We are constantly bombarded by liberals employing the use of the “race card” or the term “racism” whenever they encounter something they disagree with. However, the real racism that plagues our society comes from within the Democratic Party who refuses to allow minorities to think for themselves, slamming them as not being black enough or brown enough if they should decide that the Republican Party lines up more with their own personally held values.
A perfect example of this comes from the Democrats who run the Congressional Hispanic Caucus who have blocked freshman Latina lawmaker Mayra Flores from joining the committee. Flores, according to Fox News, flipped a long-held blue House seat red earlier in the year.
The congresswoman went on to reveal that she was denied entry into the CHC due to her party affiliation. But remember, folks. The Democratic Party all about coexisting with each other and being tolerant of the viewpoint of others. As long as those differing viewpoints are exactly like the viewpoints they hold to, which, of course, makes zero logical sense. That doesn’t bother the left though.
“As the first Mexican-born American Congresswoman, I thought the Hispanic Caucus would be open to working together,” Flores remarked. “This denial once again proves a bias towards conservative Latinas that don’t fit their narrative or ideology.”
“The CHC is the largest working group within Congress for lawmakers of Hispanic and Latino descent. Its membership is made up of roughly 40 lawmakers from both the House and Senate,” Fox News said.
Fox then revealed the CHC defended its decision to not allow Flores to join the organization saying it’s for Democrats only and that the Texas congresswoman holds many “extreme” views that conflict with the group’s mission.
“Per our bylaws, the CHC is now for Democratic Members,” a spokesman for the caucus stated. “Rep. Flores’ extreme MAGA values and their attacks on Latinos and our nation’s democracy on January 6 do not align with CHC values.”
“The party of ‘inclusion’ does it again,” Flores responded.
“The CHC was a bipartisan working group until 2003, when it splintered over U.S. policy toward Cuba. At the time, the caucus’s five GOP members opted to create the Congressional Hispanic Conference,” Fox stated.
Ever since then, the two groups have been divided by political party, however the CHC has been far more vocal due to the fact it has a bigger membership. The GOP Congressional Hispanic Conference currently only has a total membership of nine individuals.
Given the fact the CHC has more of a voice, Republicans have been attempting to break the strict Democrats-only rule. Back in 2017, GOP Rep. Carlos Curbello of Florida also had his request for membership rejected due to his party affiliation.
“Last time I checked, I’m Black, and Mayra is Latina. These Democrats care more about the ‘R’ than our race,” Rep. Byron Donalds, a Florida Republican who himself was denied entry into the Congressional Black Caucus last year due to being a Republican, went on to say about the matter.