Pink Wave Crashes Across Mexico

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On May 19th, 2024, freedom-loving Mexicans from all walks of life united to protest against the current authoritarian and socialist government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) and the Morena party. Often referred to as the “Narco President” and “Narco Party” due to alleged close ties with organized crime, the government’s reputation took a further hit when President AMLO publicly greeted El Chapo’s mother, sparking widespread outrage.

Millions of Mexicans desiring change rallied in support of Xóchitl Gálvez, the freedom and liberty candidate for the upcoming June 2nd presidential election. They gathered to show their support and pledge their votes to end the Morena party’s reign and advocate for freedom, life, and truth for all Mexicans. Gálvez, known for her down-to-earth style and advocacy for progressive policies, presents a stark contrast to the current administration​

Gálvez’s background as an Indigenous woman from humble beginnings who became a successful tech entrepreneur and senator resonates with many Mexicans. Her candidacy has gained significant attention, and she has been formally nominated by the Broad Front for Mexico, a coalition of opposition parties including the conservative National Action Party, the progressive Democratic Revolution Party, and the Institutional Revolutionary Party

Why is this important to California and the USA?

It is vital to our national security that the Mexican people vote to remove a socialist and criminal political regime from our southern border. The outcome of this election could significantly impact the stability and security of the region, affecting everything from trade to immigration policies.

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