Latinos are going to vote for @realDonaldTrump.— Christian Martinez (@C_RMartinez) March 3, 2020
We aren't "stubborn." @realDonaldTrump's economy is working for all Latinos, unemployment is at a record low.
The American Dream is possible again. #LatinosForTrump pic.twitter.com/UycKS2S6Aw
This isn't the first time this has happened to Tur:
What Tur was apparently not expecting was a Latino L.A. resident telling her his daughter planned on voting for President Donald Trump, especially since the media have repeatedly echoed the narrative that Trump is racist against minorities.
“Your daughter’s gonna vote for Donald Trump?” Tur asked the man, taken aback.
Tur then quickly asked the resident “why” in Spanish: “Por que?” The good economy, he explained.
An analyst alongside Tur tried to make sense of what the two of them just witnessed, theorizing that there is still a “stubborn” sect of Latino voters who inexplicably lean conservative because they “really focus on the economy” or value law enforcement.
"Can you tell us who you voted for?"— Elizabeth Harrington (@LizRNC) February 11, 2020
"Donald John Trump."
"Bernie is not appealing?"
"The whole ideology would be destructive to the country
"It's anti-growth. It's anti-family. It's anti-American. And, as a Roman Catholic, it's anti-life."
Someone check on Nicole Wallace 😂 pic.twitter.com/D9R8cRaPiy