(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) In a stunning display of equal parts hypocrisy and audacity, Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., openly confirmed and promoted the Great Replacement, which he and other leftists have long insisted was nothing but dangerous disinformation peddled by white supremacists and Right-wing extremists.
“Now more than ever, we’re short of workers. We have a population that is not reproducing on its own with the same level that it used to,” Schumer declared on Wednesday.
“The only way we’re going to have a great future in America is if we welcome and embrace immigrants — the DREAMers and all of them — because our ultimate goal is to help the DREAMers, but get a path to citizenship for all 11 million, or however many undocumented there are here.”
“This is literally the Great Replacement, clearly outlined by Chuck Schumer,” noted the Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh.
Great Replacement Theory… CONFIRMED
Only it’s not a white nationalist conspiracy it’s an ANTI-AMERICAN initiative.
— Barrington Martin II (@_BarringtonII) November 16, 2022
Schumer likely undersold the number of illegal immigrants, according most studies. While a 2019 report from Migration Policy Institute put the numbers at 11 million, an updated Yale study revealed more than 22 million and a FAIR report estimated a count of 15.5 million.
Added to that are upwards of 5 million illegals who have crossed the border during the Biden administration’s tenure, and those numbers don’t include “got-aways” who have eluded authorities.
🚨 NEW: 230,678 illegal immigrants were encountered at the border last month — a 334% INCREASE from the average number of October encounters under Trump.
5 MILLION illegal immigrants have crossed the border since Biden took office. pic.twitter.com/0a13p45hyf
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 15, 2022
Schumer’s call for paving “a path to citizenship” for “DREAMers” and all illegals would also include creating a direct path to voting booths, achieving one of Democrats’s own dreams. Publicly acknowledging that goal as a key element to the Great Replacement has gotten MAGA politicians and other social commentators, mostly notably Fox News host Tucker Carlson, labeled as racists and white supremacists, with demands for them to be harshly censored and cancelled.
The ADL earlier this year called “on technology companies to deplatform Tucker Carlson and other repeat perpetrators spreading the ‘Great Replacement’ theory,” while the New York Times called it “a fringe conspiracy theory, fostered online” that “has been embraced by some right-wing politicians and commentators.”
Like Schumer, apparently, which had many wondering when calls would start from mainstream media to censor, condemn and castigate the Democrat Senate Majority Leader.
“And here’s Schumer explicitly promoting the Great Replacement agenda, the one that we nationalists supposedly invented out of thin air,” wrote talkshow host Steve Cortes.
During a May show on NPR, Carlson’s comments prompted the station to ask if Fox had created “the most racist show in the history of cable news?” In light of Schumer’s admissions, Carlson’s comments seem prescient not racist.
“Illegal immigrants are the key to their power,” Carlson claimed of Democrats in one of the clips NPR ran. “The point is to import as many new Democratic voters as possible.”
Schumer not only confirmed as much Wednesday, but called for the Great Replacement to become the law of the land to save America.
— Echo Chamber (@echo_chamberz) November 16, 2022