Democrats and their media allies spent four years claiming President Donald Trump was a racist, yet he improved his standing with Latinos across the country.
Politico’s Marc Caputo reported that Trump improved his standing with Latinos in 78 of America’s 100 Majority-Hispanic counties and did better with Latinos “in exit polls of each of the top 10 battleground states.”
“Joe Biden still won Latino voters overall. But as post-election data trickles in, Democrats are growing concerned. Trump’s notable gains weren’t limited to Miami’s Cuban Americans or border-region Tejanos. Although Florida and Texas stood out for the notable shift, Puerto Ricans as far away as Philadelphia and Mexican Americans in Milwaukee drifted Trump-ward,” Caputo wrote.
So, why the shift despite years of Democrats claiming his immigration policies made him racist against all Latinos (as if they were all illegal immigrants)? Caputo said the answer lies in the culture wars.
“Most Latinos identify first as working-class Americans, and Trump spoke to that,” Josh Zaragoza, a top Democratic