“Do Republican Party officials believe Latino immigrants are coming to “replace” Americans, or do they think Latinos are the party’s future? The answer affects whether there will be a legislative solution for young people brought to America by their parents.”
They Need the Latinos
The Replacement Theory
“Republican lawmakers claiming immigrants are part of a “great replacement” of White voters has been in the news for months,” writes Anderson.
The Keys of Hate
The ultimate goal, acording to this propaganda, would be: to eliminate the white population.
Application in the United States
“Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), the No. 3 House Republican, and other Republican lawmakers have come under scrutiny … for previously echoing the racist ‘great replacement’ theory…” says the Washington Post.
Paul Waldman wrote: “At the moment, the Republican Party is dominated by two forces that are distinct but operate together: an ideological extremism born of political reaction and an opposition to democracy that manifests itself every day. once more into absolute madness.”
- He opposes any immigration reform.
- Support the construction of the wall.
- Supports the Remain in Mexico policy for political asylum seekers.
- He proposes to curb illegal immigration by all means.
- He wants to end sanctuary cities that welcome the undocumented.
- And advances the idea of deporting all undocumented immigrants from the country
Another case: that of Katie Britt, who will win (99% probability, according to Five Thirty Eight), in her first campaign for elected office, and for whom immigrants are guilty of the increase in “deadly drugs, violent crimes and human trafficking of people in Alabama and for fueling the nation’s opioid and fentanyl crisis.”
There also are Louisiana Senator John Kennedy, author of 14 anti-immigrant laws in the Senate; Herschel Walker of Georgia, Donald C. Bolduc of New Hampshire, Ted Budd of North Carolina, James Lankford of Oklahoma, Tim Scott of South Carolina, and J.D. Vance of Ohio.
Nevertheless, the GOP seeks the Latino vote
Founder and co-editor of Latino Los Angeles. Editor Emeritus of La Opinion, former Editor-in-Chief. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, is a journalist, columnist, blogger, poet, novelist, and short story writer. Was the editorial director of Huffington Post Voces. Editor-in-chief of the weekly Tiempo in Israel. Is the father of three grown children and lives with Celia and with Rosie, Almendra and Yinyit in Los Angeles.