Immigration: It’s not about Jobs; It’s about canceling out your vote!

Immigration reform, reportedly designed to fill jobs that Americans will not take, is a deceptive cover story. Don’t buy it. More than any other purpose, immigration is about votes.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are about 325 million people living in America (as of June 3, 2017). In 2015, 17.6 percent, or 57 million, were described as Hispanic or Latino. The foreign-born from all races and ethnicities make up about 13 percent of the U.S. population. About six percent are naturalized citizens and seven percent are non-citizens. We know, however, that illegal aliens operate within the shadows of society, so an unknown number are not counted by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Of the 43 million Hispanics eligible to vote in 2016, just under 24.8 million were registered and approximately 20.6 million voted (U.S. Census Bureau). Pew Research (www.pewresearch.org) reports that in the 2016 presidential election, Hispanics made up just over nine percent of the electorate. To no one’s surprise, in the 2016 presidential election, Democrat Hillary Clinton received 66 percent of the Hispanic/Latino vote, and Republican Donald Trump received 28 percent. This compares to 67 percent for Democrat Barack Obama and 31 percent for Republican John McCain in 2008; and 71 percent for Democrat Barack Obama and 27 percent for Republican Mitt Romney in 2012.

In election after election, Democrats consistently win a majority of Hispanic votes. Beyond all doubt, this is the primary reason Democrats salivate at the thought of increasing the percentage of Hispanic voters from 10 percent of the electorate (in 2012) to 20 or 30 percent. With a pro-Democrat voting bloc of that magnitude, Democrats would be unbeatable at the voting booth in the future.

Perhaps now you can see how the purpose of immigration reform is to make as many Hispanics eligible to vote as possible. It does not matter whether they are American born or foreign born, and it does not even matter whether they are here legally or illegally. In other words, Democrats are working to stack the deck against conservatives and cancel out the vote of Tea Party members and all like-minded individuals. Non-Hispanics who complain about this massive form of voter manipulation are labeled racist or xenophobic when it is the Democrats who are clearly engaging in racist behavior against non-Hispanic voters.

This, my fellow patriots, is why the leaders of both major political parties deceptively refer to our nation as a democracy and not a republic. As a republic, our rights are secured by the Constitution; but under mob rule in a democracy, our rights can be trampled by a manufactured majority vote; and they have been stacking that vote against us since at least 1980s.

Just look at the recent history of California. In the 1960s, Christian conservative Ronald Reagan was elected Governor of the Golden State. As a result of massive, uncontrolled immigration by Hispanics and others, Ronald Reagan could not be elected dog catcher in that state today. When compared to the economy of the 1980’s, now immigrants drain the economy as they overpopulate schoolrooms, hospital emergency rooms, and other public service organizations that are forced by corrupt politicians to accommodate illegal aliens who have violated our immigration laws. In addition, a review of 22 radio stations in California found that 10 were now Hispanic stations.

Most disturbing is the fact that this sinister tactic, used significantly to transform the electorate of California, is being used as a model for other states. Nowhere is this more evident than in the state of Texas. The fundamental transformation of Texas will be achieved through immigration and reproduction. In November of 2010, the Dallas News (www.DallasNews.com) reported that, across Texas, the 1.5 million illegal residents give birth to 60,000 babies each and every year. Because all of these babies receive automatic citizenship, they all become future voters. It was further noted that 74 percent of the babies born at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Texas came from the wombs of women who were non-citizens—and taxpayers are paying for the hospital care of mothers and babies!  Chicano political activist, lawyer, and retired Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez of the University of Texas, who advocates for the return of the American southwest to Mexico, said to a Latino conference at UC Riverside, January 14, 1995, “We have an aging white America. They are not making babies. They are dying. It’s a matter of time. The explosion is in our population.”

Now, knowing that the vast majority of Hispanics will consistently vote for Democrats over Republicans, how do we explain efforts by John McCain and other Republican leaders to join with Democrats in passing so-called immigration reform with a direct or indirect path toward citizenship? Once again, we find more evidence that there is one political party masquerading as two parties. According to a Fox News poll in 2013, about seven out of 10 Americans wanted secure borders before considering immigration reform; but the leadership of both parties continues to work together to defy the wishes of the American people. Instead of representing us, it is “them against us” on the issue of immigration.

As Michael Savage has often said, nations are defined by their borders, language, and culture. Our borders are routine violated; we are told on the telephone to “press one for English and two for Spanish;” and our culture is being replaced by so-called “multiculturalism.” In other words, our borders, language, and culture are all under attack. Thus our nation is under attack.

We know the Republican leadership represents the immediate problem. We also know the Tea Party, and other like-minded conservatives, are both the immediate and long-term solution. While the Republican leadership is aiding and abetting Democrats to destroy our borders, language, and culture, grassroots conservatives like the Tea Party represent America’s protective, traditional, middle class. They are the guardians of our borders, language, and culture! Unrestrained immigration highlights issues in areas such as crime, jobs, welfare, healthcare, and budgets; but we also know that, in the long-term, the most critical issue is that of deliberate, sinister, demographic-based voter manipulation. There are some simple solutions. Check out this video Revolution 2.0, released in 2016, enumerates three. (It can be watched on YouTube at https://youtu.be/ogerply11D0, “Revolution 2.0 The Plan That Can Save America! Full Version” or purchase it at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/revolution20.)

Simple Solutions!

Firstly, E-verify must be required for employment throughout this nation. If any public or private sector employer is caught knowingly hiring illegal immigrants, they must be prosecuted.

Secondly, it must be unlawful to rent or sell a property to people who do not successfully pass through the E-verify system. Although E-verify has Big Brother implications, it is an effective solution to a sovereignty-destroying problem. If illegal immigrants cannot find a place to work nor find a place to live, that population will eventually evaporate!

Thirdly, illegal presence in the United States should be changed from a civil offense to a criminal offense. Entering this country or remaining in this country illegally must be made a felony! This may sound harsh to some, but if this problem is not solved now, our grandchildren will never know what it was like to live in a free America.

-LN

 

Let me know your thoughts! I am always curious to hear from my readers.

2 thoughts on “Immigration: It’s not about Jobs; It’s about canceling out your vote!

  1. melissa April 14, 2018 at 9:54 pm - Reply

    I have always felt this way and have said so. Now I have a family member that won’t talk to me. Spot on!!

  2. Wanda June 15, 2018 at 4:20 am - Reply

    I like the article

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