‘The Squad’ vs ‘The Quad’: Four ‘Real deal’ Latina GOP women vow to fight for the ‘American Dream’

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As four Latina GOP women, dubbed “The Quad,” celebrate political victories, “Outnumbered” co-host Kayleigh McEnany is calling them the “real deal” despite being ignored by the Democratic Party.

“The Quad” is a spinoff name that is politically the polar opposite of the far-left progressive group “The Squad.” Should the two groups face off, it promises to be explosive.

“These are the real deal here,” McEnany asserted on Wednesday. “It’s the year of the Latina Republican women. I couldn’t be more pumped about it.”

The members of “The Quad” include Yesli Vega (R-Va.), Mayra Flores (R-Texas), Cassy Garcia (R-Texas), and Monica De La Cruz (R-Texas), all of whom are of Hispanic descent.

Vega cemented her GOP nomination for Virginia’s Seventh Congressional District Tuesday night. She is a former deputy sheriff and a military spouse who beat out five other Republicans who had more money and name recognition than she did.

“Vega is the fourth Latina to win a primary this election season, highlighting the growing trend of Hispanic voters shifting to the GOP which could pose a real problem for Democrats heading into midterms and beyond,” McEnany noted. “We are calling them ‘The Quad,’ not ‘The Squad.'”

Fellow co-host Carley Shimkus was ecstatic over the wins, claiming that she “eagerly await[s] to see the group shot on the cover of Vogue for breaking a glass ceiling.”

“Something tells me that’s not going to happen,” she mused. Shimkus thoroughly agreed with McEnanay that the wins are indicative of the majority of Hispanic voters who are “swinging right.”

“Look at the president’s approval rating within the Hispanic community,” she pointed out. “It’s 26%. I think it’s because Democrats have become so extreme that it’s peeling a lot of Hispanics away and towards the Republican Party.”

Mayra Flores has become a thorn in the side of Democrats already after she cinched her win and was sworn in on Tuesday, becoming Texas’ first Republican Latina to join Congress. Her victory has thrown open the floodgates for Latina women on the right and the left is petrified over it. She flipped a historically solid blue district red with her win.

Her victory also sets a new milestone of 147 women overall in Congress. A record 41 Republican women now hold congressional seats, according to data from the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) at Rutgers University.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson spoke with her concerning her historic win and the future of Republican Hispanics.

“Joe Biden’s support among Hispanics is the lowest among any ethnic group in the United States. Who saw that coming?” Carlson asked before introducing Flores. “And the effects of it are demonstrable.”

“So, just the other day, a special election took place in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. Mayra Flores, a Republican, flipped a congressional seat that Democrats have held for over a century. It’s really an amazing story,” he noted.

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“What does it mean exactly? How did you do this? It would have been unimaginable ten years ago,” Carlson told Flores.

“Honestly, I just focused on the issues that really mattered to my district. And, you know, we’re all about faith, family, and hard work. That’s exactly who we are,” she replied.

“Yeah, but I mean it was an overwhelmingly Democratic district, so…” Carlson continued.

“Yeah, but you know, we didn’t have the funding before. We didn’t have the funding before to get the message across our district and now we do have the funding and the support from the Republican Party. But prior to 2020, we did not have that support. We were all alone,” Flores charged.

“You know, the Democrat Party took us for granted and we also did not have the support from the Republican Party. And, you know, that’s a fact,” she asserted.

“Yeah, nobody thought it was possible,” Carlson responded.

Flores went on to say that she was born in Mexico and was raised with strong conservative values. That’s why she’s Republican. She claims she’s not willing to put aside those values for a political party. She also says she’s not loyal to a party. She’s loyal to God, her family, and her community.

“I tell the people in South Texas, ‘Who are you loyal to? Are you loyal to God or are you loyal to the Democrat Party?’ And they tell me, ‘No, I’m loyal to God.’ Okay, well, let’s stop being loyal to a party that has done nothing for us for over a hundred years,” Flores proclaimed, expressing exactly why the Democrats are in big trouble come the November midterms.

As Flores proudly declared her love of God and Christian beliefs, Carlson found it incredibly refreshing and said he loved it.

If the four victorious Latinas are any indication of things to come, the Democrats appear to be in big trouble.

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