Joe Scarborough is Excited Demographic “Freight Train” Will Collapse the GOP
Joe Scarborough simply can’t keep it to himself when it comes mass migration trends.
The MSNBC host tweeted, “Democrats have won the popular vote 6 of the last 7 elections. They won a record landslide in 2018. Demographics are a freight train carrying them into the future. The GOPs actions will accelerate their collapse. The future belongs to Democrats if they work hard & focus on 2020.”
Paul Joseph Watson pointed out that Scarborough’s rhetoric is similar to presidential candidate Joe Biden’s, who previously praised an “unrelenting stream of immigration.” Such a migration wave left unchecked could lead to whites becoming a minority, which Biden declared was “not a bad thing” and something to be “proud of.”
Similarly, during the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights back in December, a speaker alluded to what happened in South Africa before commenting, “People say that demographics aren’t destiny, well we are trying to make it destiny.”
The Left is very open about using mass migration as a political weapon to dilute the Republican vote. Voting trends from the past 50+ years largely confirms their assumptions.
In November, the New York Times released a story arguing that demographic changes flipped Virginia blue.
The “more lasting force at work is demographics,” the newspaper indicated.
The mainstream media get giddy about demographic shift but when immigration skeptic organizations raise valid points about these trends, they’re immediately branded as “white nationalists.”
Going forward, the GOP must tackle the immigration issue head on in order to maintain electoral viability and foster social cohesion. On top of that, basic civil liberties such as the right to bear arms and free speech are largely threatened by mass migration due to well-established voter beliefs and trends.
At the end of the day, immigration restriction is about making sure that massive waves of migration are met with natural or legislative pauses.
These pauses are essential for allowing immigrants to assimilate and also stabilize the labor market for both migrants and Americans alike.
In the current post-1965 Immigration Act context, an immigration moratorium is long overdue.