pic.twitter.com/gCw4Aet5BS — Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) September 28, 2023Other social media users seemed to concur:
I speak Spanish and I was struggling to make out what she was attempting to say in English. Why do this???— Milenka~ (@MilenaAmit) September 28, 2023
Latinos like me learned the English language because I we live in America!Y no te preocupes por abuela @robbystarbuck ella está en la sala mirando su novela 😂 — Red Rebel (@redrebelarmy) September 28, 2023
And, as another user noted, it’s mindboggling that this was being done at the Republican debate, considering it’s a Democratic president who’s busy making sure this change toward bilingualism is baked in:
Pandering at it’s most desparate.— USAUltraMagaChingona619 🇺🇸 🙌✝ (@Kambearoz_rocky) September 28, 2023
But this is apparently the Fox family of networks in 2023: One of the first moves was a calculated virtue-signal toward diversity. What a surprise. The rest of the debate, of course, was conducted in English. For voters who only speak Spanish, well, that’s what Univision’s coverage is for — to translate it. But the language the debate was being conducted in made it clear what the lingua franca of the United States is, even if it isn’t the official language. Democrats, of course, love to make the line between English and Spanish as the lingua franca a little bit muddier. When Fox Business is doing the same thing, however, conservatives have every right to be wary of a “conservative” network that’s given them no shortage of reasons to be circumspect over the past few years. The Western Journal has reached out to Fox for comment but had not received a response by the time of publication. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Biden is busy making America a Spanish speaking country. 👇👇 https://t.co/Cm53J9a7zP— Paul Hookem 🇺🇸 (@PaulHook_em) September 28, 2023