at a few thousand migrants shipped to liberal locations like New York City, Washington, D.C., and Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts. The arrival of about 50 migrants in Martha’s Vineyard on Sept. 14 was greeted by 19 minutes of coverage over multiple nights. This made a few dozen migrants about 6,000 times more newsworthy than the rest of the 2.37 million who crossed the southern border. CLICK HERE TO GET THE OPINION NEWSLETTER Biden goes almost entirely unscathed when the border crisis makes the news. We found only two negative comments (not counting comments by Republican and Democrat partisans). Only ABC suggested any blame of the Biden administration. On Sept. 20, ABC viewers heard correspondent Rachel Scott shout a question as Biden tried to leave an event: “Why is the border more overwhelmed under your watch, Mr. President?” Broadcast evening news barely connected Biden to the border crisis. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes) By contrast, we tallied 26 negative comments about the Republican governors, compared with only a single nonpartisan comment supporting their tactics. ABC’s Mary Bruce denounced the Martha’s Vineyard shipment as “a stunt using human beings to score political points.” By contrast, for many years now, the networks have boosted illegal immigrants as somehow the best possible citizens imaginable. They’ve touted a pile of valedictorians while ignoring the murderers and rapists. Any negative news on immigrants is “manufactured.” It can’t possibly be real. This, from the people who routinely scream about “misinformation.” CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM TIM GRAHAM Tim Graham is the Executive Editor of NewsBusters.org and co-author with Brent Bozell of “Unmasked: Big Media’s War Against Trump.”
Do Latino voters have buyer’s remorse for Democrats? Fox News host Lawrence Jones sits down with Latino voters to discuss the biggest issues ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Listen to this article 0:00 / 5:02 1X BeyondWords Latinos across the nation are looking for leaders championing the American Dream, not destroying it. And as the fastest growing ethnic community in the United States, their political clout could tip the scales for Republicans come November. The numbers don’t lie. In 2004, when Hispanic voter engagement really started taking center stage, Latinos made up 14.3 percent of the population, or 40.5 million, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In 2020, Hispanics accounted for 62.1 million, or 18.9 percent of the U.S. population, with 60,000 Latinos turning 18-years-old every month. With this growing voting pool, it’s much more than mariachis, breakfast tacos, and bodegas, especially since Hispanic-American voter turnout continues growing. In 2004, it was six percent of the overall turnout, or approximately 7.5 million votes. From 2016-2020 there was upwards of 30 percent growth resulting in approximately 16.1 million votes. Reducing Hispanics and their importance as voters to a stereotype has been working against the Democrat Party since I started in politics. However, it is just now that the reality of the situation is setting in. HISPANICS REJECTING DEMOCRAT PARTY FOR GOP OVER CONCERNS ABOUT ECONOMY, CRIME, AND FAMILY VALUES Video I have made a career of engaging the ever-growing constituency of Latinos for the better part of 20 years. From my days as a volunteer registering voters in Los Angeles, CA to serving in the White House, I know the strategy, grit and hard work it takes
to build a national coalition state-by-state and neighborhood-by-neighborhood. Engaging and mobilizing the Hispanic vote takes much more than knocking on doors and making calls, it is about sharing with the people, it is about delivering for the people, and it is about giving a voice to the people. President George W. Bush’s campaign was a prime example of this where we garnered 44 percent of the Latino vote. Fast-forward to 2020, where President Trump won 38 percent of the Hispanic electorate, not because he spoke Spanish, but because he spoke the language of Latino values— faith, family and opportunity. And that scenario is currently playing itself out again on the national stage. Democrats are bleeding Latino support and that is a direct result of a party hijacked by a far-Left extremist branch, drowning in the in-roads President Donald J. Trump was able to make with this once historically reliable voting bloc. This noticeable shift in the Hispanic community is benefiting the Republican Party because we have gone back to the basics. We have seen how overcoming superficial impressions and truly understanding Hispanics, as Americans, goes a long way. Video Like all residents of the United States, Latinos are suffering under the weight of record gas and grocery prices, rampant crime, disastrous border policies, labor shortages and a progressive agenda in our children’s education. According to a Pew Research Center poll, eight in ten Hispanic registered voters (80 percent) say the economy is very important in making their decision for the 2022 midterm elections. Education and violent crime come in at 70 percent for these same voters. Latinos want solutions to the economic problems affecting
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