One of the charges radical lefties just love to levy against President Trump is that he’s some sort of cruel, mean, racist who hates Latinos and Hispanics.
The media spins this narrative because the president actually believes we’re a nation of laws, and should enforce those laws to keep illegals — many of which are violent criminals — from entering our country.
Well, as it turns out, the Hispanic community actually gives Trump a higher approval rating than other Americans.
According to The Washington Examiner:
Hispanic support for Donald Trump has surged since Election Day, and now tops that of the president’s overall approval rating.
In its latest survey, Zogby Analytics said that Hispanic support has hit 45 percent, two points higher than the president’s generic approval.
That is 55 percent higher than the total Latino vote for Trump in the election. He won just 29 percent.
“The biggest surprise in this new poll is Trump’s approval among Hispanic voters, which is at 45 percent approval/51 percent disapproval. In February the numbers were less among Hispanics at 39 percent approval/53 percent disapproval,” said Zogby.
The surge comes as Trump’s overall approval rating fell from 48 percent to 43 percent in Zogby’s latest survey.
What’s truly hilarious is that the uptick in his popularity among Hispanic voters coincides with his push for better border security funding.
It doesn’t take a genius to clearly see Hispanic voters — the majority of whom are lovely law abiding citizens who put the hard work and effort into coming to this country legally — appreciate Trump going to great lengths to protect our nation from those who want to take a shortcut in making their dreams come true.
These individuals have worked really hard to be able to come to America, and they see all of that effort tarnished by the constant capitulation of leftist politicians calling the shots in favor of illegals waltzing in.
These new poll numbers are clear evidence that the idea of strict immigration laws aren’t racist in the slightest, and are, in fact, the route we need to take in order to ensure America is prosperous for future generations.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]