The Latino Vote

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by Paul Brock III  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  October 13, 2020   

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Despite having a large Catholic population in America, Latinos historically vote against the Faith. For the past three presidential elections, their support for the pro-abortion Democrats has been right around 70%.

About a decade ago, almost 60% of U.S. Latinos identified as Catholic. Today, for the first time ever, Latinos in the United States are not majority Catholic (47%).

In this week's Mic'd Up, Michael Voris interviews Jesse Romero. Jesse was recently named an advisory board member for Catholics for Trump and he's also the author of A Catholic Vote for Trump.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, when Donald Trump took office the unemployment rate was 4.7%. Pre-COVID-19, it enjoyed a steady decline. Late 2019 to early 2020 marked a half-century low, with American unemployment hovering around 3.5%.

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Latinos benefitted from Trump's economic policies. In 2017, Hispanic unemployment hit an all-time low, at 4.7%. In 2019, Hispanic unemployment hit another record low, at 3.9%.

In 2017, Hispanic unemployment hit an all-time low, at 4.7%. In 2019, Hispanic unemployment hit another record low, at 3.9%.

Another important issue for Latinos and especially Catholics is abortion. The contrast between Trump and Biden couldn't be clearer.

Pro-life Trump:

Pro-abortion Biden:

Father James Altman, a priest in the diocese of La Crosse, Wisconsin, makes the decision easy for all American Catholics by saying, "You cannot be Catholic and a Democrat — period."

Watch the full episode of Mic'd Up — Latinos for Trump.

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