(National Sentinel)Â Red Wave: Just days after Democrats lost a closely-watched special election in Ohio — a loss they are attempting to spin as a ‘victory’ of sorts — new polling data indicate that the party of the donkey is losing support among a key constituency: Hispanics.
Even though POTUS Donald Trump is supposedly the biggest racist bigot to have ever won the presidency,Â his support among minorities just continues to rise, leaving one Democratic pollster “flabbergasted.”
AsÂ The Western Journal reports:
Liberal pollsters are saying they are confounded by the fact that large numbers of Latinos are supporting President Donald Trump instead of anti-Trump Democrats.
â€œMy instant analysis is itâ€™s because of the economy,â€ Fernand Amandi, principal at the Democrat polling firm Bendixen & Amandi International, toldÂ CNN.
â€œThese are people who are not necessarily paying attention to every inning of political baseball,â€ he said. â€œThey are working. They are maybe getting a little bit more money.â€
And that translates into support. The most recent NBC/Wall Street Journal national poll found Trumpâ€™s approval rating at 39 percent among Latinos. Thatâ€™s well about [sic] the 28 percent of the Latino vote he received in the 2016 election.
Amandi said Latinos shouldn’t be supporting POTUS Trump because he’s a racist bigot who hates them — as evidenced by his ‘positions’ on illegal immigration (which are:Â let’s enforce our border security and immigration laws).
â€œI still think itâ€™s a little too soon to push the panic button, but having said that, we are not seeing the types of numbers with Hispanic voters that we should be seeing with the most hostile person to ever hold public office against Hispanics as the president,â€ he said. â€œAnd that in and of itself is a concern.
He shouldn’t be. Hispanics generally favor law and order, which isn’t the same as being “hostile” to an ethnic group.
â€œThe reality is there are about one-third of Texas Hispanics who hold relatively restrictionist attitudes on immigration, support Republican positions, support Republican candidates. â€¦Â Itâ€™s not that Trump comes along and Texas Hispanics are saying: â€˜Whatâ€™s going on here?â€™ Itâ€™s what has been going on here, and they have already arrived at those opinions,â€ saidÂ Joshua Blank, manager of polling and research at the University of Texas at Austinâ€™s Texas Politics Project.
POTUS Trump isn’t just improving his approval rating with Hispanics.Â His approval among blacks has beenÂ steadily rising as well.
POTUS Trumpâ€™s approval rating among blacks has reachedÂ 29 percent, up from just 15 percent this time a year ago and nearly nothing when he beat the corrupt Hillary Clinton.
Today’s @realDonaldTrump approval ratings among black voters: 29%
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) August 2, 2018
Nearly every political analysis from the usual suspects â€”Â Washington Post, CNN, NY Times,Â and nearly all cable news networks â€” continue to base predictions of Democratic congressional wins this year and beyondÂ on the belief that the Democratic PartyÂ owns the minority vote.
It obviouslyÂ doesnâ€™t ownÂ a significant â€” and rising â€” portion of the minority vote. And as POTUS Trump’s pro-growth policies continue to lift more Americans of all ethnicities out of poverty,Â he’ll become even more popular with blacks and Hispanics.
That popping sound you hear isÂ the explosion of Democrats’ heads.