Posted 16 days ago
Latino voters took President Biden to task for making life more difficult for workers due to high gas, food and other inflation in a recent CNN segment.
Andres Parra, the program manager for the GALEO Impact Fund, said that votes were "up for grabs" by both parties in the upcoming 2024 presidential election.
"There’s a lot of frustration and a lot of broken promises," Parra said, adding that "inflation, job pay, rent prices and health care" are among the biggest concerns of voters.
Another voter, Juan Jose Patino, said that "work" is the biggest concern for voters in Georgia.
Patino also warned that some voters are considering "murder" and other crimes because of the difficult economic situation.
Juan Manuel Ferreira Zamora spoke on the concerns of the Latino community. "When Trump was president, we didn't have high gas prices and food inflation," Zamora said, "and this is the truth."
Biden's advisors have defended the president's economic record and attacked former President Donald Trump for economic difficulties.
The Biden-Harris campaign's communications director argued that "a brick wall of MAGA extremism" has contributed to Americans struggling financially and working multiple jobs to make ends meet.
"That's precisely why we need another four years to continue to finish the job, right? I think it's important, too, that the president, of course, wants to get all of this done. But we have to be honest about the brick wall of MAGA extremism that we continue to run into when we're trying to get things done for the American people," Biden campaign official Michael Tyler told CNN's Victor Blackwell on "First of All with Victor Blackwell" on Saturday.... (Read more)