As the first election numbers came rolling in, CNN contributor Ana Navarro pointed out that the influx of Latino voters angered by GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s hateful rhetoric could swing the election to Hillary Clinton, calling it “sweet sweet justice.”
Noting a GOP post-mortem after the 2012 election showed Romney only received 27 percent of Hispanic votes, the GOP consultant said it was a warning sign.
“Now we’re worst than post-mortem and I can assure you that Donald Trump is going to get historic low numbers amongst Latinos,” she explained. “Probably going to be in the teens. If he breaks 20, it’s a good night for him with Latinos.”
Navarro then hit her stride.
“And it would be sweet, sweet justice if, after everything he has said, after every attack he has made against Latinos, after he has thrown out Latino anchors from press events, after he hasn’t done any outreach, after he has questioned and judged our citizenship, after he has called Mexican ‘rapists,’ it would be sweet, sweet justice if it was the Latino vote that defeated Donald Trump.”
Watch the video below via CNN:
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