‘If we lose America to socialism, there is nowhere else to go. Please, please don’t be stupid’

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“Mr. Trump is deeply unpopular among Hispanics, who account for nearly one in five Florida voters,” Trip Gabriel wrote for the The New York Times on Sept. 17.

Really? So how did Donald Trump — with only a skeletal field organization — blow GOP nominee-apparent Sen. Marco Rubio out of the water by almost 20 points in his own home-state primary back in March, destroying Rubio’s 2016 presidential hopes?

As of Oct. 23, Breitbart News decided to put some feet on the ground in Florida’s Little Havana to find out. Jen Lawrence & Dustin Stockton report what they found at . . . http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/10/23/exclusive-dont-vote-lying-witch-inside-donald-trumps-movement-driven-sunshine-state-effort-defeat-hillary-clinton-florida/ .

Jose Uz, a 48-year-old native Miami resident of Cuban descent who runs the 2,600-member Facebook group Cubans4Trump ( https://www.facebook.com/cubans4trump/ ), told Breitbart News he believes Trump “has the best interest for the United States, for America, and for its citizens. He doesn’t need to prove anything, he doesn’t need to become famous, he doesn’t need to become rich, he is already there.

“On the contrary, this is actually something, when I view it, I say, my God, what a huge burden he has voluntarily placed on himself. It’s almost to the point of masochism. He didn’t need this, he has a privileged, beautiful life. One that he has earned with his hard work and intelligence. Why would he do this? There is nothing for him to gain out of it.

“But there actually is, when you look deep into it,” Uz continues. “What he actually has to gain is ensuring and securing the future of his children, his grandchildren, and his great-grandchildren, and everybody else down the line, and all of us that are within the United States. He is going to secure us in the way of keeping us safe.”

Joe Fernandez, a Cuban immigrant in his late 50s, told Breitbart News he supports Trump for similar reasons:

“I believe he is a patriotic man, he knows a lot about international relationships, and business, he will bring some new ideas,” Fernandez said. “He looks like a tough guy. He is from New York. Nowadays life is very strong [hard], a lot of difficult times. We need a strong man.”

Ariel Martinez, a 42-year-old man from Havana now living in Florida whose father and other family members were political prisoners under the Castro regime in Cuba, reports broad support for Trump in the Cuban American community.

Cuban-Americans support Trump “because we would like to see America thrive again,” Martinez told Breitbart News. “We want to see God, American values, the love of country, and patriotism restored in our great nation. This is primarily important to us because we come from a system that the latter has been substituted for the corrupt ideology of communism.

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“The freedoms in this country, under a two-term Obama administration, are slowly being eroded toward a state of socialism and will lead us to a socialist nation, which is simply a precursor to Communism,” Martinez says. “We, the Cuban American community, believe that Hillary represents a third term of Obama’s ideology which this country cannot afford. For us it is quite simple to see what is slowly unfolding in this great nation of ours because we didn’t learn it in a history book, we lived it and it is precisely where we are headed.

“We have found that Donald J. Trump has started a movement, here in South Florida, where all races from everywhere — Latinos, Hispanics, Blacks, Jews — have united as one force to show unwavering support for the presidential candidate. We do truly believe that we will witness a Reagan-like victory that will make history.”

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Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, doesn’t fare so well in the Cuban community. When asked how Trump’s opponent is viewed, Carlos Arias, a second-generation Cuban-American and biomedical professor who on his own dime manages the “Cubans for Trump” Facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/Cubansfortrump/ ) used a Spanish word for her.

“They call her a ‘bruja,’ basically,” Arias said. “She’s the bruja mentirosa. Which means liar. She’s a lying witch basically. . . . She is typically viewed as a liar and dishonest and in it for herself, a typical career politician that doesn’t care about the interests of the Cuban community — and doesn’t care about the interests of Americans in general. She’s mostly in it for her people and her foundation.”

Uz added that she has no idea how to manage the economy.

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“There is no politician out there especially Hillary Clinton who has any idea of how to manage money because they never actually earned any,” Uz said. “Whether it was ten million or one million, whatever he supposedly borrowed from his father, it’s no secret that (Trump) turned it into a multi-million dollar empire. It’s not a thing about having money, it’s about . . . put[ting] together organizations, how to manage them, how to put the right people in the right positions, know[ing] how to delegate to the right individuals and how to create jobs — how to be able to create an environment that is friendly for the individual to be able to sustain themselves and their families. . . .

“Politicians don’t know how to earn money, they only know how to take money from special interest groups and lobbyists and enrich themselves from doing favors. Their payouts come later on with consulting jobs and getting paid half a million dollars to speak half an hour to somebody. . . .”

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“This is the last stop,” Uz warns his friends and neighbors. “If we lose America there is no place else to go. You were lucky enough when you lost Cuba, you had a generous wonderful country that opened its arms to all of us and allowed you to come in [and] establish your families, expand your education, open businesses, raise your children in freedom, and to live a prosperous good life. If we lose America to socialism, there is nowhere else to go. Please, please don’t be stupid, don’t listen to the rhetoric. Fidel Castro killed millions of Cubans with his rhetoric, and we fell for it. Please don’t fall for it twice.”

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One Comment to “‘If we lose America to socialism, there is nowhere else to go. Please, please don’t be stupid’”

  1. R. Hartman Says:

    “We need a strong man.”
    Ah, the call for the strong man, as outlined in F.A. Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom…
    History repeats itself.

    “We, the Cuban American community, believe that Hillary represents a third term of Obama’s ideology”
    ‘Hillary’ might actually represent a third term of Obama, not just of his disastrous ideology.

    “Politicians don’t know how to earn money, they only know how to take money from special interest groups and lobbyists and enrich themselves from doing favors. Their payouts come later on with consulting jobs and getting paid half a million dollars to speak half an hour to somebody. . . .”
    Right on the money ;-).

    Thanks Vin, for relentlessly pointing out the better choice for America (and the world) even though it is still the lesser of two evils. Voting is participating in the totally rigged game and therefore accepting and legitimizing its crooked rules, set by the rulers. So there’s no complaining when one loses, which is a reason not to vote.

    But for many it will be a tough choice not to vote, as this is a battle between bad and diabolical. One I do not have to make, as I’m not an American (oh, wait, that doesn’t matter anymore, does it?). But in the end, a single vote does not affect anything, and me not voting will not affect other people’s decisions. So it’s a moot point.

    Remember Stalin’s (?) words: it’s not the vote that counts, but who counts the votes. And that will be proven once again shortly, with Soros owning (most of) the ballot machines…

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