Vivek Ramaswamy, a Republican running for president, shared a video showing that “The Great Replacement” is not a conspiracy theory.
In a video shared by Ramaswamy from a few years ago, President Joe Biden stated that people from the third world were coming to the U.S. to replace native people.
“Not just Muslim communities, but also African communities, Asian communities, as well as Hispanic communities. The wave continues to be strong, and we shouldn’t want it to stop.” “In fact, it’s one of the achievements we can be especially proud of,” Biden said, pushing for crazy policies like open borders.
“Those of us who are Caucasian and of European origin, like myself, will become an absolute minority in the United States of America in 2017; from that point on, less than half of the population will be of European descent. That isn’t a bad thing. “It makes us strong,” Biden said.
When Ramaswamy shared the video, he said that it showed “The Great Replacement” to be the truth about life in the U.S. and the rest of the West.
“This is not true. Biden was sitting next to Mayorkas almost ten years ago, spreading the Great Replacement Theory, which is a big “right-wing myth.” It turns out that it’s not a plot; it’s simply the Democrats’ basic immigration strategy, Ramaswamy wrote.
Big League Politics wrote about how more and more people on the American Right are realizing the “Great Replacement” is happening:
“A new study indicates that 73 percent of Trump followers know that the main idea behind the “Great Replacement” theory is correct.
A recent YouGov poll asked folks, “Do you personally think that, in the United States, Democrats are attempting to replace white Americans with immigrants and people from minority backgrounds who share their views?”
73 percent of people who supported Trump answered “yes” to the question, but only 8 percent of people who supported Biden did the same. Among those who answered, 61% of Republicans, 10% of Democrats, and 33% of independents said they knew the main ideas behind the “great replacement theory” were true in the United States.
Can’t make this stuff up. Here’s Biden, nearly a decade ago, sitting next to none other than Mayorkas proselytizing the grand “right-wing myth” known as the Great Replacement Theory. Turns out it’s not a conspiracy theory, it’s just the basic immigration policy for Democrats. pic.twitter.com/8B7CapEJzJ
— Vivek Ramaswamy (@VivekGRamaswamy) December 5, 2023
Conservatives are being compared to Nazis by Democrats, and Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson is being attacked for highlighting the clear agenda that is being promoted.
“Nazi ideas hidden in political nonsense can no longer be ignored,” Congressman Jamaal Bowman (D-NY), who has a low IQ, told reporters. He wants to get rid of the First Amendment by saying that he wants to “fight White supremacy, hatred, as well as racial injustice.”
“These things are no longer on the edges of our society.” Right-wing Republicans like Tucker Carlson have talked about the Great Replacement Theory a lot; he has done so over 400 times, Bowman said.
Anyone who sees and doesn’t agree with globalists’ push for “The Great Replacement” is called a racist conspiracy theory.
Author: Steven Sinclaire