Democrats are looking for reasons why an increasing number of Hispanics are supporting the Republican Party.
They’ve concluded Hispanics are stupid and easy to trick.
— Rick Santini (@RickSantini2) May 16, 2022
The Democratic representative for Florida, Darren Soto, argued “Spanish-language voters are extremely sensitive to disinformation and must be safeguarded.”
As far as Democratic politicians are concerned, Hispanic people who are illiterate in English simply lack the intelligence to differentiate between facts and fiction.
The letter that Soto released on Twitter was signed by Representatives G.K. Butterfield (D-NC), Pete Aguilar (D-CA), and Teresa Leger Fernandez (D-NM).
It asked the Justice Department to step in and correct “misinformation targeted at Spanish-language voters.”
Previous statements made by Soto indicate “we’ve seen Spanish-language false news spread like wildfire and endanger our communities.”
Likewise, statements made by Representative Jesus Garcia (D-IL) indicate “Latinos remain a highly susceptible community to disinformation campaigns.”
In an effort to tackle election mis/disinformation, we sent a letter to @TheJusticeDept asking how their Election Threats Task Force is focusing on Spanish speaking communities.
Spanish language voters are highly susceptible to misinformation and must be protected. pic.twitter.com/xdGPQVMZbS
— Rep. Darren Soto (@RepDarrenSoto) May 11, 2022
This current version of the bogus assertion is not an aberration.
It is consistent with the Democrat Party’s longstanding practice of using misinformation and deception as its go-to justification for electoral and policy defeats.
In Florida, Republicans used advertisements in Spanish to win over Hispanic voters. This helped them defeat incumbent Democrats like former Representative Debbie Mucarsel-Powell.
She previously expressed concern, “if we don’t do something about this, it’ll have a detrimental effect on the elections in 2022.”
The mainstream media establishment eagerly followed.
The only reasoning Democrats and their friends in the media have for the party waning on Hispanic voters is those voters actually aren’t competent enough to sift through alleged conspiracy theory initiatives and media manipulation in Spanish.
NBC News, Politico, NPR, and the Miami Herald all began warning of dastardly Spanish-language “misinformation” and “outrageous conspiracy theories.”
The Downfall of the Democrats
The Democrat Party believes it has a lock on the Hispanic vote.
However, this was never a sure thing because, contrary to what Democratic politicians and so-called “experts” believe, people are more than the color of their skin or the legacy of their ethnic group.
The Republican Party made the decision to create an old-fashioned effort to win over Hispanic voters by really appealing to the views and values that Hispanics have.
Because of this, they won significant victories in both Florida and Texas; there is a good chance that they will win other victories in the near future.
The upcoming midterm elections in 2022 are likely to be devastating for Democrats.
The Democrat Party is not known for its introspection, despite the fact Democrats are aware they are losing their hold on the support of Hispanic voters.
It is imperative that any losses be attributed to “voter suppression,” bigotry, or, more recently, misinformation.
The Democrat Party has the belief that Hispanics do not have the mental capacity to think for themselves. When they are finally removed from power, they will probably be forced to face the facts.