Liberals are desperately searching for excuses that Democrat Hillary Clinton unexpectedly lost to political newcomer Donald Trump in Tuesday’s historic election.
FOX News contributor Juan Williams, appearing on the panel of The Five Wednesday, threw Florida immigrants from Cuban heritage under the bus for supporting Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton on election day.
Williams pulled the sexist card on Cuban-Americans, claiming that their culture isn’t quite ready to have a female president and that must be — in his opinion — why they didn’t support the most unfavorably viewed Democrat nominee of all-time in the numbers that he would prefer.
“I just think this has to do a lot with culture. I think especially in the Cuban-American community, they’re not comfortable with a woman as a leader.”
Shockingly, 29 percent of Hispanics voted for Donald Trump according to exit polls, two percent more than Mitt Romney received in the 2012 race against Barack Obama. Trump also did better among black voters as well, but Hillary Clinton received five percent fewer votes among blacks than Obama did in 2012.