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Guess How Much of the Latino Vote Republicans Got In 2018



President Donald Trump’s Republican Party received 32 percent of the Latino vote in the 2018 midterm elections, according to a survey from the Associated Press.

Though Republicans lost the House due to numerous retirements and outgoing speaker Paul Ryan’s well-documented refusal to help the GOP hang on, the numbers around the country show very positive signs for Trump going into 2020 — and very problematic signs for the pro-Democrat mainstream media.

The AP reports: “In November’s elections, 32 percent of Latinos voted for Republicans, according to AP VoteCast data. The survey of more than 115,000 midterm voters — including 7,738 Latino voters — was conducted for The Associated Press by NORC at the University of Chicago. Other surveys also found roughly one-third of Latinos supporting the GOP. Data from the Pew Research Center and from exit polls suggests that a comparable share of about 3 in 10 Latino voters supported Trump in 2016. That tracks the share of Latinos supporting Republicans for the last decade.”

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Common sense dictates that legal immigrants and American citizens in our neglected lower classes don’t want illegal immigrants pouring over our Southern border, and thus even constant mainstream media agitation cannot deter the American people from supporting President Donald Trump’s proposed Wall.

I reported Friday:

President Donald Trump is standing strong in his face-off with congressional Democrats and refusing to re-open the federal government without the $5 billion he needs to build a magnificent Wall on our southern border.

President Trump is now threatening to close down the U.S.-Mexico border altogether if Congress does not move to swallow their stubborn pride and finally do the right thing for the American people.

Congress has adjourned until December 31, which gives Chuck Schumer more time to look at himself in the mirror and possibly experience a fleeting moment of moral conscience. It also gives Mitch McConnell more time to think about his refusal to use the nuclear option to pass the Wall with 51 votes, which Republicans could do at literally any time (no excuse so far offered by Team Mitch actually makes any sense).

President Trump, who initially claimed credit for the shutdown before moderate-minded people convinced him to play the “Blame the other side” game and pretend that shutdowns are bad, is now only two weeks away from the all-time shutdown record of 21 consecutive days set by then-Speaker Newt Gingrich over Christmas 1995. Newt got big concessions out of Bill Clinton, leading to a period of economic prosperity.

President Trump is not trying to set the record, he is merely trying to protect our people from the many criminal gangs that push heroin over our border, ensnaring our American people in lives of addiction and crime. The heroin trade gives massive amounts of undue power to the cartels, who control stretches of U.S. territory and grease the palms of American officials to look the other way. And the Republican Party and mainstream media television networks get nice and fat on pharmaceutical money from campaign contributions and TV commercials. Pharmaceutical companies, shilling their synthetic heroin, feed the fixes of heroin addicts after they cycle through our interminably broken drug-based criminal justice system, which is an entire economy unto itself.

Trump’s position is strong. The media charlatans are exploiting an illegal immigrant child dying of influenza in U.S. custody — which would never have happened if we had a Wall — because they are running out of talking points. The Dow Jones Industrial Average had two strong days in a row after Christmas, erasing the losses of the Federal Reserve-engineered Christmas Eve plunge. Schumer is running out of cards in his deck. Those who know the man might say that Chuck was never playing with a full deck to begin with.

I tried to ask Mitch McConnell why he won’t just use the nuclear option to get the Wall done, but Mitch’s staff refused to answer and instead called the cops on me. For some reason, thanks primarily to Fox News, Mitch is getting a pass in all of this.

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Michael Bloomberg Insulted the Intelligence of American Farmers in 2016

The metropolitan elite claims anyone can be a farmer. But not a coder.



Michael Bloomberg spoke of American terms in dismissive terms in 2016, claiming that they performed simple and easy labor and stating that they could not perform a computer coder’s job.

I could teach anybody – even people in this room, no offense intended – to be a farmer,” Bloomberg said at Oxford University’s Said School of Business. “It’s a process. You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn. You could learn that.

Anyone with a passing familiarity of agriculture could quite easily debunk Bloomberg’s reaching oversimplification. Farming is an ancient trade that involves generations of wisdom, requiring knowledge of planting practices, soil quality, and yield estimates, not mentioning the additional discipline of animal husbandry.

Not satisfied with his first display of white collar elitism, Bloomberg went on to slight manufacturing workers and tradesmen.

Then we had 300 years of the industrial society. You put the piece of metal in the lathe, you turn the crank in direction of an arrow, and you can have a job.

It’d probably be pretty funny to see the Wall Street investment banker and former New York City mayor work as a machinist for a day.

He went on to clarify that working as a coder represents the peak utilization of human intellectual capacity.

He said programming is “fundamentally different, because it’s built around replacing people with technology and the skill sets you need to learn are how to think and analyze and that is a whole degree level different, you need to have different skill set. You have to have a lot more gray matter.

Computer programming does provide great utility to society, as do farmers and welders. Bloomberg seems inherently ignorant of the benefits different skill sets provide to America.

Considering he’s trying to buy the presidency, Bloomberg nominally hopes to win states with large rural populations such as Ohio and Pennsylvania in 2020. If so, he’s probably hoping his dismissive remarks will go straight down the memory hole with his widely unpopular stop-and-frisk policies as mayor.

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