Fox News’ Tucker Carlson offered up more evidence on Tuesday to support the argument that “Replacement Theory” is a real strategy of the Democratic party.
On the network’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” he began the segment by saying, “We made the point a lot on this show because it’s true that the entire purpose of the Democratic Party’s immigration policy is to change the population of the United States in a way that guarantees they win every election going forward.”
“This is effectively electorate packing. It’s an assault on democracy. It devalues your vote,” he asserted.
He described the peculiar but now all-too-common tactic of the Left in which they denounce anyone who calls attention to their actions – in this case, anyone who suggests that replacement theory is real – call them the usual, often profanity-laced names, then after a few days they say the quiet part out loud because they just aren’t that good at hiding the ball.
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He went on to cite the latest example of the shameless bragging that Democrats and their allies in the media engage in, though they cry conspiracy theory if any awareness of their practices is raised.
Tucker started, “Jennifer Rubin is a columnist at the Washington Post. Rubin is probably the dumbest person ever to have a newspaper column.”
“She’s also highly aggressive”, Tucker added, noting that Rubin even went so far as to put the leftist strategy in print, hoping no one other than fellow travelers would notice.
“Democratic hopes that demography would deliver Texas have not been wrong, but perhaps just premature. The 2020 congressional races suggested that while the fight for Hispanic votes remain competitive, the sprawling suburbs around major Texas cities are increasingly moderate.”
Tucker responded with expert pithiness, “Oh! In other words, crows Jen Rubin, the great replacement plan is working! It’s helping the Democratic Party, that’s the whole point.”
“Well, thanks for telling us that, Jen Rubin, and let us know if it’s racist to read your column out loud.”
Tucker has previously addressed replacement theory on his show. In September, he wondered why the Biden administration seemed so driven to allow such a massive influx of illegal immigrants, dispersing them into mostly red states around the country.
“Nothing about it is an accident, obviously,” Carlson said of the border crisis. “It’s intentional. Joe Biden did it on purpose. But why? Why would a president do this to his own country?”
He added, “Our system cannot handle this many destitute newcomers, period. Imagine what hospitals are going to look like a year from now. How about schools? What Joe Biden is doing now will change this country forever. So again, why is he doing it? There’s only one plausible answer.”
Tucker then played a clip of then-Vice President Biden speaking on the topic of immigration.
Biden said, “An unrelenting stream of immigration, nonstop. Nonstop. Folks like me who are Caucasian of European descent for the first time in 2017 will be in an absolute minority in the United States of America. Absolute minority. Fewer than 50 percent of the people in America from then and on will be white European stock. That’s not a bad thing. That’s a source of our strength.”
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“This is the language of eugenics,” Carlson continued. “It’s horrifying. But there’s a reason Biden said it. In political terms, this policy is called the great replacement, the replacement of legacy Americans with more obedient people from far away countries. They brag about it all the time, but if you dare to say it’s happening, they will scream at you with maximum hysteria.”
“And here you have Joe Biden confirming his motive on tape with a smile on his face. No one who talks like this should ever be the president of the United States,” he said.
Replacement theory, or the “Great Replacement” is an idea developed by French author Renaud Camus in order to explain why Europe has experienced a massive influx of non-European peoples, potentially displacing native people of the continent.
It is criticized by the Left in America who suggest the theory is just a furtherance of white supremacy; a so-called existential threat in this country for which there is much greater demand than there is supply.