I’m fairly sure that Rep. María Salazar fools an awful lot of people as to what her real age is.
Possibly through the magic of liposuction, a professional makeup artist on staff along with a photographer that works magic with filters… or maybe she’s just a big-time winner in the genetic lottery. Either way, Salazar may be 61, but she can easily be mistaken for someone half her age.
Along the same lines, I’m fairly sure that Salazar also fools an awful lot of people as to where her real political loyalties lay. After all, she has an “R” at the end of her name.
Never mind that Salazar voted in-favor of the Left’s masturbatory fantasy better as Nancy Pelosi’s Jan. 6 Committee. Again, never mind that she’s voted with the Left on numerous occasions in support of destroying America’s immigration laws along with the mere existence of the southern border.
After all, she scored a whopping “F” Liberty Score from the good folks over at Conservative Review. As seen in the information below, this alleged Republican votes with liberals more often than she does with conservatives.
With all that info aside, please know that Salazar was elected to represent Florida’s 27th Congressional District. According to the official website for the Census Bureau, the population of the 27th is just a tad under 750,000.
Hold on a second! You may just be asking yourself, “Self, why should I care what the population of Florida’s 27th district?”
That’s because Salazar somehow is under the assumption that her constituency numbers somewhere between 13 and 15 million souls. She’s not quite sure.
As reported by reporter Chris J. Krisinger of the AmericanThinker.com;
When a citizen is elected to Congress, he is conferred the title of “representative,” with each “representative” elected to a two-year term, “serving the people of their specific congressional district.”
So it was disconcerting to hear Representative Maria Elvira Salazar, a Republican from Florida’s 27th district, address the recently concluded World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, in her official congressional capacity and declare that she “represents” the millions of migrants presently inside the sovereign borders of this nation illegally.
Speaking as part of a bipartisan panel discussing “the reshaped legislative landscape in the United States as it relates to domestic and foreign policy,” the crux of her remarks to the attendees was that she wanted to give “dignity” to illegal migrants that are living inside the United States.” She would elaborate:
We need to also give dignity to those people who are in the country. And those are the people that I represent. We’re talking about 13, 15 million people who are most of them Hispanics — I would say 85 percent — who speak my language, look like me and sound like me.