House Speaker Nancy Pelosi just received more bad news.
"Now 40% of Hispanics and 21% of Blacks are backing the Republican" party, according to the far-left USA Today.
"The issue of inflation – and the feeling that the White House hasn’t done enough to address it – is helping Republicans score significant inroads among Hispanic and Black voters, both demographic groups that Democrats have long relied on for support," Breitbart reported.
Former President Donald Trump earned 12 percent of the black vote and 32 percent of the Hispanic vote in the 2020 election.
"If the USA Today numbers prove true on Election Night, it’s lights out for the Democrat party as a national party," wrote Nolte of Breitbart
"Even if the GOP gains 15 to 18 percent of the black vote, it’s a game-changer," Nolte noted.
Hispanic voters are DONE with this lying, corrupt fraud. According to the latest Quinnipiac poll, the president now has just a 26 percent approval rating with Hispanics. https://t.co/DlK7KH4Od6
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) April 14, 2022
Nolte tackled the main issue causing the tide to shift in the Republican Party's favor. You guessed it. The economy.
"No longer can Democrats blame the failure of their cities — where large numbers of black Americans live — on anyone else. These cities are catastrophes of economic ruin, crime, riots, homelessness, blight, decay, lousy schools, and mismanagement. And these are predominantly black cities that have been run exclusively by Democrats for decades.
The corporate media can no longer hide the truth of this half-century failure. Over and over and over again, New Media points to these “Democrat-run cities,” and Democrats have no response because there is no response. They run these cities unopposed and have run them into the ground. All the old arguments blaming white people and Republicans for the plight of urban America don’t hold up under the cold light of the facts. No Republican stands in the way of Democrats implementing their policies in these cities… And these cities are a disaster."
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