Will noticing patterns be criminalized?

Truth is stranger than fiction in present-day America. We live in a time where just the very act of noticing patterns could get you fired or thrown out of polite society.

A telltale sign of a society that has become pathological irrational and detached from reality. Denying reality can prove to be lethal in certain circumstances. Politically speaking, Republicans are masters at this. They insist that demographics are not destiny and that race and ethnicity have nothing to do with American patterns.

States like Georgia would have to disagree. Once a reliable state, Georgia has apparently fallen to the Democrats this election. Although there are tons of voting irregularities and a spineless Republican leadership that has not stood up to alleged cases of voter fraud that have taken place throughout the Peach State, in the long-term demographics could sink Republicans’ chances in the state even if there were clean elections.

Katrina vanden Heuvel of the Washington Post wrote one article making the case that Georgia’s changing demographics has allowed the state to become blue. The combination of black reverse migration to the South, foreign migration, and white young professionals have made states like Georgia more competitive.

What once was a state that the GOP never really worried about, Georgia is now a swing state that could potentially go reliably if mass migration is not contained. Some of the first signs of this occurred during Stacey Abrams failed, yet competitive run against then-Secretary of State Brian Kemp.

Vanden Heuvel observed:

In reporting on how Georgia went from red to blue, the media has naturally sought a protagonist — and found the perfect one in Stacey Abrams. Early on, Abrams recognized that demographic changes in Georgia meant Democrats could have a chance there if they organized. So she formed a blueprint for a gubernatorial race, presented her argument to donors across the country and executed that plan, winning more voters than any Democratic candidate in Georgia’s history.

The Washington Post columnist added:

But Abrams did not single-handedly turn demographic change into Democratic wins, and she was one of the first to point out that fact. This year’s victory in Georgia was thanks to a hugely diverse and collective effort across the state — a base-focused campaign among dozens of organizations to activate thousands of volunteers, who talked to their neighbors and turned out the vote. While organizations like the New Georgia Project registered new voters, others such as Asian Americans Advancing Justice in Atlanta and the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials worked to bring out voters of color. Black Voters Matter, an organization led by Black women, invested in more than 600 Black-led groups on the ground and used targeted messaging to mobilize Black voters, and the Movement Voter Project directed significant funding to community groups in the state.

Even Perry Bacon Jr., of the failed pollster FiveThirtyEight, alluded to some of Georgia’s demographic changes during the last two decades that played a big role in tipping the state Blue:

Take Gwinnett County. It was 67 percent non-Hispanic white in 2000; it is now around 35 percent white. Likewise, Cobb County was 72 percent white in 2000, 62 percent in 2010 and is about 50 percent white now. In part because of those changes in the Atlanta metro area, the share of the voting-eligible population in Georgia that is white dropped from 68 percent in 2000 to 58 percent in 2018, according to Pew Research Center. That drop is the biggest decline in the percentage of white voters in all but eight other states.

As opposed to GOP mouthpieces who buy into the Left’s narratives on diversity and mass migration, journalists like John Binder at Breitbart News get the immigration question and why it could devastate the Republican Party and nation altogether:

If legal immigration levels are not reduced, the U.S. will have imported about 15 million new foreign-born voters by 2040. Those 15 million new foreign-born voters include about 8 million who will have arrived through chain migration.

One has to wonder if the GOP will ever comprehend the potential political consequences of mass migration. The numbers are quite clear on migrants; and their posterity’s voting habits. Continued mass migration will make the GOP irrelevant and transform the country’s political system in a way that would make the Founding generation squirm.

With a newly imported electorate, Democrats would no longer have to commit large scale fraud like they did in 2020. Mass migration is election rigging on a massive scale.