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Even though the Left continues to weaponize race, there’s a growing number of conservative Hispanics. In tonight’s In-Depth Report, Church Militant’s Hunter Bradford explores reason for optimism about a Latino red wave.

A recent poll points out Democrats should be worried about winning over Hispanics in future elections.

The Wall Street Journal poll shows an even divide: Thirty-seven percent of Hispanic voters would vote for the Republican candidate in the upcoming midterm election and 37% for the Democratic candidate. 

Glenn Youngkin: “Alrighty Virginia, we won this thing!”

Glenn Youngkin won the gubernatorial race in Virginia in part because he “outpolled his Democratic opponent among Hispanic voters,” according to AP VoteCast.

The Democrats largely have themselves and their own policies to blame. Most Hispanic voters disapprove of Biden’s presidency, 54% to be exact.

A spokesman for the National Republican Congressional Committee said, “Hispanic voters are moving toward the Republican Party because Democrats’ reckless spending caused a massive inflation crisis.”

Some argue the American Left reminds Latinos of the communist regimes many of them fled.

Michael Voris, CEO, Church Militant:

We are talking about a people who first fled their communist Cuba led by Fidel Castro for close to 50 years, and then the same with the Venezuelans, who are fleeing a nation they were actually starving in. When they see the Democrats’ platform, they see the repeated problems of their homeland.

Fifty-seven percent of adult Hispanics self-identify as Catholic. That’s down from 70% in 2006.

President Trump achieved record lows in Hispanic unemployment in 2017,  just to make it even lower in 2019. Despite all that, a sizable number of Latinos still vote Democrat. 

Jesse Romero, author of A Catholic Vote for Trump, explains why Democrats still hold sway with this key demographic.

Jesse Romero:

To be honest with you, Democrats do a great job of marketing in the Hispanic areas. You saw Joe Biden, I mean you know, dancing  the “Macarena” and you know, “Despacito.” All that pandering, and they [in media] play that stuff. And so, they do a pretty good job of, of branding their their, you know, stuff to the Hispanics.

All of this has serious implications for the 2024 presidential election. 

If the Democrats want to keep one of their own in the White House, they are going to need to do more than pander to Hispanics on race and immigration. 

The Latino population in the United States is growing by the day. Approximately 16.5 million Latinos voted in 2020, up from 12.7 million votes cast in 2016, an increase of nearly 30%.

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