It sounds like a narrative written by Organizing for America (OFA), which was Obama’s organizing arm during the elections: Supporters of Obama tout substantial gains for Hispanics under his watch: The return of Latinos to work after a recession that hit them harder than white workers, as well as a drop in Hispanic poverty rates. About 4 million more […]
Tim Kaine, the running mate of Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton, gave a campaign speech in Arizona in Spanish, which captured NBC News’ attention. He had previously given a floor speech in Spanish while in the U.S. Senate. NBC News didn’t mention in the article how Clinton chairman John Podesta once referred to two prominent […]
Does declining to comment mean that the e-mails were in fact real? In a purportedly hacked email released on the Wikileaks website,Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta appears to write to Hillary Clinton and a top aide urging Clinton to call prominent Latino politicians, including former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and former Energy Secretary […]
Latino college students share with Amanda Florian why their voices and votes matter greatly this election season. Los estudiantes de la universidad explican a Amanda Florian porque sus voces y votos son importantes para esta temporada electoral.
You can read the piece for yourself and see how they couch this narrative.
Marco Rubio leads the GOP field among Republican Hispanic voters at 27%, with Donald Trump at 22% and Ted Cruz at 19%. Trump also has a negative net favorability rating among all Hispanics at -64, while Rubio has a net positive rating of 8 and Cruz at -5. Photo by iprimages
Fox News reported: In a major shift in immigration patterns over the next 50 years, Asians will have surged past Hispanics to become the largest group of immigrants heading to the United States, according to estimates in a new immigration study. The study looks in detail at what will happen by 2065, but the actual […]
What the heck does that even mean?! Republicans are repulsed by infrastructure like Amtrak trains so they are repulsed by Hispanics? Tell me more, Chris.
As The Federalist pointed out, Mark Halperin’s “sorry but not sorry” excuse is really lame: “What is it about the phrase “I’m sorry” that makes professional politicos so loath to utter it? Why is it so hard for prominent political types to simply apologize and ask for forgiveness without trying to force a nonsense justification […]
Marco Rubio may have a strong opponent, but it may not even be Hillary Clinton or other Democrats or even Republicans in the primaries. It is Univision, a Spanish language TV network.
1/11/2017 - NBC News Writes Puff Piece on Obama’s Legacy Among Latinos
11/5/2016 - NBC News: Oh Look, Tim Kaine Gave a Speech in Spanish!
10/13/2016 - Wikileaks Emails Dump: Clinton Campaign Chief asked Hillary Clinton to Call ‘Needy Latinos’
7/19/2016 - Latino college students speak up about the 2016 election
6/14/2016 - New York Times Highlights Latinos and Gays
2/25/2016 - Rubio Rising: Leads Trump, Cruz in Poll of Hispanic Republicans
9/29/2015 - Asians Projected to Outnumber Hispanics as Largest Immigrant Group, Study finds
5/15/2015 - VIDEO: Chris Matthews says GOP Views Hispanics like Infrastructure
5/12/2015 - Mark Halperin’s Apology to Ted Cruz is Awful
4/19/2015 - Univision vs. Marco Rubio: Hispanic Media Biased
6/22/2012 - MSNBC: Romney More Comfortable on ‘White’ Fox News