First lady Jill Biden, the wife of President Joe Biden, was shredded on Twitter after comparing the uniqueness of Hispanic Americans to breakfast tacos.
And that was after she was ridiculed for attending and event with the word Latinx in its title, a word that it has been shown is not one that Hispanic people typically identify with.
“[Raul Yzaguirre] helped build this organization with the understanding that the diversity of this community, as distinct as the bogedas of The Bronx, as beautiful as the blossoms of Miami, and as unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio, is your strength,” she said.
“Once again, Dr. Jill Biden butchers the Spanish language in furtherance of pandering to a client constituency (the org FKA National Council of La Raza). I hereby bless your timelines with Dr. Jill’s rendering of ‘bodega,’” Jorge Bonilla of the Media Research Center said.
“Imagine the regime media meltdown if a conservative called Hispanics ‘breakfast tacos’ like Dr. Jill Biden did at the Latinx Luncheon today. Democringe,” Christina Pushaw said.
“Liberal privilege is Jill Biden telling a group of hispanic people that they’re “as diverse as breakfast tacos” and not being canceled for it,” Tim Young said.
“From the same family that brought you, ‘I don’t want my kids growing up in a ‘racial jungle’ …and ‘You can’t go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent’ …comes today’s hot new racist hit, ‘Hispanics are as diverse as breakfast tacos,” he said.
“The president was asked about his son arguing with a hooker over how much crack he had after he incorrectly placed a mass shooting 100 years in the past as his wife giggled to herself celebrating the Hispanic contribution of breakfast tacos and the media will still shout ‘TRUMP!’” Chad Felix Greene said.
“If Jill Biden is going to compare Hispanic Americans to breakfast tacos then she could at least use more inclusive language: It’s ‘TacX,’ Jill,” Rep. Dan Crenshaw said.
“The First Lady thinks Hispanics are as unique as… breakfast tacos. Maybe that’s true of ‘Latinx’ people, but for real Hispanics, that’s actually kind of insulting,” Rep. Carlos Gimenez said.
This is an excerpt from Conservative Brief.