By: Trevor Loudon | New Zeal
David Garcia with Senator Juan Mendez and Representative Athena Salman with Invest in Education Arizona #REDforED
The Rainbow Conspiracy Part 13 here.
David Garcia is no moderate grassroots Democrat. He is backed by some of the most powerful leftist donors in America. His campaign is run by committed hardcore Marxists who have already taken down two of Arizona’s most powerful politicians. They have a well-developed plan to exploit the Latino vote to turn Arizona permanently blue.
Influential San Francisco lawyer Steve Phillips and his billionaire socialist friends have long been meddling with Arizona. Turning the Grand Canyon state blue is a key part of Phillips’ plan to give a socialist Democratic Party a permanent monopoly on power in this country – what he euphemistically terms the “New American Majority.” With an exploding Latino population, Arizona is already trending Democrat. Steve Phillips and his friends have spent a lot of money accelerating that process.
Their main vehicle for the 2018 election cycle is Arizona gubernatorial candidate David Garcia. Phillips is funding four gubernatorial candidates this cycle: Stacey Abrams (GA), Andrew Gillum (FL), Ben Jealous (MD) and Garcia. On current polling David Garcia has the best chance of the pack.
Steve Phillips wrote in The Nation:
What Census and electoral data tells us is that the most promising regions in our country for future Democratic wins are in the South and Southwest, where the multiracial ranks of Democratic voters are growing faster than in any other part of the country. Last month, Georgia offered a powerful testimonial to the political possibilities of an unapologetically progressive and inspiring multiracial campaign when Stacey Abrams swept to victory in the gubernatorial primary, garnering more votes than any previous Georgia Democratic nominee in decades (more even than some guy named Jimmy Carter). The demographic and electoral trends in Arizona have created similar conditions for Garcia.
Often overlooked in 2016 election postmortems is the fact that Arizona was one of the most closely contested states in the country. Clinton lost by just 3.5 percent—coming closer than she did in Ohio, Iowa, and North Carolina, states that slid from the Democratic column after Obama had previously won them. Trump won by just 91,000 votes in Arizona, a state in which 600,000 Latinos who were eligible to vote didn’t cast ballots.
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