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AP: Several mainstream Republican Senate candidates are running on the 'great replacement' theory

If there’s one face you’ve seen alongside “Great Replacement Theory” online, it’s either Tucker Carlson or Ohio Senate candidate J.D. Vance. Actually, there’s probably been more of an association with Vance, who, after all, is promoting this baseless conspiracy theory. Steve People of the Associate Press reveals that there are several mainstream Republican Senate candidates who are drawing from replacement theory.


People writes:

Three weeks ago in Arizona, Republican Senate candidate Blake Masters accused Democrats of trying to flood the nation with millions of immigrants “to change the demographics of our country.” A few days later in Missouri, Senate hopeful Eric Schmitt, the state attorney general, said Democrats were “fundamentally trying to change this country through illegal immigration.” And in Ohio, Republican Senate nominee JD Vance accused Democrats of trying to “transform the electorate.”

Warning of an immigrant “invasion,” Vance told Fox News Channel that Democrats “have decided that they can’t win reelection in 2022 unless they bring a large number of new voters to replace the voters that are already here.”

An immigrant “invasion,” huh? That’s crazy, especially on the day we learned that April hit an all-time record for migrant encounters by the DHS: There were 234,088 migrants encountered at the Southern border in April, with 117,989 released into the U.S. Maybe if President Biden wants to tamp down on the spread of this conspiracy theory, he should get control of the border.


We’re already there. Hat tip to @fetanylfloyd for digging this up:

Here’s Biden talking about an “unrelenting stream of immigration” and referring to himself as “white European stock.”

Anderson Cooper in 2019:

“The idea that, you know, whites will not be the majority, I mean, that’s — it’s an exciting transformation of the country, it’s an exciting evolution and you know, progress of our country in many different ways,” he said.

He made those comments while interviewing Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, who has openly advocated for more open immigration policies.


So Democrats seem to acknowledge that “replacement” is happening; it’s just a matter of acknowledging that it’s a good thing.



There’s a lot the administration and the press could say and do to make this conspiracy theory go away, but why would they do that?


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