Move over Beto o’Rourke, super-gringo Amy Klobuchar is flexing her make-believe multicultural cred by trying to convince people she’s pretty much Hispanic.
While speaking to a labor union the Minnesota democrat told the crowd about her “Spanish” name from fourth grade.
In what qualifies as the worst pander attempt of the 2020 political season, Klobuchar tried to convince a bunch of Hispanic union members that she’s just like them.
Klobuchar spoke to the Culinary Union in Las Vegas, which is more or less made up of Hispanic immigrant women, and she wanted to push the idea she’s kind of Hispanic as well.
“My name is Amy,” started Klobuchar.
“And when I took Spanish in 4th grade, my name was Elena,” Klobuchar continued.
She attempted pronouncing “Elena” in a Hispanic accent a few times and then just spelled it out: “E-L-E-N-A” because she’s a liberal elite who thinks everyone else is stupid.
“My story is this. I stand on the shoulders of immigrants,” said Klobuchar.
“I don’t come from money. My mom, parents, we’re immigrants,” Klobuchar said.
“My grandpa came from a country called Switzerland and he went to Ellis Island where a lot of the immigrants came,” she said.
Somehow this got crazier. Klobuchar launched into a story about how her Grandpa was really an illegal alien who eventually became a U.S. and then used this bullshit to attack President Trump.
This is like Hillary Clinton saying “I ain’t in no ways tired” in a black church and claiming she carries hot sauce in her purse times ten.