Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Virginia's election results - RIP America

The Democrats had a huge victory in Virginia. Some of the Civic Nationalist types are blaming it on "government workers" that live in the state. Of course, this is nonsense. Virginia has always been home to many government workers. So what has changed? Demographics.

A remarkable transformation is underway in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

The birthplace and final resting place of George Washington, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson—and once one of the most reliably-red of red states—is being rapidly turned into a progressive stronghold.

These changes are not the result of an inside agency, or a natural evolution in political thinking, but rather the result of one of the most impactful yet least-discussed policies of the federal government.


  1. It is telling that you mention as first fact about Virginia, George Washington was born there. But you don't mention at all the founding of Jamestown, the first non-hispanic white settlement on later US soil. By "later US soil" I mean to distingish the USA from Canada which had settlements a few decades earlier.
    America was founded by Europeans who emigrated to America as pioneers. They were followed by many generations of other Europeans who too emigrated to improve their lives. Then one day the USA changed its immigration policy to only take in certain Europeans, high-class Europeans and to take the rest of the immigrants from other parts of the world.
    There are white people in Europe now, who'd like to emigrate to America like many generations before them did, but they can't because America has the wrong immigration laws and executive. In your grieve about the demographic change, you throw those white Europeans under the bus.

  2. Solution: Cut off their free stuff. No SNAP cards, no WIC vouchers, no cellphones, no Section 8 free rent vouchers, no Medicaid. Who in the 3rd world would want to come to a country where you actually had to work for a living? See, problem solved.

  3. Solid analysis as usual, Paul. Barf