie Arrington
    Nevada voters picked the Trump-backed Adam Laxalt to appear on the ballot against endangered Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...-Tom-Rice.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canoeyawl View Post
    Might be a Texas version of Joe Manchin and will vote no on gop bills
    If you can't beat 'em join 'em

    How about a reference dude?
    Pretending you wrote that is a bit of a stretch...
    I would imagine that's exactly what it is. I voted in the most recent Republican primary to try and sift through the lesser of many evils. I don't know very much about what's going on across the country, in individual states, but in Alabama and in many other states we are essentially dealing with a single-party system. I have friends who are African-American who know, who KNOW, that they have no voice at all in what happens as far as the government goes.

    Things are not getting better.

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    Hey bs, any thoughts about the $250 million donations TFG solicited based on the lie of voter fraud even though his entire staff said it was bs? The grifter doubles down on dummies.


    https://www.npr.org/2022/06/16/11052...l-defense-fund

    The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol is calling it "the Big Rip Off."

    It says the Trump campaign took $250 million in donations from supporters that it said would go to an election defense fund to pay for legal fees to overturn the 2020 presidential election results. But the fund was never actually created, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., one of the committee members, said Monday in the panel's second public hearing.

    Instead, the money went to the Save America political action committee, she said, and the money went from there to several pro-Trump organizations which are headed by former officials close to Donald Trump's inner circle.

    "Not only was there the Big Lie," Lofgren said, referring to Trump's false allegations of election fraud, "there was the Big Rip-Off."
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeG View Post
    Hey bs
    pretty much says it all right?
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peerie Maa View Post
    I could not find the source for Booobys C&P, but I found this from the Daily Wail
    So you are saying that the Hispanic voters supported an Hispanic candidate? For a people trying to advance their race, that sounds plausible. That would not be likely to translate into a vote for Trump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Pless View Post
    pretty much says it all right?
    I understand his fear fetish about liberals but how clueless do you have to be to support TFG when his grifting is so obvious.
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    This is a real thing. And worrisome.

    A hispanic woman courted the endorsement of tRump, and did some serious national fundraising, and won a runoff election for a seat that has been with the Dems for a long time.

    There are reasons to wonder if this is the beginning of a shift of hispanics toward the more conservative party. But there are also reasons to believe that this particular election was an outlier.

    All I know is - if I were an analyst for the Democrats, I'd be looking hard at this race to see what could be learned.

    The R's, of course, aren't analyzing it. They are simply shaking their pom-poms and taking a loud victory lap... claiming it's the beginning of a RedWave among hispanic voters.
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    Why shouldn’t the Hispanics be as stupid as the rest of you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Miller View Post
    Why shouldn’t the Hispanics be as stupid as the rest of you?
    The Oligarchs skills at propaganda are quite advanced. And the Democratic candidate was outspent by many multiples... mostly with outside money. AND I don't blamed the bamboozled so much as I blame the bamboozlers.
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    Another example of the same phenomenon --


    Building anger in rural New Mexico erupts in election crisis

    https://apnews.com/article/2022-midt...1d0e95f6fee9e3
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    We’re pro-life and pro-gun.
    One naturally goes with the other.
    There is no rational, logical, or physical description of how free will could exist. It therefore makes no sense to praise or condemn anyone on the grounds they are a free willed self that made one choice but could have chosen something else. There is no evidence that such a situation is possible in our Universe. Demonstrate otherwise and I will be thrilled.

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    Hey Bobbys, it’s actually called the Democratic Party!

    Just thought you’d like to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Miller View Post
    Why shouldn’t the Hispanics be as stupid as the rest of you?
    Food for thought.

    Indeed, by "Hispanics", many Democrats mean "people who insist of being described as 'Latinx'." You know, systemic racism taking the form of gendered nouns. Those people could be brought into the Democrat Party. Might take some work. Would it be any wonder if the rest of them went for the Republic party?
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    At it's core base.. The GOP is everything the Hispanics want. Family centric, religion centric, business friendly with an emphasis on lifting yourself out of poverty on your own two feet. Hispanics and the GOP "ideal" are perfect together. Reality, is a far more cruel place. Even though The two should go together like peanut butter and jelly, your right wing GOPer has no interest in accepting anybody not lily white into their party.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralphie Boy View Post
    Hey Bobbys, it’s actually called the Democratic Party!

    Just thought you’d like to know.
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    WTF people??
    bs dangles one c&p and the multitude here takes it hook, line and sinker. Meanwhile bs is off on the sidelines watching the food fight, never to return to the thread. Anyone notice a pattern here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Haberland View Post
    At it's core base.. The GOP is everything the Hispanics want. Family centric, religion centric, business friendly with an emphasis on lifting yourself out of poverty on your own two feet. Hispanics and the GOP "ideal" are perfect together. Reality, is a far more cruel place. Even though The two should go together like peanut butter and jelly, your right wing GOPer has no interest in accepting anybody not lily white into their party.

    And don't forget guns! The most American Latins are our brothers in Mexico and having the right to have a gun turns someone instantly from a serf or subject into a citizen. Something Mexican men have understood from before there was even a United States...

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    This is nothing new. Look at Uvalde County, Texas. The county is 70% Hispanic. They have voted Republican in every Presidential election since 1952 except for 1964 when fellow Texan Lyndon Johnson took the county,

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryLL View Post
    WTF people??
    bs dangles one c&p and the multitude here takes it hook, line and sinker. Meanwhile bs is off on the sidelines watching the food fight, never to return to the thread. Anyone notice a pattern here?
    All boys crave attention, and at some point it becomes immaterial if the attention is negative or positive. Some crave punishment, correction, idolization or whatever as long as it is directed toward them. Witness Trump, the more noise about him the better, might even replace sex.
    Both the political system and the prison system are concentrations of grown boys who crave attention.
    It's harmless banter and seemingly makes him feel good about himself.
    I think he once mentioned his wife was a sociologist or shrink perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Bow
    Bobby, why not give Breitbart full credit for your C&P?
    Doing so would require personal integrity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryLL View Post
    WTF people??
    bs dangles one c&p and the multitude here takes it hook, line and sinker. Meanwhile bs is off on the sidelines watching the food fight, never to return to the thread. Anyone notice a pattern here?
    Well as i said, people are pizzed when i post and even more pizzed when i dont.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Montgomery View Post
    Doing so would require personal integrity.
    You missed the rules, i used to ask where a aritical came from and be rudely told Google is your friend, well rather then question their integrity i just googled it as you can.

    But thanks for showcasing the hypocrisy of liberals again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbys View Post
    You missed the rules, i used to ask where a aritical came from and be rudely told Google is your friend, well rather then question their integrity i just googled it as you can.

    But thanks for showcasing the hypocrisy of liberals again.
    Speaking of hypocrisy

    1 Did Mr Biden legitimately win the 2020 presidential election? If not, why not?
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