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Sep 28 2021

Kristen Rosen Gonzalez, Pseudo-Hispanic Democrat

To find out which identity groups really are privileged, note which ones people pretend to belong to. For example, leftist Florida congressional candidate Kristen Rosen Gonzalez pretends to be Hispanic

Via Miami’s CBS4:

In an interview with Democratic Party leaders, former Miami Beach Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez argued they should endorse her campaign comeback because she is “the most high-profile Hispanic Democrat in the City of Miami Beach.”

Then she was called out for not being Hispanic.

“Well, I’m perceived as being Hispanic,” Rosen Gonzalez said in an interview with CBS Miami. “I’m perceived as being Hispanic by all of the Hispanics in my community. I’m their girl. My last name is Hispanic. I know I’m not Hispanic.”

That makes her an admitted liar.

Rosen Gonzalez has always played up her last name during her campaigns, with the word Gonzalez typically in much larger type on her campaign material. She was married to Emilio Gonzalez, but the couple divorced in April 2009.

Similarly, Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego (née Widland) is a gringa who used to be married to fellow leftist Ruben Gallego. They divorced prior to her election, but she keeps her married name for demographic reasons.

Maria-Elena Lopez, who also took part in the interview … suspects Rosen Gonzalez uses her last name to garner support among Hispanic voters, who represent nearly half the vote on Miami Beach. “I honestly feel that is the purpose,” Lopez said. “By keeping a Hispanic name, you are trying to confuse voters.”

Hate hoaxes are so yesterday. Racial imposters are what’s next. Please welcome Kristen Rosen Gonzalez to a growing list that includes Elizabeth Warren, Rachel Dolezal, Shaun King, Jessica Krug, CV Vitolo-Haddad, Satchuel Cole, and Kelly Kean Sharp.

The 2018 video below gives an idea of the ditzy moonbattery that comes with Señora Gonzalez’s phoniness. Her bid for Congress thankfully failed that year. Watch her boast of being “really creative in finding ways to work around this love of the Second Amendment” — and presumably the rest of the Constitution. The context is the exploitation of the mental health crisis to attack the fundamental right of self-defense in the aftermath of the Parkland school shooting:

On a tip from R F. Hat tip: Neon Nettle.


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