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A former official in the George W. Bush administration, has penned Washington Post op-ed urging “fellow ” Latinos” to vote President of the trump out of the office, saying Republicans “lost control of the monster to create the he helped.”
Abel Guerra, who served as associate director of public liaison in the Bush White House, the GOP is a party that tolerates racism, and look the other way, while the current President of our community be degraded and destroyed America.”
“I know little about this,” Guerra wrote in his piece, published on Wednesday. “I’m a Republican. I worked in the George W. Bush the White house. And I say to my fellow Latinos: I’m not asking that you are a Democrat. But I ask you to vote in the President trump out of the office.”
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Guerra cited trump the rhetoric and the mass shooting that left 22 dead in the last month, in El Paso, Texas, Walmart. The alleged shooter drove from the Dallas-Fort Worth area to the border town to target Mexicans in the Aug. 3 massacre.
In his Manifesto, he warned of a ” Latin “invasion” of Texas.
El Paso is located across from Cuidad Juarez, Mexico. Many critics of the current government, the debt-to-asset for the incitement to hatred on the Spaniards, and immigrants through its policies and incendiary political rally rhetoric.
“From day 1, Trump out of his white supremacy spits out view, to stop promising the invasion of immigrants and calls for a rhetoric of resentment and revenge against the ‘other.’ No matter our background, we have been slandered, as invaders, as the illegal marked and degraded as subhuman. The silence of prominent Republicans is deafening,” Guerra.
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He urged the Republicans to “dust off your moral compass” and remember what the party. He said that the GOP could be heavy losses in Congress will suffer if he decides not to by this President.
Hispanics are expected to be the largest racial or ethnic minority in the year 2020, the electorate, with 32 million eligible voters, according to the Pew Research Center.
Trump won with 29 percent of the Hispanic vote in the 2016 presidential elections.