How The Great Replacement Impacts Elections

16 February 2024
by Fred Elbel

Under America's Constitutional Republic, elections decide who will represent the people in Congress, and the Electoral College decides who will be president. Mass importation of illegal aliens is a deliberate strategy to skew and distort elections in the following ways:

Anchor babies

Anchor babies are children born in the United States to illegal alien parents under the principle of birthright citizenship. While foreigners - that is, aliens - cannot vote in U.S. elections, a misinterpretation of the 14th Amendment allows anchor babies to be granted citizenship and thus vote upon reaching voting age.

Chain migration

Illegal aliens who become citizens can bring in adult children, siblings, and parents in their country of origin under a policy called chain migration and family reunification. Chain migration policy provides an incentive for legal relatives of immigrants in the US to overstay their visas once invited here for reunification purposes. The promise of amnesty for these new illegal aliens then acts as yet another incentive for them remain in America.

Immigration policy through the 1950s extended nuclear family reunification only to spouses and minor children of immigrants. In 1965, Congress changed immigration law to allow immigrants to be able to send for adult children, siblings, and parents in their country of origin. This expanding chain of immigration has resulted in a never-ending stream of millions of immigrants entering America.

As the cycle endlessly repeats, a never-ending stream of mass migration changes and alters the voting demographic.

Illegal alien voting

Most state voter registration forms contain a simple check a box: "Yes, I’m a United States citizen." Most states have no verification, or inadequate verification at best, of citizenship.

Indeed, the Democrat party opposes use of secure and verifiable ID during the registration and voting process, using the tired excuse of "racism".

In addition, the federal Motor Voter law, passed in 1993 facilitates that anyone and everyone (including aliens) can be registered to vote. This is a component of long-term structural election rigging.

Apportionment of House seats

The U.S. House of Representatives delimits seats proportionally between states. The states, in turn, create districts in which House members run. The decennial US Census has been used since 1790 as the basis for Apportionment of House seats.

Upon taking office in January 2021, Biden signed an executive order requiring that the Census Bureau factor in all residents, including noncitizens, as part of its decennial census.

As a result, congressional districts in those states with proportionately higher numbers of illegal aliens end up representing a large illegal alien, non-citizen, non-enfranchised population. In addition, electoral votes for presidential elections are similarly swayed.

Today the total number of illegal aliens account for roughly 22 seats in the House.

Displacement of American values with socialistic values

Under open borders and virtually unlimited mass immigration, millions of invaders are brought into America from a long list of foreign countries. The vast majority of these illegal alien invaders enter solely for economic gain. Most have little intent to assimilate into American culture or to understand America's cherished history and the values of individualism upon which our nation was founded.

These illegal aliens are brought into America predominantly by Democrat open border policies, and they receive massive taxpayer-paid handouts from the Democrats, thus greatly encouraging these aliens to vote for the Democrat party when they are able to vote.

Furthermore, these illegal aliens come from countries that do not share America's history, emphasis of individualism, and the important founding principles of our Republic. Most come from socialistic countries, and they will tend to vote for similar socialistic principles in America - that is, principles embodied by the Democrat party.

Millions and millions

A number of studies have attempted to answer the question, How many illegal aliens reside in the United States? Several studies have concluded that the illegal alien population in America was at least 20 million (also see The Underground Labor Force is Rising to the Surface). Other reputable studies concluded in 2007 at least 38 million.

Yet in 2024 the Biden regime has mandated wide-open borders. See More recruits for Joe Biden's army of illegal voters - video. Indeed, immigration is driving America's population to double within the lifetimes of children born today.

Can you imagine what importing another 100 million illegal aliens will do to our electoral system and two-party system?

To visualise the impact of the devastating levels of immigration that the ruling elites, the Democrat party, and Congress have mandated, see the video, World Poverty, Immigration, and Gumballs, included below.


Democracy or a Republic?

From Constitutional Republic to Socialism to Globalism to Feudalism

Why The Engineered Cultural Replacement?

The Great Replacement Is an Electoral Strategy

The Importance of the Electoral College

Anchor babies, birthright citizenship, and the 14th Amendment

Apportionment and The 14th Amendment to the US Constitution

The Impact of Non-Citizens on Congressional Apportionment

Video: Biden regime Great Replacement impacts voting rights

64 Ways the Biden Regime Opened America's Borders to the World’s Migrants

Illegals Nation: A 'great replacement' beginning to unfold?

A Brief History of Democrat Election Fraud

How many illegal aliens reside in the United States? A methodology using Border Patrol "got away" statistics

Without Mass Deportations, America's Demographics Shift Will Result In Radical Politics


World Poverty, Immigration, and Gumballs, by Roy Beck
 the Great Replacement is an electoral strategy
Biden regime immigration policy is deliberate - Victor Davis Hanson on 'Life, Liberty & Levin'


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 initiative. In order to win and maintain power, Democrats plan to change the population of the country...

Mass immigration increases the power of the Democratic Party. Period. That's the reason Democrats support it. It's the only reason.