Representative Maria Salazar says Democrats failed the Hispanic community: “We are Americans, we are not socialists”
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Fox News host Trey Gowdy invited Rep. Maria Salazar, R-Fla., On “Sunday Night in America” to discuss the changing political appeals from the Hispanic community.
Recent polls have shown that Hispanics are now split evenly between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party. Support for Republicans and Democrats is tied at 37%, with 22% responding that they were undecided, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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While some claim this is a rebuke of President Biden’s administration, Salazar insisted it was a sign Hispanics recognize similar shared values. by the Republican Party.
“We share the same values that are embedded in the Republican Party. God fearing, law abiding, paying taxes. Not only that, that we are Americans, we are not socialists. We want to come into the country and we want to contribute “Said Salazar.
She further bolstered her community’s pride, saying, “Why do you think we come here? Because we want to contribute. It’s not because we want to go to Disney World or shop on Saks Fifth Avenue. We want to come here and contribute. We know that the American exception awaits us, the promised land. And the economic policies that were put in place under the last administration have helped everyone.
As for Democrats, Salazar noted that Hispanic voters are likely beginning to realize the Democratic Party’s failure to support and assist their community in its efforts to achieve the American Dream.
“We realized after 30 years, after Ronald Reagan who was the last president who gave this community any kind of legality. We realized after 30 years that the Democratic Party played political football. So I tell my community that you have to be with the one who serves your values and the one who solves your problems, “said Salazar.” We come here for two things. We come because we know this is the promised land, we want to share these fruits. And we want to have a better economy. We want to be able to go from rags to wealth, that’s what The American Exception promises. “
Salazar used her story as an example, noting how her parents were exiled from Cuba 60 years ago and ultimately raised a daughter to become a state representative.
However, Gowdy and Salazar also acknowledged that Republicans had also failed to get a message across to the Hispanic community. She called on her party members to reach out to these disenfranchised voters.
“What we need to do is send the message that we want to take care of these Hispanics. We’re going to seal the border because my community, we don’t want this happening, disarray at the border. be able to legally enter, contribute and live the American dream, ”said Salazar.
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In conclusion, Salazar criticized the Democratic Party, noting that it advocates a Marxist ideology that Hispanics do not support.
“We know that, unfortunately, the Democratic Party has been infiltrated by Democratic Socialists who are ultimately Marxists. So we recognize – from Mexicans to Cubans, Hondurans, Nicaraguans, Colombians – we have recognized what Marxism and socialism mean and we don’t want it, “Salazar concluded.
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