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Alveda King, a Trump supporter and niece Martin Luthor King Jr., told Christian politicians on Saturday that Democrats were trying to divide and segregate Americans by skin color – on Father’s Day and June’s weekend.

Since 2020, several primary and special elections have shown a change in the historic allegiance of Hispanic voting demographics to Democrats; However, at the Faith and Freedom Coalitions Road to Majority Conference over the weekend, Evangelical Christians won that in 2022 and 2024 more minority voters would vote for Republicans.

The importance of black and Latino voters shifting to the right lies in the midterms, but according to evangelical leaders the conservative movement is undeniably growing in minority communities.

“God is moving in the Hispanic community, so they are moving to the right,” said Nilsa Alvarez, director of the Hispanic Outreach Division of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, in a panel discussion on Saturday.

The Faith and Freedom Alliance has largely tended to attract minority groups, including Hispanic and black Americans. The goal is to create a more diverse family-friendly, life-oriented conservative alliance, and the Road to Majority Conference will reflect the push in its setup at the vast Gaylord Oprilland Hotel and Conference Center.

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To reach the main auditorium, attendees have to cross a series of doors, which, when opened, display the story or experience of each immigrant family. The show was presented by Stand Together, a project initiated by libertarian megadoner Charles Koch, who in recent years has invested heavily in Hispanic outreach seeking a less divisive approach to politics.

“We’re very focused on the Hispanic community as a real game changer in the 22nd and ’24s,” Ralph Reid, founder and chairman of Faith & Freedom, told reporters at a conference on Friday that he had promoted the 1,500 Hispanic pastors and activists who had registered for the event.

Door display at Road to Majority Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.

Door display at the Road to Majority Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Reid said confidence and freedom in key battlefield states such as Florida, Arizona and Nevada would reach 25,000 to 50,000 Hispanic voters before mid-November, as well as launch voter registration drives in Latino communities.

“Our goal is to build a truly multi-ethnic, multi-ethnic, faith-based movement that will change the demographic position of our movement in the coming decades,” Reid said. “And I think we will succeed. The Democrats and the Left are helping us a lot.”

Representative of the Freshman Republican from Florida. Maria Salazar sued the Democrats: “They made saints out of socialists, a sacrament from a culture of abolition.”

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Reed said at least 30% of the Hispanic community and at least a quarter of black voters echo the conservative message on parental rights, a return to gender norms, “awakening” and positive life issues.

Recent Polling It shows that more Hispanics than Republicans (23%) identify as Democrats (48%), while in the 2020 presidential election, 30% of Hispanic voters in Miami voted against Trump against Biden, compared to 9% who voted for Trump against Hillary Clinton.

The chance of victory over Hispanic communities, many of whom are immigrants, is appealing to the right beyond electoral interests. Inquiring about America’s illness of love, former UN Ambassador Nicky Haley said in his speech to the conference on Thursday that “legal immigrants are more patriotic these days than most Americans.”

Road to the majority meeting at Gaylord Opryland in Nashville.

Road to the majority meeting at Gaylord Opryland in Nashville.
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The vibes in the Conservative Christian Conference are that shifting black voters to the right moves in the religious ways of a politically-active evangelical. The reported barriers for minority Hispanic or black voters to support Republicans – especially the reported racism of President Donald Trump and conservatives – are just a lie, according to some speakers.

Citing the Gospel of Matthew, Lynn Patton said that a tree can be judged by its fruit, while Lynn Patton was part of the Trump Save America PAC during a panel of Black Conservative activists.

On the panel, among others, is Bruce Level, a former small business administration consultant. Byron Donalds, R-Fla. And COVID-19 Crusader Stella Emmanuel.

“The Trump administration has reaped the benefits of moving the Black and Brown communities forward,” Patton said.

According to Pareto Smith, pastor of the Majority-Black Winnings Worship Center in Atlanta, black communities are conservative, but he still has trouble convincing those around him to vote for Republicans.

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Most in the Smith community are of the opinion that Trump and the Republicans are not on their side.

“It’s ignorant, but they think so,” Smith told Fox News Digital.

Former President Donald Trump speaks to supporters before addressing the Road to Majority Conference in Nashville, Ten, on Friday, June 17, 2022 (AP Photo / Mark Humphrey)

Former President Donald Trump speaks to supporters before addressing the Road to Majority Conference in Nashville, Ten, on Friday, June 17, 2022 (AP Photo / Mark Humphrey)

“We see the family as nuclear and it’s almost being hijacked,” Smith added.

But “liberal ideology is trying to disrupt and corrupt and overcome our communities”, Smith sees a change.

Black Americans go to church, Smith’s wife, Andrea Smith, says she sees the decline.

“I think people are realizing that in order to live a real American life, we need those conservative values ​​to come back: families, hard work, putting God first,” said Andrea Smith.

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Speaking at the 2021 Road to Majority Conference, Melissa Tate told Fox News that she attended the 2022 event to participate in the panels and promote her book “Choice Privilege”. . “

“I see a lot of people starting to wake up to the fact that this is an article that is armed for political gain,” Tate said.