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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Facts back Tucker Carlson assertion about replacement voters

​This is an opinion blog, but for this one post, I am going to try to keep my opinion to myself.

Fascists are demanding Fox fire Tucker Carlson again, this time for stating that Democrats want to replace naturally born voters, who tend to vote Republican, with immigrants.

Never mind that for years, liberals have bragged that changing demographics doom Republicans. Liberals look forward to the 2050 Census, which they believe will show whites no longer are a majority.

Tucker Carlson wrote, "Last week, we said something on television that the usual chorus of hyper-aggressive liars is now pretending was somehow highly controversial. Ordinarily, we'd ignore all of this. Once you've been denounced as a white supremacist for quoting Martin Luther King Jr., you realize such criticism is all just all another form of social control. Honestly, who cares what they think?

"But in this one case, we thought it might be worth pausing to restate the original point, both because it was true and worth saying, and also because America badly needs a national conversation about it."

Toward the end of the column, Carlson said, "Demographic change is the key to the Democratic Party's political ambitions. Let's say that again for emphasis, because it is the secret to the entire immigration debate: Demographic change is the key to the Democratic Party's political ambitions. In order to win and maintain power. Democrats plan to change the population of the country. They're no longer trying to win you over with their program. They're obviously not trying to improve your life. They don't even really care about your vote anymore. Their goal is to make you irrelevant."

Democrats brag about it.

Now that Carlson has called them out, they smear him as racist.

But the fact is, immigrants are more likely to register Democrat than Republican when they obtain the right to vote.

Pew Research reported 45% of Hispanic are Democrats. Only 8% are Republican.

Once again, the left is on Carlson's case not because he is saying things that are not so, but because he is telling the truth.

Demographics are destiny. Ask American Indians in Massachusetts how that whole Pilgrim thing worked out for them.

That is if you can find any Indians in Massachusetts.

45 comments:

  1. This has been obvious to me for many years and the Democrats have really made no secret of their plans. That morons like Liddle Marco want to go along with it tells us who he really is, along with the rest of the RINOs who support amnesty. The whole point of giving illegals driver's licenses was not to get them to buy insurance and drive better, it was to register them to vote via Motor Voter! Duh. B-1 Bob Dornan was the first Congressman to lose due to the illegal vote, fact, and now many others have suffered the same fate.

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    1. This started with Ted Kennedy's INA 1965. The effects began to be seen in Texas as early as 1970. It has accelerated ever since.

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    2. Don't tell Special E.D. about this replacement through immigration that Don just wrote about. Everytime I do it he yells FUD.

      Let's see if he's consistent and calls Don out. I bet not.

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  2. As a admiring reader in Massachusetts, I can tell you we have lots of Indians here. There's...um, well no, not any more, he's dead. So, okay, how about whoozit, the Wampanoag chief? Gone too? Elizabeth Warren, QED.

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  3. Thank heavens for Carlson. He is fearless and I agree with him on maybe 95% of his opinions.

    Liawatha Warren may be the last Indian left in Massachusetts.

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    1. Cherokee people, Cherokee tribe, so proud to live, so proud to die...

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    2. I'm not attacking either of you here, just pointing out that Carlson is not to be trusted. He had to be dragged kicking and screaming to admit fraud may have happened in the Presidential race. And he did not defend Trump over the "riot" on Jan 6 until he got significant blowback.

      Trust but verify.

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    3. Z, she belongs to the Wahknobbian indian tribe.

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  4. The left entire existence depends upon racial tensions. They agitate hate and intolerance where there is none. They manufacture fear when there’s nothing to fear. They are the evil they think they see in the world.

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  5. This is getting confusing. Should we all start learning Spanish or Mandarin?

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    1. Oh, damn, that's funny!

      California you need both. Lol

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    2. I tried writing hello in Mandarin the other day, but the lady in the produce department got mad and put them back in the display basket.

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  6. I too wished that Tucker had called out voter fraud. But in his defense, he behaves like a real journalist: he investigates before running a story. The fraud in the last election was so extensive and multi-faceted that people have been working to unravel it for months. Tucker would have had to drop everything else to research and cover it adequately.

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  7. I too wished that Tucker had called out voter fraud. But in his defense, he behaves like a real journalist: he investigates before running a story. The fraud in the last election was so extensive and multi-faceted that people have been working to unravel it for months. Tucker would have had to drop everything else to research and cover it adequately.

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  8. I too wished that Tucker had called out voter fraud. But in his defense, he behaves like a real journalist: he investigates before running a story. The fraud in the last election was so extensive and multi-faceted that people have been working to unravel it for months. Tucker would have had to drop everything else to research and cover it adequately.

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  9. I too wished that Tucker had called out voter fraud. But in his defense, he behaves like a real journalist: he investigates before running a story. The fraud in the last election was so extensive and multi-faceted that people have been working to unravel it for months. Tucker would have had to drop everything else to research and cover it adequately.

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  10. Sen. Pocahontas is from further South, isn't she?

    "That is if you can find any Indians in Massachusetts."

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  11. I apologize for the repeats and request Don to get rid of all the extras, if he can. I kept hitting the back button to return to the story and didn’t realize that my comment was being republished.

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    1. I have no control over that. None. That is how Blogger set it up

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    2. Kay: You can solve the problem. Just hit the delete function for all the posts you don't need.

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    3. He didn't just refuse to call out the fraud. He called the notion of fraud a hoax. That blew up in his face so he backpedaled.

      There's a difference.

