9.10.2016

Trump Fully Red-Pilled on Immigration

Since Trump has no track record in office, no one knows with certainty how he will govern. The conservatives think he might swing left while in office, while the Trump supporters think he might move further right once in office.

This is the best evidence yet that he will swing right:

Trump: 'This Will Be the Last Election that the Republicans Have a Chance of Winning'
"I think this will be the last election if I don't win. I think this will be the last election that the Republicans have a chance of winning because you're going to have people flowing across the border, you're going to have illegal immigrants coming in and they're going to be legalized and they're going to be able to vote and once that all happens you can forget it. You're not going to have one Republican vote. And it's already a hard number. Already the path is much more difficult for the Republicans. You just have to look at the maps."
Trump is good on economics, globalism and foreign policy, but demographics is destiny. If the demographic transformation of America isn't addressed, every victory will be rolled back.

A Cathedral with permanent democratic legitimacy, armed with autonomous weapons systems, backed by a population hostile to Exit and the native people, is not fertile ground for Exit.

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