Ring the alarm! They are doomed after their most treasured immigrants have turned their backs on them!
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A race for mayor in south texas has absolutely devastated the Democrats – the town elected a former chairman of a local county-level Republican Party!
“Republicans celebrated Javier Villalobos’ narrow win in the mayor’s race in McAllen, Texas, on Saturday even though the race is technically nonpartisan,” according to Fox News. “Villalobos, an attorney, was appointed to the Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Board by Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott in 2018 and is the former chair of the Hidalgo County GOP.”
“Let me start by thanking the voters, my team, my family & everyone who helped run this campaign,” Villalobos wrote on Facebook. “Thank you, McAllen for trusting & believing in me. I promise to not let you down.”
Abbott was the “bigger man”, congratulating Villalobos publically on Twitter.
Javier Villalobos is a proven leader who cares deeply about the people of the Rio Grande Valley.
— Texans for Abbott (@AbbottCampaign) June 6, 2021
And there were many more congratulations to come!
Amazing news! McAllen, Texas is a major border town of 140,000 people. 85% Hispanic — and just elected a Republican mayor.
The macro realignment accelerates in South Texas, and elsewhere, as Hispanics rally to America First:
— Steve Cortes (@CortesSteve) June 6, 2021
BIG win for Republicans tonight in a border community.
Biden’s border crisis has real world ramifications for communities across the country, especially in cities like McAllen. https://t.co/9FrUuWfx3Y
— Nathan Brand (@NathanBrandWA) June 6, 2021
As well as “sounding the panic alarm” tweets…
A GOP county chair just won a race for mayor of McAllen, Texas, a city that’s 85% Latino. Hillary won the county by 40 points.
If the Democratic Party doesn’t get serious about Latino outreach, we’re in big trouble.
— Sawyer Hackett (@SawyerHackett) June 6, 2021
Both rightly rejected Biden and Harris’ failed policies and voted for the GOP. Whether rejecting a crisis at the border or a squandered economic recovery, these municipalities moved decidedly toward the GOP, because our policies work. (2/2)
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) June 6, 2021
And let this piece of last month’s New York Times article sink in…
“Hispanic Republicans, especially women, have become something of political rock stars in South Texas after voters in the Rio Grande Valley shocked leaders in both parties in November by swinging sharply toward the G.O.P. That conservative surge — and the liberal decline — has buoyed the Republican Party’s hopes about its ability to draw Hispanic voters into what has long been an overwhelmingly white political coalition and to challenge Democrats in heavily Latino regions across the country.”