Ann Coulter views mass migration as the Democrat Party’s long-term electoral strategy.
In an interview with Breitbart New Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow, she said “Look at the last midterm election. Look how close Texas and Florida were. This has been a longterm plan of the Democrats.”
She added,” They’ve written about it. I quote them in Adios America, this isn’t a fantasy. They have been planning on flipping the entire country blue through the process of immigration. They can’t convince Americans to vote for them … let’s bring in people who vote for leaders like Hugo Chavez.”
The conservative commentator noticed the Left’s growing radicalization during the recent debates. She opined, “And that’s what they’re getting. I don’t know how you could watch that Democrat debate without thinking ‘Oh, I see. The Democrat Party’s base is the exact same people who voted for Hugo Chavez.’”
In Coulter’s view, the country is headed on the wrong path if immigration is not addressed.
“That is what this country will be headed for. We have 16 months left for Trump to keep his promises.”
With the 2020 presidential elections around the corner, Coulter believes that Trump should solely focus on immigration.
Coulter said, “What’s going to help him is building a substantial portion of the wall, finally signing that executive order on anchor babies … and he needs to start taxing remittances. These are all things he can do … he doesn’t need Congress.”
She also emphasized that Trump has constitutional authority in building the wall along the Southern border.
“The detail is in the Constitution, he is the Commander in Chief. He has control of the entire executive branch,” Coulter sustained.
“And, as I’ve always said, people think its — and I’m not saying the president doesn’t have the right to do this — but they grasp that the president can decide, ‘Oh my gosh, we need to send troops to Grenada, we’re going to send troops to El Salvador, we’re going to bomb Syria.’ And unless liberals are opposed to the military action entirely, nobody says, ‘Oh my gosh! Where did he get the authority to do that? It’s crazy! It’s like he’s issuing opinions, that isn’t his job!’”
Coulter drew upon U.S history to make her case:
“For the first few hundred years, that’s what our military did. It built walls, fortresses, fortifications, it was along the border … but yes we have that court ruling saying the president has the authority to use military funds to defend our border.”
The 2020 presidential elections will be the first time in American history that 10 percent of the voter base will be foreign born. Democrats stand to gain from this trend.
In a previous article, BLP noted that “90 percent of House congressional districts with a foreign-born population above the national average were claimed by Democrats” during the 2018 elections.
In other words, as Breitbart News points out, “every congressional district with a foreign-born population exceeding roughly 14 percent had a 90 percent chance of being controlled by Democrats and only a ten percent chance of electing a Republican.”
This appears to be the strategy going forward for Democrats, especially those in its radical left wing.
The Venezuelan case is another demonstration of the failure of socialism. Like Cuba, it has given Americans a close look at what radical left-wing economic policy will do to a country.
Although the U.S. government has grown tremendously during the last century, America has still been able to avoid the perils of socialist garrison states.
Nevertheless, with a new voting demographic that is more receptive to these kinds of ideas and that does not hold many of America’s founding principles dearly, anything is possible.
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