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Pew study says nonwhites now majority of US births, K-12 population due to open borders

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A study released last week by Pew Research Center showed nonwhites account for the majority of the nation’s newborns, in addition to the majority of K-12 students in our public schools.

But then, the fundamental transformation of America has been a work in progress for some time — with 1965 being a pivotal year in the liberal campaign.

More than half of newborn babies in the U.S. are racial or ethnic minorities, a threshold first crossed in 2013. Nonwhite students also account for the majority of the nation’s K-12 public school students. As of fall 2018, children from racial and ethnic minority groups were projected to make up 52.9% of public K-12 students,” the study reported.

Statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau project that the nation will become “minority white” in 2045, at which time whites will comprise 49.7 percent of the population in contrast to 24.6 percent for Hispanics, 13.1 percent for blacks, 7.9 percent for Asians, and 3.8 percent for multiracial populations.

Pew Research Center survey from earlier in the year claimed almost half of white Americans are uptight about the U.S. becoming a majority nonwhite nation, saying it would “weaken American customs and values.”

(When it comes to surveys, it’s all in how a question is asked and who is being asked.)

Of course, it could be that white folks are uptight about the artificial manipulation of U.S. demographics by Democrats, who are forever manipulating immigration policy in an effort to fundamentally transform America.

Doing so by rendering White Anglo-Saxon Protestants a minority.

But then, this is conveniently ignored by the media, which is all too eager to paint White America as racist bigots.

The birth rate in the U.S. fell to a 32-year low in 2018, with Americans not having enough babies to sustain the population.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported there were 3,791,712 births registered in the U.S. in 2018, down 2 percent from 2017, which means our population growth is largely the product of immigration, and the demographics of those coming to America are dominated by Hispanic and Asian immigrants.

Pew Research reported earlier this year: “Mexico is the top origin country of the U.S. immigrant population. In 2017, 11.2 million immigrants living in the U.S. were from there, accounting for 25% of all U.S. immigrants. The next largest origin groups were those from China (6%), India (6%), the Philippines (5%) and El Salvador (3%).”

Today, more than 40 million people living in the U.S. were born in another country, according to the think tank — this includes illegal immigrants.

Conservative firebrand Michelle Malkin responded to the Pew study to call out the double standard at play in the media.

She included a hashtag referring to the left’s full-on embrace of open borders.

Malkin tweeted: “Soros goons and their ConInc enablers call me a conspiracist for exposing demographic realities. But when Pew reports it…crickets.

Here’s a quick sampling of other responses from Twitter:

Tom Tillison


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