The New York Times and The Washington Post declared that mass immigration and changes in demographics were an important reason that Democrats took complete control of Virginia.
They now control the governor’s seat, both chambers of the state’s legislature and the lieutenant governor’s seat for the first time in almost 30 years.
I keep telling people, this is the real threat. Holder’s work discussed in here could cripple the government for the next decade-plus even if we hold the White House and Senate for another election cycle. I still haven’t heard how it’s being countered.https://t.co/aGmlNr7NLw
— Pierre Delecto/ Corn Pop 2024 (@Deplorable1520) November 12, 2019
The New York Times and The Washington Post admitted that mass immigration and changes in demographics were a significant reason that Democrats took complete control of Virginia last week.
Democrats now control the governor’s seat, both chambers of the state’s legislature and the lieutenant governor’s seat for the first time in nearly 30 years.
Following the Democrats’ dominate night in Virginia, The New York Times admitted that years of mass immigration are starting to radically change the electoral map “from Richmond to Atlanta, Houston, Denver and elsewhere and Democrats are starting to breach Republicans’ firewalls in elections.” More
The New York Times reported:
Not long ago, this rolling green stretch of Northern Virginia was farmland. Most people who could vote had grown up here. And when they did, they usually chose Republicans.
The fields of Loudoun County are disappearing. In their place is row upon row of cookie-cutter townhouses, clipped lawns and cul-de-sacs — a suburban landscape for as far as the eye can see. Unlike three decades ago, the residents are often from other places, like India and Korea. And when they vote, it is often for Democrats.
Once the heart of the confederacy, Virginia is now the land of Indian grocery stores, Korean churches and Diwali festivals. The state population has boomed — up by 38 percent since 1990, with the biggest growth in densely settled suburban areas like South Riding. One in 10 people eligible to vote in the state were born outside the United States, up from one in 28 in 1990. It is also significantly less white. In 1990, the census tracts that make up Mr. Katkuri’s Senate district were home to about 35,000 people — 91 percent of them white. Today, its population of 225,000 is just 64 percent white.
The Washington Post essentially reported the same thing following last week’s election results:
Virginia now stands as a fearful avatar for Republicans of what the nation’s unrelenting demographic and cultural changes mean for the party, as the moderate-to-liberal urban and suburban areas grow and more conservative rural areas lose ground. Similar shifts are starting to hit such states as North Carolina, Arizona, Georgia and Texas, as minority populations increase and white college-educated voters continue to turn away from the Republican brand.
The democrats can no longer win an election fair and square. They have to flood districts with immigrants who will vote democrat, continue on with voter fraud, redraw districts, whatever is necessary to win.
They truly do not care about US citizens or about our great nation. They want to destroy it. It’s all about power and greed. It can only be stopped by voting Republican, enacting term limits, and draining the swamp. Stop listening to Fake News and start thinking about how we can help Trump save our country.
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