Is The Party Dying?

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JULY 16: Cans of Goya food products are displayed on a shelf in a store on July 16, 2020 in New York City. Donald and Ivanka Trump shared images of themselves holding Goya Foods products after the head of Goya expressed his support for President Trump. Activists and consumers have called for a boycott of Goya, a company with a large Hispanic client base, following the news of the CEO’s support for Trump. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Liberals post whatever lies or comments they want on the Internet, particularly those in the media who write politically incorrect opinions and post them as “news articles.” They are more activist pieces than actual news. So, “fake news.” 

Recently Senator Elizabeth Warren demanded that Ivanka Trump, the President’s daughter, be investigated over a tweet she posted in support of Hispanic-owned food-maker Goya. “If it’s Goya, it has to be good. Si es Goya, tiene que ser bueno,” she tweeted, giving the English and Spanish versions of the trademarked slogan while holding a can of Goya black beans.

President Trump also followed his daughters post with his own Instagram photo of himself behind his desk in the Oval Office, giving two thumbs-up over several of the company’s products.

The controversy began when the company’s CEO, Robert Unanue, joined a roundtable at the White House for Hispanic businesses and leaders. The CEO heaped praise on President Donald Trump. 

“We’re all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump, who is a builder. We have an incredible builder. And we pray. We pray for our leadership, our president, and we pray for our country — that we will continue to prosper and grow,” Unanue stated.

Goya is currently the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States, founded by Spanish immigrants Don and Carolina Pruodencio Unanue in 1936. It has 4,500 employees and faces boycotts from liberals since Unanue’s remarks. Supporters of the President responded to the liberal boycott by buying Goya products and posting tweets of grocery store shelves emptied of their Goya stock.

Warren joined Sen. Tom Carper in calling for an investigation by the Office of Government Ethics, claiming that Ivanka Trump violated federal ethics rules with the July 14 tweet. They sent a letter to the Office inquiring about possible disciplinary actions for Ivanka Trump, who serves as a senior adviser in the White House. 

“This tweet was made in her personal capacity voicing her personal support. This complaint is another politically motivated, baseless attack from an organization with a vendetta against all of the administration,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said last week.

Carper and Warren also requested information about ethics training for White House employees and a review of the White House ethics program. They are seeking a response by Aug. 10.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez also took to Twitter in attempts to fire back with a tweet against the President’s Daughter declaring “Si es Trump, tiene que ser corrupto,” or, “If it’s Trump, it has to be corrupt.” Many jumped back at Cortez reminding her of her own corruption in saying that a “few business closures or job losses” is a small price to pay to be free of Trump’s presidency AND as a Latino woman, why would she be trying to diss a Hispanic company the President supports?

But sure, conservatives are so racist that they are buying out all of the Goya products to support the biggest Hispanic company in America? The left really is grabbing at all they can right now until their party crumbles. Also, on the same day that Unanue shared his political views, President Trump also expanded education and economic opportunities to Hispanics…but the news won’t tell you that. The left is just trying to throw out anything they can to stay afloat at this point.