Thursday, March 5, 2020

TRANSFORMED: 1 in 10 Voters are Immigrants

I'm not anti-immigrant. I came to this country as a child.
But there's a huge difference between a reasonable level of immigration, in keeping with the nation's history and traditions, and a transformative flood that washes everything away. What we've had is effectively open borders migration at a level most people don't understand and can't even comprehend. That helps explain the extreme radicalism that has overtaken the country.
When the population increasingly has little connection to the country's history and traditions, and little investment in it, the national fabric breaks down, politics becomes tribal, and all bets are off.
Mission accomplished.
More than 23 million U.S. immigrants will be eligible to vote in the 2020 presidential election, making up roughly 10% of the nation’s overall electorate – both record highs, according to Pew Research Center estimates based on Census Bureau data.
The number of immigrant eligible voters has increased steadily over the past 20 years, up 93% since 2000. By comparison, the U.S.-born eligible voter population grew more slowly (by 18%) over the same period, from 181 million in 2000 to 215 million in 2020.
Just as in the UK, this was part of a deliberate strategy to transform the country and open the Overton window.
Most immigrant eligible voters are either Hispanic or Asian, though they hail from countries across the globe. Immigrants from Mexico make up the single largest group, at 16% of foreign-born voters.
Read the rest from Daniel Greenfield HERE.

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