All of a Sudden, Amnesty is a Loser?
Liberals are getting scared as they realize how bad this fall is going to be for them.
Check it out:
This is from TheHill.com. This is no conservative publication. “Immigration Reform Fizzles as Campaign Issue for Democrats.”
Now, isn’t it amazing, folks, how quickly things change? Just a couple of months ago, just back in May, remember the news media was telling us that Republicans didn’t stand a chance unless they rebranded themselves and reached out to the Hispanic community by embracing immigration reform and amnesty. And if they didn’t do that they may as well not field a candidate in 2016, that’s how bad it was.
If the Republicans didn’t sign on to amnesty right now, if they didn’t get this done before the November elections, it was sayonara. It was fini. It was totala completa fini! It was over, done, and they may as well quit. Yet here we are, with TheHill.com now telling us, quote, “Latino voters, who are the most energized about overhauling the nation’s immigration laws, will have little impact on the battle for control of the Senate, with the possible exception of Sen. Mark Udall’s (D) race in Colorado.”
Now, what’s happened here?
In two months, Latino voters “will have little impact on the battle for control of the Senate.” This is, by the way, the result of polling data. The writer here is Alexander Bolton. This is not his assertion. This is the result of polling data. That’s my point about how quickly things change in politics. Just two months ago the Republicans were dead unless they signed on to amnesty.
Now in July, we’ve got data which says that Latino voters are not even going to be a factor in Senate races coming up. Is that not stunning? How does that happen in two months? Well, we all know how it happened. It’s called open borders for unaccompanied children from Central America. It’s called being inundated with 300,000 illegals since April alone. The Democrats overplayed their hand here, at this point in time.