Laura Ingraham mocks Democratic outreach to minority voters, suggests they concentrate on white voters instead
Ingraham: "For those liberals who put all their hopes in being saved by changing demography, well, here’s a news flash: This is the percentage of white non-college graduate voters”
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From the April 8 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:
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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Wages for most Americans are going up now, not because of government mandates, but because of Trump's policies. What are they? Lower taxes, less regulation, pressure on China trade cheating, and a tighter labor market for all working people. So, the Democrats' answer is higher taxes, more regulations, more low-wage laborers flooding into America.
That's exactly the opposite of what most working-class voters want. Oh, oh, for those liberals who put all their hopes in being saved by changing demography, well, here's a news flash: This is the percentage of white non-college graduate voters in a handful of key states.
In Iowa, they make up 62 percent of the population. In Michigan, 54 percent of the population, Ohio, 55 percent, Pennsylvania, 51 percent, and Wisconsin, 58 percent.
Trump does really well with that group, obviously.
Today's radicalized Democrat Party has moved further away from the voters they need to win in 2020. They still have no clue. It's unbelievable, really -- how to speak to the working-class white voters, let alone how to get their votes. They look down their elitist noses at all working people of all backgrounds. And their values? Come on.