Jill Biden told an audience of Hispanic people in San Antonio that they are as diverse as breakfast tacos. There’s not really a good way to sugarcoat that, is there? Aside from hitting a Hispanic child in the neck with your elbow, which Nancy Pelosi did last week, it’s hard to think of a more perfect distillation of how Democrats actually feel about the Hispanic people they so desperately need to vote for them.
Jill Biden is like the prototype of the liberal wine lady – a woman with a deeply unhappy personal life who wants to boss everyone else around and expects everyone to have the same trendy views about politics as she does. Fortunately, Hispanics aren’t buying it.
Jill Biden was delivering a speech at the LatinX IncluXion Luncheon (a title so woke that I had to override spellcheck just to type it out for you). Here’s what she said to the Hispanic audience, out loud and on camera:
“Raul helped build this organization with the understanding that the diversity of this community – as distinct as the bodegas of the Bronx, as beautiful as the blossoms of Miami, and as unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio – is your strength.”
She even butchered the pronunciation of “bodegas” just to hammer home the point: The woman has no clue about Hispanics, their culture, their language or their political concerns.
Not that she’s much different from any other liberal wine lady. Jill Biden holds actual Hispanic voters in complete contempt, and it shows from her comparing them to breakfast tacos.
Mrs. Joe Biden is so dimwitted that she apparently doesn’t know that breakfast tacos are more of a “Texas thing” than a Hispanic thing. That line probably played well when her speechwriters tested it out in front of a focus group.
You’re as unique as a breakfast taco!
Can you imagine what would have happened if Donald Trump had ever said something as racist as that to Hispanics during the 2016 campaign? The media would STILL be talking about it. Trump probably would have been impeached a third time if he had said something as blatantly stupid as that.
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ), to their credit, issued a short and blistering statement to Jill Biden:
“We are not tacos.”
But oh, to the contrary, Hispanic voters. To the Democrat Party, that truly is all that you are. Remember the DNC email leak from 2016? In internal emails, the Democrat Party called its own Hispanic voter outreach program “Operation Taco Bowl.” They meant it. They view you and your culture as tacos, sombreros, Speedy Gonzalez cartoons and snare drum-trumpet-accordion music. They actively despise you.
The NAHJ continued:
“NAHJ encourages Dr. Biden and her speech writing team to take the time in the future to better understand the complexities of our people and communities.”
Nah. Why would they do that when they can just call America racist and expect Hispanics to bloc vote for them the same way that black voters do?
Hispanics don’t have the same grievances as black voters, so they’ve never actually bought into the America-is-racist idea. They recognize that idea as a bunch of mierda de caballo. If Jill Biden and her speech writing team had spent five minutes talking to Hispanic families in San Antonio, they’d know exactly what their real grievances are.
Hispanics are struggling because of the high Biden gas prices and the high Biden grocery prices. They’re embarrassed by the humiliating Biden withdrawal from Afghanistan. They’re extremely worried about how Joe Biden has turned the US military into another Drag Queen Story Hour, which is going to lose a major war against China or Russia (or both). They’re upset about how the Biden economy is crushing their families and making it harder and harder to make ends meet – especially after the Trump economy managed to hit a near-impossible zero percent inflation not that long ago.
Oh, wait. I think I just figured out why Jill Biden and her speech writing team didn’t want to talk to Hispanic voters. They knew they’d get those answers, so it’s best to just avoid the subject, right?
It’s going to send shockwaves through the electorate when Hispanics vote RepubliXan in record numbers this November.