Jorge Masvidal, a mixed martial arts fighter shared his political views, Fox News reports.
The “Gamebred Fighter” told his fans he supports Trump over Joe Biden.
“The Democrats just think that they’re entitled to the Latino vote. They think that we just have to hand it over to them,” he said. “That’s right. We sure as hell don’t.”
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“They gotta show us what they can do for us — what they can do for our communities,” he said. “We’re not gonna buy the same ‘woof tickets’ and false promises that destroyed great countries like Venezuela and Cuba. It’s not gonna happen.”
“You know what else is not gonna work for them?” Masvidal said of Biden and the Democrats. “Playing ‘Despacito’ on your cellphone to pander to us. Hell no. You gotta give us some credit for having heads on our shoulders.”
“Biden panders to Hispanics. He did play ‘Despacito’ on his phone in a truly cringe-inducing moment. But who delivers real, tangible results?” Cortes wrote Oct.6.
Biden panders to Hispanics. He did play Despacito on his phone in a truly cringe-inducing moment.
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Last weekend, Masvidal joined Donald Trump Jr., U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., as well as other UFC stars on a “Fighters Against Socialism” tour that made stops in Tampa, Orlando, Coconut Creek and Miami in Florida.
Cortes then showed the Hispanic unemployment rates under the three most recent presidents.
“Under George W. Bush, one, uno month under 5%,” Cortes said. “How many under Obama and Biden? Zero. Big goose egg. How many under President Trump? Twenty-six. Twenty-six months under 5% jobless rate for Hispanic Americans. That’s real prosperity.”
In September, campaign data showed Biden to be trailing Hillary Clinton’s 2016 numbers for support from Black, Latino and Asian voters, Politico reported.
The Biden campaign has responded in part by launching a “microtargeting” strategy aimed at Salvadoran Americans in Georgia, Mexican Americans in Nevada and other groups, NBC News reported Tuesday.