A new Wall Street Journal poll is showing nothing short of a five-alarm fire for the Democrats. The poll shows Republicans up in two voting demographics that the Democrats used to take largely for granted:
I can't recall ever seeing a poll like this. WSJ finds Republicans up 9 pts among Hispanics, and at 27% among black voters https://t.co/znawCKjbYW
— Philip Klein (@philipaklein) March 11, 2022
Naturally it’s just a total coincidence that the media’s going to start feeling compelled to put a helpful spin on that kind of news. Expect to see more of this approach from Axios heading into the November midterms:
The rise of white nationalist Hispanics https://t.co/Na9OjQixoV
— Axios (@axios) March 11, 2022
Well, there it is…
Stop supporting FARC, Maduro, and kindergarten gender theory. Also stop saying Latinx. But you can’t help yourselves. So now you’re coping. Cope harder
— Christina Pushaw 🇺🇸 (@ChristinaPushaw) March 11, 2022
This is a pretty clear attempt to prop up obscure and irrelevant characters in order to defame the entire Hispanic community when they break for the GOP this fall, https://t.co/lTE6jLbMiJ
— EJ (@Ejmiller25) March 11, 2022
The media can be incredibly transparent and predictable when they really try.
I know his last name is Fuentes but LMAO at the idea of Lil' Nicky being a "Hispanic white nationalist." https://t.co/PGzk6wzmcB
— Noam Blum (@neontaster) March 11, 2022
Your political opponents are not white nationalists. They are people who are fed up with your garbage progressive agenda. https://t.co/7A9u9s5YLG
— Completely Harmless Sailor Scout (@BanMeIfURAPedo) March 11, 2022
But there’s no way the media’s ever going to frame it that way.
I already read this in the Babylon Bee.
— Kevin – 37% Don't say CTCL workers. 🇺🇸 🗽 (@_kevin456) March 11, 2022
This is a smokescreen so they can smear conservative Hispanics as "white supremacists" and try to silence us.
— Gr81disp (@gr81disp) March 11, 2022
Just imagine the amount of media water-carrying on behalf of the Democrats that’s going to take place as the midterms draw nearer. We haven’t seen anything yet.
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