Ann Coulter Warns: America is Becoming The Next Venezuela via Mass Migration
During an interview with Lars Larson, conservative commentator Ann Coulter said that America’s renowned middle class will be laid to waste thanks to the political class’s open borders agenda.
According to an interview with with Breitbart, Coulter argues that the political elite’s “ultimate goal is hemispheric open borders.”
“We used to have … the hallmark of America was an enormous, enormous middle class. I mean, something like 80 to 90 percent of Americans describes themselves as middle class,” Coulter asserted. “You might be upper or lower within that, but there were not enormous gaps.”
“I mean, there is a problem with the oligarchs in this country and they’re the ones bringing in the cheap labor and they’re the ones — not all of them but a lot of them — who don’t care about the country per se,” Coulter added. “They just want more and more cheap labor. And they are going to deliver a country to us like Venezuela through people like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.”
Although Warren has positioned herself as a populist at times, Breitbart’s John Binder pointed out that “her campaign to win the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination has endorsed one of the most open borders platforms of all the candidates.”
Her immigration plan is as radically open border as it gets. Warren wants to decriminalize illegal immigration and amnesty the 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living in America. These policies will not only economically displace many of America’s middle class workers, they will likely provide the shock troops that the Democratic party needs to win at the polls according to historical breakdowns their voting patterns.
BLP reported that 90 percent of House congressional districts with a foreign-born population above the national average fell into Democratic hands during the 2018 elections.
On top of that, the U.S. is projected to take in at least 15 million new foreign-born voters within the next decade. In 2016, Hillary Clinton defeated President Trump by grabbing 64 percent of the foreign-born vote. All things being equal, these voting patterns present an existential threat to the Republican party in the following decades.
Immigration reforms involving the end of chain migration, abolishing birthright citizenship, and tighter pathways to citizenship are essential in maintaining the demographic and political balance in America.