(PresidentialWire.com)- According to CNN, high Asian American turnout in elections across the nation could indicate a massive departure from the Democratic Party, similar to what is happening among Hispanics.
Harry Enten, a senior data reporter for CNN, said that Asian-Americans played a significant role in the successful recall effort against San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin. Before his recall, Boudin’s disapproval ratings were highest among Asian Americans and Hispanic voters.
According to CNN, 55 percent of voters chose to recall Boudin.
According to RNC spokesman and director of Asian Pacific American media, Nainoa Johsens, Asian American voters are sick and tired of Democrats hurting their families by generating the greatest inflation in 40 years, defunding the police, and terminating merit-based education. The statistics demonstrate that the AAPI community is abandoning the Democratic Party in large numbers, and the trend is only intensifying, as evidenced by the victory of Glenn Youngkin in Virginia and the recall of Chesa Boudin in San Francisco.
According to Johsens, Republicans are poised for significant gains because the GOP has been present months before November to hear the concerns of the AAPI community and offer real solutions based on shared conservative values. Joe Biden’s radical agenda is out of touch with Asian American voters, and Republicans are poised for significant gains.
Pew Research Center polls confirm that President Joe Biden’s support among Asian Americans is gradually dwindling.
Republicans contend that one factor behind the shift is the alleged prejudice against Asian Americans in academic admissions. In one famous instance, the admissions process of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Fairfax County, Virginia, was altered by the school board to promote “equity.”
The Supreme Court recently heard a similar case regarding college admissions. The Biden administration abandoned the lawsuit against Yale after the Trump administration claimed that the university’s admissions procedures discriminated against Asian Americans.
Democrats are experiencing similar voter dissent among Hispanics; in a special election held on Tuesday to replace former Democratic Rep. Filemon Vela of Texas in a district with an 85% Hispanic population, Republican Mayra Flores defeated Democrat Dan Sanchez.
When Democrats pit one group against another, chasing votes, this eventually catches up with you.
Everyone ends up resenting you.