As Black History month comes to a close, without much fanfare, it’s ironic to say the least, Liberalism has reached deep back into history and in particular, the Dred Scott v. Sandford case to define Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
Hispanic Advocates are very much adapt at borrowing from the injustices of the Black community to further their causes, but when the writing of Liberalism become crystal clear, they have eyes, that don’t see.
The Fourteenth Amendment covers a Citizenship Clause, which Cruz is protected under. Liberalism rejects this assessment of the clause and as such, they are rejecting Hispanics.
If the Hispanic community is paying attention, or if they are sincere in their quest to be acknowledged as members of the United States of America community, then they need to open their eyes, pay close attention to what’s unfolding, access it and determine if Liberalism is the route to go. Cruz is only doing what he was elected to do and that is to represent, not make friends
Liberalism controls the message, as well as the means by which that message is delivered and as such, two of their most highly regarded media outlets has embarked on a path to firmly embed this anti-Cruz message deeply into the minds of the country, completely ignoring the Hispanic community.
‘In just two months, Mr. Cruz, 42, has made his presence felt in an institution where new arrivals are usually not heard from for months, if not years. Besides suggesting that Mr. Hagel might have received compensation from foreign enemies, he has tangled with the mayor of Chicago, challenged the Senate’s third-ranking Democrat on national television, voted against virtually everything before him — including the confirmation of John Kerry as secretary of state — and raised the hackles of colleagues from both parties(New York Times).’
‘The traditional stance for a freshman senator is to hold back a bit. Being reticent and deferential are not qualities that come naturally to those who manage to win Senate seats, but most new senators choose, as much as it clashes with their instincts, to tamp down(Washington Post).’
Surely, nobody can associate this with love, or support for the Hispanic community. These attacks highly suggests, Hispanics are going to need another ‘citizenship clause’ that’s reflective of their own plight.