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Best-selling author and conservative commentator Ann Coulter has been on the Trump Train since it pulled out of the station, and if you read enough of her work, you’ll rightly understand that it really boils down to one issue …
As a tremendous Donald Trump AND Ann Coulter fan, I can certainly understand why someone who might not study these issues might ask, “Why immigration? Why not abortion, or gay marriage, or gun control, or free markets?”
In a Tuesday appearance on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” Coulter spoke to the heart of the issue, predicting what WILL happen if Hillary Clinton wins:
“She has said, Tim Kaine has said, amnesty for all illegal immigrants. We know that’s 30, 40 million. She’s going to throw open the southern border. She’s going to more than quadruple the number of Muslim refugees we bring in.”
The bottom line for Coulter and any realist who cares to look at the situation with non-emotional, non-PC objectivism?
“There will be no hope for any Republican ever winning another election. There’s no point to what I do, what talk radio hosts do, what Fox News does. Nobody goes to the game when you can’t win.”
So, the answer to why the central issue IS immigration and not all those other things is the fact that, once we allow liberals on both the Republican and Democratic side to permanently reshape our nation through immigration, they will finally have the “permanent majority” they’ve been seeking, and NONE of those others issues will be in play once we are outvoted on every … single … one.
A permanent majority because Hispanics who come from places that don’t value individual freedom tend to vote 60-75 percent Democratic.
A permanent majority because Muslim-Americans vote over 90 percent Democratic.
A permanent majority because pretty much ANYONE who comes from Third World hellholes, the kind of immigrants our elites give preference to these days (wonder why?), tend to vote overwhelmingly Democratic.
And the crazy thing is, they aren’t denying it.
The Huffington Post opined in 2009, “Emory political scientist Alan Abramowitz published a paper arguing that Obama’s victory ‘was made possible by long-term changes in the composition of the American electorate, especially the growing voting power of African-Americans, Hispanics, and other nonwhites. As a result of these demographic changes, the Democratic Party enjoys a large advantage over the Republican Party in the size of its electoral base — an advantage that is almost certain to continue growing for the foreseeable future.'”
For those of us who have supported Trump for so long, the issue was a combination of his strong stance on a border wall and immigration as well as the hope that he could draw a ‘bigger tent’ than your typical social conservative or establishment type could bring, because the only way to at least temporarily overcome the permanent majority the Democrats are building, before it gets too big, is to literally reshape the electoral map.
Lose this one, and it won’t be tomorrow, it won’t be next month or even next year, but the America we have always known will be gone, because the last cord holding us to our founding principles of liberty as a unified nation will have been permanently and irrevocably broken.
All this, and we haven’t even begun to discuss the Supreme Court.
Denial isn’t just a river in Egypt. Coulter is right – if Trump loses, it’ll be more than just a temporary setback…
It’s game over.
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