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TheLBLman

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The political implications of what just happened here are HUGE!


McAllen is a "border city".
President Donald Trump drew 28 per cent in McAllen in 2016 and 41 percent in ’20.

The way things are TRENDING may be more the issue?

IMAGINE!
The democratic leadership has focused for years to turn illegal aliens into voting citizens, and they've done this mainly because of their belief Hispanics (and other minorities) will mainly vote for the democratic party.

But what happened in the 2020 Presidential election?
We saw more minorities vote for Republican Trump
than had voted for Mitt Romney, John McCain, and George Bush COMBINED?

Wonder what's going to happen when the democratic leaders start thinking a majority of Hispanic voters are going to vote "republican" in the 2024 Presidential election?
 
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I will speak in generalities as it does not pertain to every single Hispanic out there, but, most are catholic, so there goes abortion, most are not afraid of hard work, and, again for the most part law abiding. And though we get lumped into the whole POC, by the blacks, many do not support that agenda, and have noticed we get kicked to the curb easily enough and get called "white" Hispanics when we don't drink the cool-aid.
 

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I will speak in generalities as it does not pertain to every single Hispanic out there, but, most are catholic, so there goes abortion, most are not afraid of hard work, and, again for the most part law abiding. And though we get lumped into the whole POC, by the blacks, many do not support that agenda, and have noticed we get kicked to the curb easily enough and get called "white" Hispanics when we don't drink the cool-aid.
All my Hispanic friends up here in the land of Blue voted for Trump in 20.
Late 40’s,early 50’s.
The younger ones vote for who their friends want them to vote for.
I don’t know any Hispanics who got their citizenship legally are in favor of just handing out citizenship.
 

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Based on what we saw happen with VP Harris in Guatemala yesterday, this democratic plan to turn illegal aliens into democratic voters may very well be back-firing on the democratic leadership?

Just imagine, the democratic leaders pull all these shenanigans to circumvent law & order, find "legal" ways to turn citizens of other countries into "legal" voters in our next Presidential election, but then a majority of these new voters end up voting republican.

Imagine.
And that is how things are currently trending.
 

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I will speak in generalities as it does not pertain to every single Hispanic out there, but, most are catholic, so there goes abortion, most are not afraid of hard work, and, again for the most part law abiding. And though we get lumped into the whole POC, by the blacks, many do not support that agenda, and have noticed we get kicked to the curb easily enough and get called "white" Hispanics when we don't drink the cool-aid.
I would agree with this generalization from what I know. Most are conservative by nature. However, I know the promise of free gifts and free money can turn people. I think as they age and understand our government, they realize they align more with conservatives.
 

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Williams, former chairman of the Patrick County Republican Party, was very much involved in Trump’s challenge of the outcome of the 2020 election.

He campaigned proudly on his role in the challenge to Joe Biden’s election.


Along with associating himself closely with Trump, Williams campaigned as a hard-core conservative. He championed local control of education, vowed to take on insurance companies for "profiting from our pain," and said it was time to "push back on the liberal pro-abortion agenda."
 

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Williams, former chairman of the Patrick County Republican Party, was very much involved in Trump’s challenge of the outcome of the 2020 election.

He campaigned proudly on his role in the challenge to Joe Biden’s election.
There wasn't anything about the VA election to dispute since Trump lost by 450K.

His primary win may be more about the upcoming election for Governor, with the VA GOP being deeply divided and a party war brewing over which faction-backed candidate will win the GOP nomination.

Patrick County has a very small population and is mostly white.

As of the 2010 census, there were 18,490 people...............
..........The racial makeup of the county was 91.10% White, 5.9% Black or African American, 0.30% Native American, 0.20% Asian, 0.00% Pacific Islander, 1.40% from other races, and 1.10% from two or more races. 2.40% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrick_County,_Virginia#Demographics
 
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There wasn't anything about the VA election to dispute since Trump lost by 450K.

