On Tuesday, Axios reported that the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) is demanding that the Joe Biden regime nominate failed ex-House members defeated in 2020 to positions in his administration.
Among the names the caucus reportedly floated was that of Democrat ex-Rep. Xochitl Torres Small who was soundly defeated in 2020 by Republican Congresswoman Yvette Herrell after Torres Small “won” the Second District in 2018 by a handful of absentee Democrat ballots miraculously discovered the next day after the election.
Axios writes, “CHC members… pushed former Rep. Xochitl Torres Small (D-N.M.) for undersecretary of rural development at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, a job for which she is already said to be a candidate.”
The news comes after Torres Small joined a political action committee called “Shield PAC” with other defeated 2020 Democrats to “inoculate their most vulnerable incumbents from the type of attacks that proved so effective in 2020, when they lost seats in the House.”
According to the PAC website, it claims that if these Democrats don’t keep their seats, “the seditionist, Trump-loving GOP will take over the House.” These extreme attacks from a supposed “moderate” Democrat PAC show that these calls for moderation appear to be merely smoke and mirrors.
In Congress, Torres Small supported socialist taxpayer-funded “free” college, amnesty for criminal aliens, New Mexico’s “mini” Green New Deal, and bills that would put men in women’s bathrooms. When asked directly to address her refusal to support a bill giving basic medical care for babies born alive after botched abortions, she stood by her infanticide stance. Torres Small also voted to impeach President Donald J. Trump, which likely was the final nail in her coffin.
Now, it appears Torres Small is gunning for a cabinet position while the Democrat Hispanic Caucus is doing everything it can to promote her for possibly another run in 2022.
The move comes after the Caucus, including New Mexico Rep. Teresa Leger de Fernandez and Ben Ray Luján met with Joe Biden to discuss immigration. Torres Small previously refused to endorse Biden until she was pressed to say she would during a candidate debate.