“What the left really wants to do is change the demographics of this country,” Mr. Masters said in a video posted to Twitter last fall. “They do. They want to do that so they can consolidate power and so they can never lose another election.” In May, he told an interviewer that Democrats were “trying to manufacture and import” a new electorate.The experts do not say that the theory is wrong. They only say that it is a fringe theory. That is true in the sense that most mainstream politicians do not say it.
What Mr. Masters calls an “obvious truth” is what experts in extremism describe as a sanitized version of the “great replacement,” a once-fringe, racist conspiracy theory that claims that Western elites, sometimes manipulated by Jews, want to replace white Americans with immigrants to weaken the influence of white culture. ...
“It is obvious to everyone that Democrats see illegal immigrants as future voters,” he said in a statement. “No ‘theory’ is needed to observe that.” He criticized “fake experts” who claimed otherwise.
Mr. Masters is widely expected to win in the Arizona primary on Tuesday.
If the NY Times were to say that the theory were wrong, then it would explain why Jews and Democrats want to bring in so many immigrants and illegal aliens. Why do they? No other explanation is given.
The NY Times regularly has articles about how demographics shift favor Democrats and marginalize Whites.
The global population is projected to reach 8 billion on 15 November 2022, and India is projected to surpass China as the world’s most populous country in 2023, according to World Population Prospects 2022, released today on World Population Day.Saying "celebrate our diversity" is just a way of celebrating White Replacement.
“This year’s World Population Day falls during a milestone year, when we anticipate the birth of the Earth’s eight billionth inhabitant. This is an occasion to celebrate our diversity, recognize our common humanity, and marvel at advancements in health that have extended lifespans and dramatically reduced maternal and child mortality rates,” said UN Secretary-General António Guterres.