Pro-Mass Migration Group Brags About Naturalizing Nearly 100,000 Legal Immigrants in Georgia Ahead of the 2022 Midterms
Are Georgia Democrats using mass migration to turn Georgia into a one-party state?
In a press release published earlier this month, the National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA), the SEIU union, several pro-mass migration groups in Georgia stated the following:
Over 96,000 newly naturalized Americans in the state, who naturalized between 2016 and 2020, could significantly influence the outcome of the 2022 midterm elections.
Neil Munro noted that “this number exceeds over eight times the state’s November 2020 presidential election margin of victory and the 2021 Senate runoff election margin of 93,272 votes.”
“We’re knocking on doors, we’re having conversations with community members, we are registering people at festivals,” Jerry Gonzalez, the CEO of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO) said to 11Alivecom. “So the Latino electorate in Georgia is truly powerful, and it’s also outperforming the national low voter participation rate.”
Among those naturalized are Indians, who tend to be a reliable pro-Democratic constituency.
“The number of newly naturalized citizens originally from India, 11,188, is nearly equal to the margin of victory during the November 2020 presidential election,” the statement read.
Nationally speaking, Democrats are aiming to naturalize two million legal immigrants before the 2022 midterms. The NPNA website spelled out its principal goal:
“Naturalize Now. Vote Tomorrow!
There are currently 9 million lawful permanent residents eligible to naturalize and become U.S. Citizens.”
Our campaign goal to Naturalize #2MillionBy2022 is a partnership among the country’s leading immigrant and refugee advocacy and service organizations, cities and counties and national advocacy organizations and unions.
Back in a July report, the NPNA boasted about the growing bloc of legal migrants Democrats can tap into :
By the time of the 2022 midterm elections, they can total an estimated 5.19 million … This multiracial, multi-generational, and majority women group of [legal immigrant] naturalized citizens represent a potential voting bloc that in 2022 can decide various political outcomes including who controls the U.S. Senate by voting in states like Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Florida.
The changing demographics of various Sun Belt states are now making these states much more competitive for Democrats. The fact is that the modern-day Democratic Party is committed to electing a new people and using immigrants to establish one-party state based on wokism, multiculturalism, and social degeneracy.
While Hispanics have been drifting to the Republican fold lately, these gains will be wiped out if more migrants are allowed to continue to flood into the country and go straight through the voter pipeline. The most viable solution to address this existential problem is the implementation of an immigration moratorium.
It will take a whole new political leadership class, especially one of America First orientation, for that to happen.