So-called Hispanic activists don’t speak for the everyday Hispanic citizen, which is why Democrats are losing the Hispanic vote, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) explained Wednesday.
“It’s not just gains by Republicans – it’s severe losses by Democrats,” Rubio said in an interview on Fox & Friends:
“One of the things we’re learning here is that Hispanic or so-called Hispanic activists, or people who claim to speak for Hispanics, and actual Hispanic voters and everyday people are not the same thing.”
Hispanic voters don’t want the things associated with Democrat policies – like high gas prices, violent crime and gender ideology indoctrination – Rubio said:
“Hispanics don’t want to pay $5 a [gallon for] gas. Hispanics don’t want violent criminals running the streets. Hispanics don’t want schools trying to convince their son that he’s their daughter. They’re not in favor of these things.
“And I think it’s pronouncing itself by voting against a party that stands or is responsible for those kinds of policies.”
Rubio attributed Hispanics’ switch to the Republican Party to “working-class common sense, people that live in the real world and have to deal with the real world consequences of stupid decisions.”
“Hispanic voters have common sense and they see all this and say, ‘We don’t want to be a part of a party that has people like that leading it,’” Sen. Rubio said.
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