State Democrats in Florida are in the midst of an internal battle for the future of their party following difficult losses in the 2020 election.
A relatively comfortable victory for President Donald Trump in the state coupled with disappointing down-ballot defeats has the national battle between progressives and establishment Democrats playing out in the sunshine state as well, according to new reporting from Politico.
Despite Joe Biden becoming the President-elect, one of the major stories out of election night was President Trump’s apparent overperformance among Latino voters, particularly in Miami-Dade County. Miami-Dade is the most populous county in Florida and is about 65% Latino, according to the 2010 census.
Trump won 46% of the vote there, a sizable jump from winning just 34% in 2016. Politico interviewed a number of prominent Florida Democrats to get their take on what went wrong for the party in their state.
“The state leadership of the Biden campaign failed us,” said Daniela Ferrara, co-founder of Cubanos con Biden. Democrats’ inability to distance themselves from GOP messaging casting them as anti-police and pro-socialism hurt them with Latino voters in south Florida, Politico says.
Dems have demonstrated they have no respect for American citizens, the Bill of Rights, or the Constitution.
They want to keep an ‘enemies list’ of political opponents.
The Demleft divides us into two classes of people: Those who believe in the socialist agenda they push, and the unwashed heathens who refuse to buy their shit sandwich. That was made abundantly clear during the Obama regime.
They call us “white supremacists” and “Nazis” because we fought to save this country from socialist malfeasants.
There are hundreds of documented reports of violence against Trump supporters.
There’s a steady barrage of death threats, assaults, and filth-laden tantrums on social media from unhinged left-wing journos, college professors, and disgruntled Hillary voters who hate the fact that Trump was elected.
That’s what went wrong.