Demographic Shift and Conservative Stupidity Cost GOP Georgia and Likely the Entire Nation, Let’s Flush the Party Down the Toilet!

Can we stop pretending that the GOP will be a useful force in stopping the demographic transformation of America?

Party leaders tell us every election cycle that we have to vote for Republican officials or else……

And what do we get out of this arrangement?

More of the same political trickery that involves never-ending wars, mass migration, the destruction of the American family unit, and the dispossession of legacy Americans.

Funny thing is that Republicans have been shouting at the top of their lungs for nationalists and people within the Right coalition to vote in the Georgia runoffs because it was supposedly the most important election ever.

With both Kelly Loefler and David Perdue likely going down in flames, everyone’s going to have their take on why Georgia went blue.

Want to guess how a solid red state like Georgia transformed in a matter of decades? If you responded with “demographic shift” you are on the mark. Indeed, voter fraud, which the geniuses at Stupid Party Inc. did nothing to address during the general election, played a major role. However, mass migration will likely consolidate the Democrats’ fraudulent gains and make sure they remain in power from now until eternity.

Before the election took place, Democrat activists were already boasting about relying on Asian and Pacific Island voters to lead them to victory in Georgia. An Asian American social justice activist told the Guardian, “When you think about California, what it was like 30 or 40 years ago, that’s Georgia. It’s on a trajectory of change.” California is the model that many leftist activists across the nation want to replicate. The Golden State used to be competitive at one point but has not gone Republican since 1988. Outlets such as the Los Angeles Times have cited immigration as a major factor behind California’s political transformation.

The Guardian was explicit about the role minorities played in electing Biden:

Historic turnout among Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) voters – who make up the fastest-growing segment of Georgia’s electorate – helped Joe Biden become the first Democratic presidential candidate to win the state since 1992. According to national exit polls, nearly two-thirds of Asian American and Pacific Islander voters cast their ballot for Biden.

According to data the Guardian released, Georgia’s Asian American population has increased by about 140 percent since 2000. Journalists such as John Binder constantly remind readers that the U.S. has admitted 1.2 million legal immigrants annually for the last three decades.

Georgia’s Asian population generally hails from China, India, Korea, and Vietnam and its growth has improved Democrats’ prospects in the state.

“Many of these newcomers have made their homes in the sprawling suburbs around Atlanta, helping to turn these once-Republican strongholds into political battlegrounds,” The Guardian observed.

In an Atlantic report written by Ronald Brownstein, it was discovered that congressional districts with foreign populations above the national average will go Democrat. Specifically, districts with foreign-born populations above 14% have a 90% percent chance of going to the Democrats’ win column. In Georgia’s case, the number of voters of foreign origin and their children who are eligible voters surged by 337% from 2000 to 2020. On the other hand, Georgia’s native-born population only increased by 22% in the period examined..

“The single biggest threat to Republicans’ long-term viability is demographics,” Axios admitted in 2019. “The numbers simply do not lie … there’s not a single demographic megatrend that favors Republicans.”

Based on current legal immigration levels, the U.S. is projected to bring in 15 million new voters by 2040. Of those millions, eight million will come to the U.S. via “chain migration.” This type of migration refers to a legal process where recently naturalized citizens can bring in an unlimited number of relatives from abroad to the U.S.

And here comes the question we continue to ask ourselves:

Where is the GOP?

They sure as heck weren’t doing anything to protect President Trump from a fraudulent electoral outcome. Nor should we expect the party to comprehend an issue that they don’t understand and whose donor base actively profits from.

At the end of the day, mass migration is the most underhanded-way to rig an election. It’s an electoral boon for Democrats due to migrant voting patterns. Too bad the GOP doesn’t get that, much to the peril of our fantastic polity.

From here on out, we should do everything possible to de-legitimize the current Republican leadership and replace it with nationalists or start a new party, if the circumstances permit.

The America we know is long gone and we must prepare accordingly.