How Buying Beans Became a Political Statement

The boycott and counter-boycott of Goya comes as the major political parties seek to energize Hispanic support ahead of the 2020 election.

How Buying Beans Became a Political Statement – The New York Times

A desperate move to grab some votes from unsuspecting Hispanic voters, which Trump has publicly insulted time and time again. Hispanic voters, due to the kinds of jobs they are left with to do during the pandemic, have been unusually hit with CORONAVIRUS infections. And now, a dim witted attempt to buy their votes with beans, from a company whose owner would like to join the white ruling elite.

“El boicot y el contra boicot a Goya se producen cuando los principales partidos políticos buscan dinamizar el apoyo hispano antes de las elecciones de 2020”. (NYTimes 7.19.20)

Un movimiento desesperado para obtener algunos votos de los votantes hispanos desprevenidos, a los que Trump ha insultado públicamente una y otra vez. Los votantes hispanos, debido al tipo de trabajos que les queda por hacer durante la pandemia, han sido inusualmente afectados por las infecciones de CORONAVIRUS. Y ahora, un intento tonto de comprar sus votos con frijoles, de una compañía cuyo propietario quisiera unirse a la élite gobernante blanca.

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