The media likes to make it look like no minorities voted for Donald Trump, and they claim that the few who did deeply regret their decision. Yet when MSNBC interviewed some Latino Trump supporters, it found that they had absolutely no regrets whatsoever.
MSNBC’s Jacob Soboroff interviewed Latino Trump voters one year after the election and discovered that many are thrilled with how the president is running the country. Perhaps expecting the Latino Trump supporters regret their vote, Soboroff seemed somewhat surprised when a Latino radio host and his listeners had nothing but praise for Trump.
“Are you still happy with the way that you voted and the way that he’s doing?” Soboroff asked the radio host.
“Yes, especially in the economy,” he responded. “We are growing at 3.1 percent.”
“What surprised me most when I was here last time, so many of your listeners called in and said to me, ‘it doesn’t matter that I’m Latino, it doesn’t matter that Donald Trump has insulted so many members of my race,'” Soboroff recalled. “I wanna know, a year later, do people out there, do your listeners feel the same way?”
“I feel way way way better with this president than before he was president,” one listener said. “I will vote for him again.”
Soboroff asked a listener how he felt about Trump ending DACA, and the listener countered that Trump did not specifically end DACA, but allowed it to expire under Obama’s rule.
“I voted for Donald Trump … and at this point in my life I am not sorry,” a female listener said. “I am very proud of Donald Trump to be my president.”
The left is constantly making absolutely everything about race, which is why it came as a shock to them that so many Latinos were looking past that to look at other issues as well. The reality is that choosing the right candidate to vote for in an election is about so much more than just one single issue. Instead, it's about looking at the candidate's stances on numerous different issues.
Though some Latinos bought into the mainstream media's narrative that Trump is a racist bigot, others chose to look at the facts and saw that Trump actually isn't racist at all. A large number of Latino voters decided that the struggling economy should take precedence over any social issue, and since Trump was a successful businessman, they felt that he had what it took to turn the economy around.
As the Latino voters explained to Soboroff, Trump has already made lots of progress with the economy in the months since he took office.
The media can try to put people in boxes based on race as much as they want to, but in the end, saying that all minorities are against Trump is fake news.
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