RE: 2020 Primary Polling Proves the ‘Latino Vote’ Isn’t at All Monolithic
This is the sort of ridiculous drivel Fredocon's with last names like 'Gonzalez' roll out to 'dispell myths' that no sensible person ever believed in the first place. If it weren't for the fact that 'urinalists' like Gonzalez repeat talking points instead of doing research and thinking no one would believe the 'myths' they 'dispell' in the first place.
It doesn't matter if 'Latinospanics' are not an electoral 'monolith'.
It's an artificial category anyway and the only ones who count are Mexicans.
A whopping 28% of Latinospanics voted for Trump in 2016.
Yes, you read that right. The largest Latinspanic group in the US voted 72% against the Republican candidate.
So Mike Gonzalez is right, Mexicans are not a monolithic voting block. They just vote 72% against White people.
Cubans are 0.7% of the U.S. population (2018).
Mexicans are 18.3% of the U. S. population (2018).
Who gives a crap how the Cubans vote? They're not a relevant political force nationally. If they weren't all clustered in Florida, no one would care about their votes in the nationals.
You said it yourself. They (Cubans) are a significant voting block in Florida, which has the same 29 electoral votes as New York. (Most Americans have not noticed the growing importance of Florida in national elections.)
Yeah, but Florida is already dicey because of Mexicans and Jews, it's going to 'go Blue' at some point in the not-to-distant future.
I suspect it's too late for the Sailer Strategy at this point.
In my view, the only way Whites can have political authority again that allows them to pursue their interests is through secession and separation.