Democrats maintain a razor-thin majority in the U.S. Senate.
Chuck Schumer will need a miracle to hang on to control of the Senate after November.
And Chuck Schumer’s face drained of blood after he heard this startling prediction.
Chuck Schumer is in full on panic mode.
The Midterms are rapidly approaching.
And the country is falling apart under Joe Biden’s failed Presidency.
Biden’s approval rating is at rock bottom and threatens to drag down Democrats across the board.
With such a small majority in the Senate, Schumer has no room for error this fall.
Traditionally, Democrats have depended on the Hispanic vote to help them win elections.
However, during Donald Trump’s time in office, Hispanic voters began leaving the Democrat Party in droves over their radical agenda.
Miami, Florida was ground zero for this shift to the GOP among Hispanics.
Since many of the Hispanic voters in Miami came to America to escape authoritarian, left-wing governments, they were put off by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other Democrats cozying up to socialist leaders in Latin America.
Miami’s Republican Mayor Francis Suarez appeared on Fox News to talk about this change among Hispanics.
“There’s a misperception that Hispanic voters across the country only care about one issue, which is immigration, and I think that’s absolutely false,” Suarez said.
“I think Hispanic voters across the country care about the things that everybody cares about. They want prosperity for themselves and for their children, they want low taxes, they want to be safe in their communities,” he continued.
“And I think it’s apparent that the Republican Party is addressing those issues not only at the city level, but certainly at the national level, and it’s resonating,” he added.
Suarez argued that kitchen table issues like inflation and the cost of living are the top concerns for Hispanics.
“I was recently with the Mayors of Austin, Denver, and New York, and they’re seeing a 50% increase in rents across the country,” Suarez remarked.
He called it a “scary situation.”
“People are not earning a return on investment, and they’re losing purchasing power, so money’s literally being taken out of their pocket,” he stated.
“And that is a big issue for Hispanic communities across the country. They feel that government spending is out of control, and they want a smaller government, they want lower taxes, and they want a pro-family agenda,” he concluded.
Suarez knows the Hispanic community and how they vote very well.
Numerous polls also show that the GOP is leading with Hispanics.
Even modest GOP gains among Hispanics in Arizona and Nevada, which are home to two of the most endangered incumbent Democrat Senators in the country, could flip the two seats Red.
And as November gets closer, the collapsing support for Democrats among Hispanic voters will keep Chuck Schumer up late at night.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.