We all know that Democrats are trying to change the demographics in this country so they can maintain control forever, and if you try to bring it up, guess what you’re labeled as?
A crazy conspiracy theorist, or a white supremacist. Who knows? You might even end up being labeled as both.
According to Senator Dick Durbin, this “great replacement” is very real and is going on as we speak.
We have all seen the photos and videos, and we have all seen how Kamala Harris refuses to visit the border, or do anything of significance there.
Her neglect has gotten so bad that President Trump now has to be the one to take charge and visit the border.
Still, we are told over and over again by state puppets on the television that “there is no border crisis”, but they seem to say that about everything that is true—like election fraud and Covid origins.
Take a look at Senator Dick Durbin sounding the alarm:
Big League Politics gave us some insight:
Far-left activists are letting the mask slip, and admitting that their plan is to use demographics to replace America’s white majority and create a grievance-based voting bloc that will usher in radical socialism.
Panelists admitted the demographic reality during the first day of the We Are Democracy 2019 Conference, which is still ongoing in Washington D.C. right now. Guests of the conference are speaking about social justice issues and discussing strategies on how to spread the far-left agenda.
“So that when we get to 2042 or 2045, whatever year you want to use, that we actually will not be suffering from what other countries like South Africa had, which is having the numbers but not having the power,” said Judith Browne Dianis, who works as the executive director of the National Office for the Advancement Project.
National Review had more on Senator Durbin’s warnings:
During an address before Congress, Senate Democratic whip Dick Durbin suggested that Republican-dominated state legislatures are enacting election bills as a defense mechanism because the GOP has lost its competitive power and no longer represents the majority of Americans.
“The demographics of America are not on the side of the Republican party. The new voters in this country are moving away from them, away from Donald Trump, away from their party creed that they preach,” Durbin stated. He said GOP defectors are switching allegiances to become independents or join the Democratic Party.