MSNBC host renews liberal media's alarm over Latino voters shifting towards GOP, identifying as White

En sábado, the left-wing host spent a segment of her show, “La conexión cruzada,” questioning why there was a desire for some Hispanics to beWhite adjacent,” considering projections that White people would eventually no longer be the majority race in the U.S., suggested Democrats should take action to stop their hemorrhaging support, and declared that the end ofWhite dominance” estaba “long overdue.

MSNBC's Tiffany Cross and Berkeley professor Ian Haney Lopez discuss the Latino electorate on Saturday, febrero 19, 2021. (Captura de pantalla/MSNBC)

MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross and Berkeley professor Ian Haney Lopez discuss the Latino electorate on Saturday, febrero 19, 2021. (Captura de pantalla/MSNBC) (Captura de pantalla/MSNBC)

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Cross was joined by Berkeley University professor Ian Haney Lopez, who was recently interviewed on a Democratic-aligned podcast about a large portion of Latino voters in the U.S. viewing themselves as White, European-Americans rather than people of color.

In the podcast, Lopez claimed 60% of Latinos were either choosing to standoutside of race” y “get ahead through hard work,” or werejoining the mainstreamby identifying as European-Americans.

One of the things you say is there’s a sect of Latinos who don’t want to be identified by their race, and they want to join, and be accepted by, la mayoría. But the majority is changing. Por 2044, there will be no majority in this country. So why such the desire, you think, to be White adjacent?” Cross asked Lopez.

Lopez noted that there would be no majority as long as White people who were not Hispanic continued to be counted as a separate ethnicity from Hispanic Americans.

Appearing alarmed, he stated that if Hispanicswho think that they are Whiteare lumped with other Whites, then White people would remain the dominant group andincrease their proportionacross the country over the next four decades.

octubre 10, 2020 - Orlando, Florida, Estados Unidos - People hold placards after U.S. Vice President Mike Pence addressed supporters at a Latinos for Trump campaign rally at Central Christian University on October 10, 2020 en orlando,Floridaa. (Photo by Paul Hennessy/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

octubre 10, 2020 – Orlando, Florida, Estados Unidos – People hold placards after U.S. Vice President Mike Pence addressed supporters at a Latinos for Trump campaign rally at Central Christian University on October 10, 2020 en orlando, Florida. (Photo by Paul Hennessy/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

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