Over the weekend, a massive banner reading “mass immigration turned Virginia blue” was hung over Key Bridge in Arlington, Virginia by America First activists.
America First activists, sometimes referred to as ‘Groypers’, have recently been waging war against ‘Conservative Inc.’ Republicans, Never Trumpers and establishment RHINOS who support mass legal immigration.
In case you aren’t already aware, the Conservative Inc. faction of the Republican Party comprises characters like Charlie Kirk, Ben Shapiro, Mitt Romney, John Huntsman, the late John McCain, Jebb Bush, and I think you get the point.
Conversely, America First conservatives include people like Tucker Carlson, Ann Coulter, Patrick Buchanan, Milo Yiannopoulos, Laura Ingraham, and of course Donald Trump.
Most America First conservatives believe that demographics is destiny. Although the idea of demographic replacement has long been labeled by the mainstream, liberal press as a racist dog whistle, leftists discuss the idea all the time and often let slip that they can’t wait for the time when the United States is no longer a majority European, Anglo-American nation.
Just last week, during a so-called Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights event, civil rights lawyer and self-described ‘racial justice advocate’ Judith Browne Dianis, the co-director of the George Soros funded Advancement Project, openly bragged that less white people means more power for Democrats.
“When we get to 2042 or 2045, whatever you wanna use, we actually will not be suffering from what other countries like South Africa have which is having the numbers but not having the power,” said Dianis.
“People say that demographics aren’t destiny, well we are trying to make it destiny,” she added.
On one hand, the left-wing media celebrates that less white people has turned significant portions of America blue. On the other hand, if any right-winger points it out they’re decried as a conspiracy theorist and a racist bigot.
Following the Virginia election last month, the New York Times published a piece that lauded the fact that shifting demographics had flipped Virginia to solid blue.
The “more lasting force at work is demographics,” newspaper bragged.