On her Tuesday radio show, conservative talker Laura Ingraham criticized an op-ed by GOP consultants like John Feehery on the merits of the Republican Party embracing immigration to win over Hispanic voters, particularly in a state like Georgia where a hotly contested race is coming down to the wire between Democrat Michelle Nunn and Republican David Perdue for an open U.S. Senate seat in this November’s midterm.
According to Ingraham, if Republicans were to follow Feehery’s advice and others like his, the ultimate outcome would be similar to the evolution of the voting bloc in California.
“[Feehery] is basically Marco Rubio in the early days of the Senate immigration deal. But these people have more influence in the GOP today than millions of Republican voters, who have spoken on this issue, and have made it clear that they do not want us to be obsessed with immigration reform; they want us to be obsessed with enforcing the border and locking it down because of the ISIS threat, the economic threat and the cultural threat. He represents all that is wrong the Republican Party today … bad advice, never gets fired, keeps getting hired, and, apparently, is more emboldened than ever to give bad advice.”
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