REPORT: Immigrants Leaving Democrat Party In DROVES Because Of Kavanaugh Treatment

Thanks to the Democrat Party’s detestable treatment of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, legal immigrants appear to be fleeing the party in droves.

Legal immigrants like Tomas Mendoza, a first-generation Latino immigrant who voted for former President Barack Hussein Obama in 2008 and 2012 but now plans to vote for Republicans in the upcoming midterms and in 2020.

Why the sudden change of heart? Because the Democrats’ increasingly fascistic behavior reminds him too much of home, he explained in a column for The Federalist late last month:

When I came to the United States, I left a country that had recently undergone a military coup. My family experienced first-hand what happens when those in power abandon the rule of law. We saw the devastation that comes to a society when men of power believe their political objectives so justified that they are willing to pursue them by any means necessary. In the eyes of those men of power, we could see the deadening of souls that occurs when a man’s perceived benevolence blinds him to his own tyranny.

During the Kavanaugh hearings I saw that same look in the eyes of Senate Democrats. The hearings made clear that the Democrats on the committee were not interested in pursuing the truth or respecting Christine Blasey Ford’s desire for anonymity. Instead, they simply sought to delay the vote in the hopes of winning the next election.

Numerous conservative commentators have reached the same conclusion — that the Democrats have been exploiting accuser Christine Blasey Ford’s faulty memory to prevent Kavanaugh’s confirmation and score political points prior to the upcoming midterms.

But you would be remiss if you thought Mendoza is a rare, abnormal immigrant unrepresentative of the masses. He’s not. This brings us to Adele Scalia, an immigrant from Trinidad and Tobago and the step-daughter of former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

In a column published this week, she revealed that though she immigrated to the states eight years ago to marry Scalia’s son Christopher, she’s been hesitant to become a citizen in part because of a “sense of political homelessness.”

“I’ve always considered myself politically moderate: I am unapologetically pro-life, but my views on affirmative action, Black Lives Matter, and gun control made me sympathize strongly with Democratic perspectives and occasionally led to arguments with my husband and father-in-law,” she wrote.

“That sense of political homelessness was a big reason that I was never in a hurry to become an American citizen. I figured I’d do it eventually, but not having a strong connection to either party, feeling unsure of where I fit into America’s strange political landscape, meant it was low on my list of priorities.”

That all changed recently, and all thanks to the Democrats’ repugnant treatment of Kavanaugh:

I have become a unicorn. My metamorphosis didn’t require a magic spell or potion, or even a trip to a well-reviewed plastic surgeon to add a horn to my head. All it took was Democrats’ treatment of Brett Kavanaugh over the last few weeks to turn me into that elusive creature: a minority, immigrant woman who supports Republicans. …

They have relished inflicting pain on Kavanaugh in large part because he is everything they hate: a straight white conservative male from a privileged background. It’s terrifying because, while that might not put me in any danger, it makes many of the best men I know and love prime targets.

That is why I am energized, for the first time, to become a citizen and empower myself with a vote. It will be a vote against the bullies on the left who broke a good man for no reason other than political differences. So excuse me while I fill out some forms and tick some boxes—but not the ones you might expect.

Again, you would be remiss if you thought there’s something abnormal about Mendoza and Scalia, as they are by no means alone.