Hispanic voters disenfranchised?

First, here is an excerpt from a Politico.com story about alleged disenfranchisement of Hispanic voters:

_________ backers contend that many Hispanic voters had been turned away from the polls on  Tuesday as they tried to cast ballots for  __________ . . . a group of liberal activists had been scheduled to march in front of the Federal  Election Commission in downtown Washington, protesting what they saw as a  concerted effort to disenfranchise Hispanic voters in the race . . .

If Hispanic voters were claiming that they were being disenfranchised by Republicans, then liberal media pundits would be talking about the claim, if not supporting it.  So, are liberal media pundits talking about (or supporting)  the above-quoted claim of Hispanic voter disenfranchisement?

Here is the same excerpt from the Politico.com story, but with all of the details.

Ethnic and racial tensions also are bubbling to the surface. Espaillat’s  backers contend that many Hispanic voters had been turned away from the polls on  Tuesday as they tried to cast ballots for the state senator, who is trying to  become the first Dominican-American member of Congress. Leonel Fernandez, the  president of the Dominican Republic, has reached out to Espaillat to see if he  can offer any assistance, according to an Espaillat aide.

On Friday afternoon, a group of liberal activists had been scheduled to march  in front of the Federal Election Commission in downtown Washington, protesting  what they saw as a concerted effort to disenfranchise Hispanic voters in the  race and to call on the office “to investigate claims of voter fraud and  intervene in this disputed primary.”

So far, the candidates themselves have managed to keep a distance from the  chaos. Espaillat has not made any public comments about the race since  Wednesday, and Rangel simply shrugged when asked about the uncertainty in a  Thursday TV interview.

Yes, the people being accused of disenfranchising Hispanic voters are the supporters of Charles Rangel.

What say liberal pundits?

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