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DC Mayor’s Former Spokesman Says He Switched Parties After Seeing Biden’s Immigration Crisis

In an interview with Tucker Carlson Wednesday evening, the former spokesperson for Washington, DC, Mayor Muriel Bowser explained why he has switched parties, and has become a Republican.

“So was the spokesman for the mayor of Washington, the most democratic city in the country — 94 percent For Hillary Clinton, and you left and switched parties. That’s not a small decision it doesn’t seem like,” said Carlson.

“It’s not a small decision,” responded Victor Jimenez. “The reason I switched parties is because of everything that’s going on in the country right now.”

“We see immigration through the roof right now. And that’s affecting a lot of Hispanic families in my home state of Virginia and those people who are already struggling with making ends meet,” he added.

“If you look at the southern border, we have thousands of people who are just waiting there. And I’m not saying we don’t have good people trying to come into the country with good intentions, but we also have bad people coming into the country with bad intentions…people with illegal guns, with illegal drugs, and people who are running from their law enforcement in their country,” Jimenez said. “So we don’t know exactly what they are doing here.”

“So those reasons and more, made me switch parties,” Jimenez added.

“Biden is completely destroying the economy right now and people can feel it in their pockets and in their communities with increased violence and increased crime. And people especially in Hispanic communities can feel it,” he continued.

Tucker noted that the White House has assumed that “anyone who speaks Spanish is for open borders, but that doesn’t seem to be true at all.”

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“No, me for example — being Hispanic and also black — I should be Democrat by default,” Jimenez responded. “But I am going against their narrative and I feel like right now everything is crumbling for the Democrats.”

“We saw in Virginia a couple of weeks ago the beginning of the end with the victory of Glenn Youngkin which I voted for. I feel like in 2022, we’re going to see more of that,” Jimenez said.

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