KNIVES OUT: The New York Times smears Mayra Flores ‘far-right’ and ‘extreme’ while WAPO smears DeSantis

The New York Times is out with a hit piece this morning, smearing the newly elected Mayra Flores as both a ‘far-right Latina’ and an ‘extremist’.

Christina Pushaw responded to the article this morning, pointing out that “everyone who disagrees with the legacy media Stalinists is “far right” and “extreme.””. She noted that the positions of Flores which the New York Slimes calls ‘far-right’ and ‘extreme’ are:


— America has borders, federal immigration law must be enforced

— Pro-life (as are most Catholics, many in a 85% Latino district)

— Her constituents care more about inflation than J6 hearings

 
In the article the Slimes compare Mayra Flores to Marjorie Taylor Greene, a congresswoman the left LOVES to hate on:

“But what is most striking is that Ms. Flores won by shunning moderates, embracing the far right and wearing her support for Donald J. Trump on her sleeve — more Marjorie Taylor Greene than Kay Bailey Hutchison.”

And notice how they slip in an association with QAnon:

Her campaign slogan — “God, family, country” — was meant to appeal to what she calls the “traditional values” of her majority-Hispanic district in the border city of Brownsville. She called for President Biden’s impeachment. She tweeted QAnon hashtags. And she called the Democratic Party the “greatest threat America faces.”

Did Flores go to QAnon meetings? Did she show up at QAnon rallies? No, no and no. But she must be QAnon because she tweeted HASHTAGS!

Talk about absurdity.

Mayra Flores has already retweeted this tweet below, noting that she “ran her campaign on faith, family and hard work and yet the NYT tries to paint her as an extremist”:

This article is really about the leftist New York Times doing their part for their Democrat party to try and stem the tide of Latinos moving to the GOP.

They know that Trump started an awakening and Flores is the latest incarnation of Latinos and Hispanics moving from the Democrat Party to the Republican Party.

But it isn’t just Flores being targeted today. Governor Ron DeSantis, who enjoys support from many Latinos, Hispanics and Cubans in Florida, is being smeared by the Washington Post in an opinion article:

Of course it’s written by Max Boot, who is about as radical left as it gets. I won’t bother quoting from his nonsense, but the point is that July 4th has passed and the knives are coming out for top Republicans as the country heads toward another election day.

But with ALL Americans spending tons more of their hard earned money on essentials like gas and food, I just don’t think these smear campaigns are going to even move the needle.


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