Soros Group Promises to Turn Out Millions of Hispanics to Beat Donald Trump in 2020
George Soros and company are making an attempt to boost Hispanic voter turnout during the 2020 election cycle.
According to a report from John Binder of Breitbart News, United We Dream activists stated during a press call that they are “powering up” their members to increase turnout among millions of new Hispanic voters during the 2020 election cycle.
This organization takes mass migration boosting to a whole new level.
Binder points out that “The group has long advocated for an amnesty for all 11 to 22 million illegal aliens and, specifically, the nearly 800,000 illegal aliens enrolled in former President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.”
George Soros’ Open Society Foundations has donated to United We Dream since 2015.
“We know that in order to defend immigrants, protect DACA and defend our democracy, that Trump must be defeated this November,” United We Dream Executive Director Cristina Jiménez remarked, according to NBC News.
Jiménez revealed that United We Dream is targeting approximately 2.5 million Hispanic Americans who have family members that are DACA illegal aliens.
United We Dream is not alone in trying to crank up the vote, groups such as the SEIU, the Sunrise Movement, the Soros-funded Center for Popular Democracy, the Youth Alliance, and LUCHA Arizona are pitching in.
United We Dream is also jumping on the Black Lives Matter “Defund the police” bandwagon. The organization has asserted that arresting and deporting illegal aliens “are rooted in white supremacy and systemic racism.”
The good news is that Hispanics are not a monolithic vote that puts the Republican Party in immediate danger. Even in recent polls, Trump’s Hispanic support has not faltered.
Hispanics may not actually be as fanatically anti-Trump as certain segments of the population.
In fact, certain reports from Breitbart News indicated that 69 percent of Hispanics support restricting legal migration during the Wuhan virus pandemic.
Hispanics aren’t going to fall for cheap immigration demagoguery and actually need to be engaged in a constructive matter when doing political outreach to them.
The Trump campaign should continue pushing for law and order and not relent in making immigration restriction its top priority.