A few days after, Rush Limbaugh issued a grim prognosis to his millions of radio listeners: If the immigrants from Central America weren’t stopped, the United States would lose its identity. “The objective is to dilute and eventually eliminate or erase what is known as the distinct or unique American culture,” Mr. Limbaugh said, adding: “This is why people call this an invasion.”If ten people say that it is raining, then maybe it is because it really is raining.
There is a striking degree of overlap between the words of right-wing media personalities and the language used by the Texas man who confessed to killing 22 people at a Walmart in El Paso this month. In a 2,300-word screed posted on the website 8chan, the killer wrote that he was “simply defending my country from cultural and ethnic replacement brought on by an invasion.”
Here is a typical NY Times essay advocating replacing the American White population with non-whites. This view now permeates all the Democrat presidential candidates. They seek to use immigration and other means to invade America and replace Whites.
I am against killing people at Walmart, of course, but you have to expect Americans to describe what is happening.
Note how it deceptively says "screed posted on the website 8chan". The killer posted the essay on Instagram, a part of Facebook, and not to 8chan. The NY Times wants to ban free speech sites like 8chan, while Facebook gets a pass as long as it is run by leftists who promise to censor right-wingers.