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    4. Jake, you (and Reagan) also said, correctly: Trust but verify. These days I think that applies to just about everything we might read, hear or see. In this case if Tucker had done that he could have avoided that hit on his credibility.

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  12. Paul Ryan's Fox News is an Enemy of Americans' Freedom. They conspired with the Obama/Clinton Crime Syndicate to steal our elections. They manipulated the results so the real winner never pulled ahead, then used their conservative street cred to keep the counting open for a weeek until the Steal was done. They helped overthrow the People.

    Tucker does some good work but all Fox employees are prevented from discussing the biggest Political Crime in American History as a condition of keeping their jobs.

    Yes, the Actual President still appears on Bartiromo, having decided it is worth it to reach viewers.

    I watch sparingly just to keep abreast of enemy strategy. For instance, they have been pimping Gov. Kemp as a hero, when he was one of the true criminals of the Election Fraud Coup.

    I've also heard them say the differences between McConnell and Actual PDT are just personality-based. In fact, they're about whether to grovel before China for ca$h.

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  13. Don't tell Special E.D. about this replacement through immigration. Everytime I do it he yells FUD.

    Let's see if he's consistent and calls Don out. I bet not.

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    1. They ain't replacing them through immigration, but through invasion.

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    2. ICYMI, they've been talking about this for 50 years.

      Still hasn't happened. Must be all those white Hispanics.

      And it's not immigration. Immigration is a legal process. That's why they're called illegals.

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    3. Jeremy, it's both. Under Bush we topped two million LEGAL immigrants a year. That's an invasion.

      The Dims know that legal immigration is the ballgame not illegal. By the time illegal immigration gets fixed you soon won't have a country left and the legal immigrants will still be flooding in to make sure of it.

      And it has happened, Edweenie, you smacktard. Look at California alone, schmuck.

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  14. Open Border Chamber of Commerce Republicans like Paul Ryan, John Boehner, Mitt Romney, Mitch McConnell (and there are many others) could give a rat’s azz about average working Americans - Trump Supporters.

    I hate the GOPe much more than the Democrats because while the Democrats lie when they say they “care” — only naive fools believe it when obvious liars like Bill Clinton claims he “feels your pain.”

    On the other hand, Establishment Republicans insist they are “conservative” — Mitt infamously claimed he governed as a “severe conservative” during his one term as Governor of Massachusetts—What a Massive Tool. But when conservative voters don’t support the Establishment candidate and nominate a true conservative as the GOP nominee, the Establishment GOP rushes to support the Libertarian, or even the Democrat opponent in the race.

    In that sense, NeverTrump is not new. It is what the GOPe does.

    So in short, while TUCKER is correct, I find it amusing that he is an employee of the Globalists Murdoch family. Anyone paying attention knows the ONLY reason they Fox continues to employe TUCKER is if they fire him they would lose ALL of their conservative viewers.

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  16. Don't put a whole lot of stock in Pew.

    liberals have bragged that changing demographics doom Republicans. Liberals look forward to the 2050 Census, which they believe will show whites no longer are a majority.

    Interestingly, Pew says Hispanics assimilate in 2 or 3 generations, so the Lefties will have to keep importing Hispanics, especially since Trump doubled his share of the Hispanic vote.

    PS Now, does that census include white Hispanics?

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    1. Most Hispanics ARE White. That is why the government has categories like "WHITE (NON-HISPANIC)" and such. Duh.

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    2. And if you believe Pew geo you're an idiot. Look around you.

      By the time this mass wave supposedly assimilates in three generations (they must mean legally voting for Dims instead of illegally) you won't have a country left.

      The evidence is all around you, California being the most obvious example. Don't look at it. You'll bust your fantasy world.

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  17. I'm not attacking either of you here, just pointing out that Carlson is not to be trusted.

    I am not taking a position on Tucker Carlson specifically, but in recent years we have repeatedly seen examples of alleged conservative Republicans who do and say all the right things until the moment when it really matters, at which time they go AWOL, or worse, join with the enemy.

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    1. Actually, you can't trust Tucker to think like you do - that is a very different thing. He is one of the very few independent minds anywhere in journalism and he will tell you what he believes - not reinforce what you believe. He is as hard on Republicans (ask Asa Hutchison or Kristi Noem) as he is the progressives he regularly eviscerates.

      He would absolutely agree that this election was unfairly won by the Democrats. He regularly talks to the fundamental corruption of mail-in ballots and their harvesting. What he has not bought into is the magic electronic shifting of votes by mysterious Venezuelan colonels and rogue software engineers. The kraken turned out to be a crustacean.

      But he is absolutely fearless in defending what he believes. Moreover, he is smarter and better educated than his critics - on both sides. Thank God he is out there.

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  18. FWIW, this is their "solution" to the problem that the blue enclaves (like welfare-states and socialist jurisdictions the world over) have very low birthrates and they're getting worse. If you look at the demographics, if you just let things play out as they've been heading, the left would be on its way to literal extinction.

    One of the more jarring plots I've ever seen was from the 2004 Presidential contest. If you plotted on one axis the birthrate of the state and on the other the margin-of-difference between the candidates, it was almost a straight line - the correlation coefficient was something like 0.8.

    So this "plan" is basically to make up for the lack of children being produced by "progressives."

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  19. "Once again, the left is on Carlson's case not because he is saying things that are not so, but because he is telling the truth." Dems LOVE lies.

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  20. You know the world has gone crazy when, not only is the truth Not a defense, but exactly what you are being attacked for.

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