The Great Replacement Is an Electoral Strategy

19 July 2022

Tucker Carlson, Fox News, 19 July 2022:

Looking back, the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 turned out to be one of the most significant pieces of legislation ever passed by the U.S. Congress. Now, the people who wrote it knew that it would be so naturally spent a lot of time trying to convince everyone else that, in fact, it was no big deal.

“This is not a revolutionary bill,” assured Lyndon Johnson when he signed it – he first tip that it was, in fact, a revolutionary bill. And then there was this. On the Senate floor, Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts, the man who drove the bill, went out of his way to explain that the Democratic Party was absolutely not trying to replace the American population with more compliant foreign-born voters. No way. That’s an insane conspiracy theory he explained. “This bill will not flood our cities with immigrants,” Kennedy said. “It will not upset the ethnic mix of our society. It will not relax the standards of admission. It will not cause American workers to lose their jobs.”

It’s all bitterly amusing when you look back at it, because, of course, that is precisely what this bill did. This bill changed America completely and forever and the numbers show it. In the years since that legislation passed, the United States total population exploded by 140 million people. You’re seeing that chart on your screen right now. What direction does it point? Well, steadily upward. That’s the population.

Now, where did all those people come from? Nothing wrong with more people. The question is, who are they and where do they come from? Well, what you’re seeing is not the kind of organic growth that you would see in a healthy society that’s become more prosperous and welcoming of families. It’s not like people were so confident in the future they decided to have more kids. No, it’s just the opposite, exactly the opposite of that.

In fact. Since Ted Kennedy’s bill became law, birth rates among native born Americans, which are the clearest possible measure of optimism in the future, those have dropped off a cliff and you’re seeing that chart on the screen now. It’s the inverse of the first chart. This chart points downward. In 2020, the most recent year for which we have data, the overall fertility rate in the United States hit the lowest point ever recorded, and that was before COVID. This country is now well under the so-called replacement level. That means if we continue on this trajectory and no one’s trying to take us off this trajectory, eventually there will be no more native-born Americans.

So you put these two graphs together, and what do they show you? Well, they show you a number of things, but here’s the main one. Sometime around 1965, our leaders stopped trying to make the United States a hospitable place for American citizens, their constituents, to have their own families. That used to be considered the central task of leadership — perpetuating the population. If people are happy and confident, they’ll have kids.

They’re vested in the society and if they’re not, they won’t. That was their job. So, they stopped doing it and instead they just imported new people. That’s literally what happened. Now, you’re not allowed to point this out, of course. The media become absolutely hysterical when you do because it’s so obviously true. What’s interesting is that if something like this happened in any other country, say, in China or Japan or Nigeria, the populations of those countries would likely revolt because you can’t do that.

The leaders of a country can’t change the population of the country, especially in a democracy without the consent of the existing population. So, if those populations in, say, Nigeria, for example, revolted, the New York Times should be deeply sympathetic to their outrage. Again, you can’t just replace the electorate because you didn’t like the last election outcomes. That would be the definition of undermining democracy, changing the voters. But when it happens in this country, there is mandatory media enforced silence and in fact, if you notice it’s happening, it’s your fault. You’re immoral. You’re a racist, but it has nothing to do with race. It’s about change and it’s absolutely real.

The majority of population growth since 1965 has come from immigration, not from Americans having more kids. In 1965, the number of permanent illegal migrants in this country from Latin America was essentially zero. They were migrant farm workers, but there were no huge populations of people living here illegally. By 2008, that number had grown to perhaps 20 million people. They lied about it, but the best estimates suggest it was tens of millions.

And then came Joe Biden. Joe Biden accelerated that sad trend beyond what anyone thought was possible. The foreign-born population is now growing by 132,000 people every month.

That’s more than triple the average high under previous administrations. It’s double Barack Obama’s highest totals. According to AEI scholar Mark Perry, we can expect over 9 million new illegal aliens by the end of Joe Biden’s first term. Nothing like this has ever happened in this or maybe any other country ever and it’s happening for one reason. It’s not natural. It’s the product of a policy choice. Joe Biden promised amnesty to anyone who makes it across our border. So, in 2019, for example, the Trump administration criminally prosecuted 110,000 illegal migrants for violating immigration law. Not that they were bad people. Some of them were great people, but you’re not allowed to go into someone else’s country without permission. That’s what the law is and if you ignored the law, you are no longer a real country.


So, here’s another thing that’s changed since 1965, along with our population. Politicians no longer feel they need to pretend, partly because the population is so different. You’ve got a lot more people with permanent jobs in American politics. So, unlike Lyndon Johnson, Joe Biden didn’t pretend that his goal was not to change the population. He said it out loud. During the campaign, Biden referred to illegal immigration as a gift. {snip}


{snip} The great replacement. Yeah. It’s not a conspiracy theory. It’s their electoral strategy and we know that because they see it all the time. Here’s some examples.

STACEY ABRAMS: Blue Wave is African-American. Yeah, it’s White, it’s Latino, it’s Asian Pacific Islander. It is made up of those who’ve been told that they are not worthy of being here. It is comprised of those who are documented and undocumented. 

JULIAN CASTRO: In a couple of presidential cycles, you’ll be on election night, you’ll be announcing that we’re calling the 38 electoral votes of Texas for the Democratic nominee for president. It’s changing. It’s going to become a purple state and then a blue state because of the demographics.  

DICK DURBIN: The demographics of America are not on the side of the Republican Party. The new voters in this country are moving away from them, and instead they’re moving to be independents or even vote on the other side.  

BIDEN: An unrelenting stream of immigration, nonstop, nonstop. Folks like me, who are Caucasian of European descent for the first time in 2017 will be in an absolute minority in the United States of America, absolute minority. Fewer than 50% of the people in America from then on will be White European stock. That’s not a bad thing. That’s a source of our strength.  


No society can metabolize this many new people and stay stable, especially not now in this specific moment, because two unprecedented waves of human migration, you have to add, let’s see, a collapsing economy, inflation, food shortages, skyrocketing housing prices, falling wages, the trauma of two and a half years of COVID, the manufactured racial strife you saw Joe Biden himself encouraging. You put all that together and you have the most volatile possible mix of social factors.

So, into that you throw millions of brand-new people who have no connection to America whatsoever, people who broke our laws to get here, who don’t speak our language, who have no idea what the U.S. Constitution says and don’t care and what do you have when you put all of that together? You have a recipe for social collapse.

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