When CNN profiled Border Hispanics for Trump – a pro-Trump group of Hispanics near the border who want to help Trump capture the Latino vote in 2020 – and their leader, Ray Baca, the mainstream media outlet’s bias against our president was glaring.
CNN reporter Nick Valencia interjected the notion that “Trump is racist” several times when speaking to Baca, but he didn’t go along with it.
Donned in a MAGA hat, Baca set things straight, politely telling Valencia,
“I disagree. I really don’t think he’s said things that are racist.”
Baca also told Valencia that President Trump is the one “who most closely represents my values.”
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Townhallhas more to say:
The Democratic Party is great at capturing the minority vote. In fact, the Democrats have been great at telling Hispanics, African Americans and women that they should automatically vote for the Democratic Party. People are finally waking up and realizing that their values align more with the Republican Party than the Democrats. And that has people campaigning hard for President Donald Trump's reelection efforts.
"I look at President Trump as the one who most closely represents my values," 65-year-old Ray Baca, the Chairman of Border Hispanics for Trump, told CNN.
"People will hear that and say 'Values? What values does the president have.' So when you say 'values,' what do you mean?" CNN's Nick Valencia asked.
"I mean supporting things that I support, like being against abortion, being for limited government involvement, being for border security," Baca explained.
The Daily Wire also added:
CNN profiled a pro-Trump Latino group on Thursday that calls itself “Border Hispanics For Trump” and is campaigning hard for President Donald Trump’s re-election.
The chairman of the organization, Ray Baca, who lives in El Paso, Texas, has made it his mission to win over as many Latinos to the GOP as possible, arguing that Republicans align more closely with the values that Latinos share than the increasingly radical Democratic Party.
“I look at President Trump as the one who most closely represents my values,” Baca told CNN, adding that he was talking about things like “being against abortion, being for limited government involvement, being for border security.”
“How can you still support somebody who they see as saying racist things against the Latino community?” CNN’s Nick Valencia asked.
“I disagree,” Baca fired back. “I really don’t think he’s said things that are racist.”
Baca later added, “We need to get our Hispanic brethren to quit voting Democrat simply because that’s what they have always voted.”