His primary win may be more about the upcoming election for Governor, with the VA GOP being deeply divided and a party war brewing over which faction-backed candidate will win the GOP nomination.

Patrick County has a very small population and is mostly white.

As of the 2010 census, there were 18,490 people...............
..........The racial makeup of the county was 91.10% White, 5.9% Black or African American, 0.30% Native American, 0.20% Asian, 0.00% Pacific Islander, 1.40% from other races, and 1.10% from two or more races. 2.40% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrick_County,_Virginia#Demographics
Pfft, that is less than one box truck of ballots.
 

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Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction,
and in time, reality exposes false narratives.

Our democratic leaders have created this "myth" of voter suppression
in order for them to justify imposing a federal (democratic party) takeover of our elections.

If you listened solely to Democratic talking points, including the so-called mainstream media, you would be convinced that America is a systemically racist nation and that Republicans are somehow hell bent on disenfranchising large swaths of voters.

Both of these notions are democratic party lies.

Those underlying assumptions simply defy the reality of America in the last 50-plus years.

In fact, two states have both higher voter registration among Black voters than White voters and had higher voter turnout of Black voters than White voters in 2020.

Guess which two states?

Mississippi and Tennessee.

The worst state in America?
Massachusetts - The Democratic Stronghold of the Kennedy Family


Are the political winds now shifting back towards reality?
 

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Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction,
and in time, reality exposes false narratives.

Our democratic leaders have created this "myth" of voter suppression
in order for them to justify imposing a federal (democratic party) takeover of our elections.

If you listened solely to Democratic talking points, including the so-called mainstream media, you would be convinced that America is a systemically racist nation and that Republicans are somehow hell bent on disenfranchising large swaths of voters.

Both of these notions are democratic party lies.

Those underlying assumptions simply defy the reality of America in the last 50-plus years.

In fact, two states have both higher voter registration among Black voters than White voters and had higher voter turnout of Black voters than White voters in 2020.

Guess which two states?

Mississippi and Tennessee.

The worst state in America?
Massachusetts - The Democratic Stronghold of the Kennedy Family


Are the political winds now shifting back towards reality?

I found a reference titled:
States With the Most Politically Engaged Black Populations
There's issues that engage black voters besides voter registration. For example, the more black candidates there are the higher the black turnout.
And this study rated more than just the black voter registration for 2 elections, but also gives weight to black voter turnout in the 2016 & 2018 midterm elections.
It also weighed proportional representation of Black people in state legislature, and proportional representation of Black people in national party conventions. Montana was not included in the study because of data limitations which means there's only 49 state rankings.

Massachusetts was ranked 5th highest and not last.
Mississippi was ranked 8th and not first.
Tennessee was ranked 44th.

For instance it says:

The Southern state of Tennessee has an African American political engagement score of 39.71. Tennessee is also among the states with the lowest percentage of Black legislative representatives per Black population.

Mississippi ranked in the top five for Black voter turnout in both the 2016 presidential election and the 2018 midterms, earning it an overall score of 72.71.

https://www.theactivetimes.com/featured/black-politcal-engagement-america

If you're going to post facts then you should also post a reference to show their validity.
If the facts are from memory then say so because they don't appear to reflect actual black voter turnout which is what black voter suppression is all about.
 
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If you're going to post facts then you should also post a reference to show their validity.
If the facts are from memory then say so.
And perhaps you should simply read the links people post before so anxiously quickly trying to refute them? The link was talking most specifically about the 2020 Presidential election, and what you posted makes it the case of the prior even more noteworthy.

Tennessee had extremely high black voter turnout in the 2020 election, DESPITE few black politicians in the running.

I (immediately & quickly & anxiously) found a response titled:
States With the Most Politically Engaged Black Populations

There's issues that engage black voters besides voter registration.
For example, the more black candidates there are the higher the black turnout.
Would not that be "racist"?

There may be less real racism in Tennessee than in Connecticut?
I don't have a link to support that question.
 
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These must be really scary & anxious times for democratic political hacks and other "never Trumpers"?
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