NY Times Brags About Mass Immigration Flipping Virginia Blue
Democrats are jubilant because Virginia has flipped back to their full control for the first time since 1993. The radical left now controls the Virginia Governor’s office, the State Senate and the House of Delegates. While most political prognosticators are making wild guesses about the reason for the radical shift, the New York Times surprised everyone with a shocking moment of honesty. The paper actually nailed the real reason why Virginia suddenly and “unexpectedly” flipped blue.
So, what was the cause? Did Virginia Democrats win over the voters with the Governor’s promise to make newborn babies “comfortable” before killing them in the delivery room?
Perhaps voters were charmed by the two credible rape accusations against the state’s Lieutenant Governor?
Were they swept off their feet when Governor Northam couldn’t remember whether he was the guy in blackface or the guy wearing the Klan hood in his college yearbook?
Not according to the New York Times. America’s “paper of record” notes that Virginia was captured by the Democrats due to a “tidal wave of mass immigration.” The Democrats did not retake Virginia because they had better policies or better arguments.
They didn’t win the state because they had a better campaign strategy. They didn’t even have to run a massive Get Out the Vote Drive. Instead, the Democrat Party has decided that it’s in their best interests to simply replace American voters with foreign rings, since the Americans aren’t voting for them anyway.
Virginia’s foreign-born population totaled just 312,000 people back in 1990, according to research by Breitbart News. Today, Virginia’s foreign-born population totals more than 1.1 million – nearly four times as many.
You might be inclined to think, “Well, what’s the big deal? That’s just population growth.” But what the Democrats realize is that among all immigrants, the voting split is 8 to 2 in their favor. For every 10 legal immigrants we allow into the country, only 2 of them will vote Republican.
The math is so simple that you would think even a Republican Congressman could figure it out:
8 out of 10 immigrants automatically vote for the socialist policies and candidates of the Democrat Party. America currently allows 1.2 million immigrants to resettle in the US every year.
At this rate, how many years will it be before no Republican could possibly be elected to office, ever again?
The New York Times interviewed an immigrant from India about his voting choices this year. The immigrant told the Times that he voted for Democrats because he likes the fact that the left wants to take everyone’s guns away. For that immigrant – and for millions just like him – personal, private gun ownership under the Second Amendment is a “most pressing issue.”
Why wouldn’t he want to undermine the Second Amendment? An immigrant from India has plenty of free time on his hands to worry about changing the host country that allowed him to move in.
Even though the Indian immigrant has a job because he undercut the wages of an American worker, the immigrant gets a housing voucher, food stamps, cash welfare and a host of other benefits. He has no trouble making a living in our advanced economy, because his lifestyle is subsidized by the taxpayers.
This allows him to spend a lot of time worrying about your personal gun ownership, because he doesn’t have to concern himself with working as hard as you do to make a living.
The US is currently on track to admit an additional 15 million legal immigrants over the next 20 years. That’s a total of 12 million Democrat voters and 3 million Republican voters. The US popular vote in 2016 resulted in a difference of about 3 million votes between the two candidates.
Never mind the popular vote, however. Republicans won’t have any hope of winning the electoral college within a decade, because Texas and Florida will go the same way as Virginia eventually.
It’s sad, but that’s what happens when the Republican Party’s official policy is, “We love legal immigrants!” What a curious thing to say. The immigrants certainly don’t love the Republicans in return. They tell us so every time there’s an election.