Last week, one of Biden’s top Latina advisers quietly resigned out of exasperation, with friends saying she believed Biden’s camp had been overly focused on black and white voters.
Vanessa Cárdenas, the very senior Latina Biden staffer, was serving as domestic coalitions manager since the effort officially announced its presence April 25. She resigned a week and has changed her bio Twitter to mention she was “formerly with @joebiden.”
“The campaign is just hyper-focused on whites in Iowa and African-Americans and it placed less value on Latino outreach,” an activist and friend who talked with her informed POLITICO.
“Vanessa kept banging her head against the wall trying to get them to take the community more seriously,” the buddy who was not allowed to talk to her behalf, stated. “And Biden just really won’t change when it comes to the way he talks about immigration. It became too much.”
Biden recently suggested possibly having at a woman vice president, however, could not recall any prospects’ titles.
Three Senate Committees are currently exploring Hunter Biden for earning millions of dollars hanging around the board of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian gas company.
Will Biden’s campaign continue their downward spiral? Or will they find their mojo and give Trump a run in the general? All signs point to the former happening.