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Posted by: rp
« on: November 13, 2022, 04:34:05 pm »

TYT endorses great replacement:
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: November 12, 2022, 07:12:05 pm »

A Demographic Blueshift success story:

Meet the 23-year-old Indian American who flipped a Republican Illinois district

Nabeela Syed, 23, came of age during the Trump administration. An Indian Muslim American who wears a hijab, she remembers the former president’s 2016 Election Day with perfect clarity. She was a a senior at her high school in Palatine, Illinois, and the racist, Islamophobic rhetoric being parroted around her sealed her first political memory.

“The day Trump got elected, I remember I cried in every single one of my classes,” she told NBC News. “I felt like this country was not for us. I was like, ‘I don’t know if I belong here.’ This is the only home I’ve ever known, and I was questioning whether or not I belonged here.”

Six years later, in November 2022, another election has come to mean something entirely different for Syed.

This year, her name was on the ballot to represent the Illinois General Assembly, and she won. In doing so, Syed flipped the Republican-held 51st District, in which she was born and raised. In January, she will become the youngest member of the assembly.
Syed’s parents moved to Palatine from Hyderabad, India, in the 1980s. They came here looking for more opportunities, she said, and to establish a family in which their kids could thrive.

“I’m very grateful for all the sacrifices they made so that I could live here,” she said. “Never in their wildest dreams did they think that I would run for political office. And here I am running for office and winning, and it’s because of them…My mother said if I didn’t do it, who would?”
“This is just one story,” she said. “There are so many other young South Asian folks that are doing incredible things. Whether it’s politics, comedy, social media, medicine, it’s incredible to see how powerful this demographic is.”

This is what we need happening in every district of every state.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: November 11, 2022, 03:55:11 pm »

An accurate observation by our enemies:

Coming off an incredible victory in the 2022 Florida gubernatorial race, it’s vital to point out the difference in DeSantis’ razor thin 2018 victory and his dominating performance this year: the white vote.

In 2018, whites represented 66 percent of the electorate in Florida. DeSantis received:

    DeSantis received 60% of the white vote
    DeSantis received 69% of the white male vote
    DeSantis received 51% of the white female vote

In 2022, where DeSantis beat his Democrat opponent 59%-40%, the importance of winning the white vote and its correlation to this landslide victory couldn’t be clearer. Whites represent 64% of the electorate in 2022:

    DeSantis received 65% of the white vote
    DeSantis received 72% of the white male vote
    DeSantis received 58% of the white female vote

It’s not hard, folks.

In a white majority state and nation, increase the white share of the vote, and win an election by a landslide (instead of barely beating a closeted homosexual black degenerate the media had anointed as Presidential stock).

We call it the Sailer Strategy. Simply put: It’s how to save the Historic American Nation, and it’s the reason DeSantis dominated in 2022.

The white vote.

So, what kind of platform do you think will increase the "white" vote?
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: November 10, 2022, 02:38:09 pm »

Midterm stats:

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: November 09, 2022, 03:11:33 pm »

Continuing from:

At least this time we have Jenkins following up the case:

As I was saying:

ICE Wants to Deport Pelosi Attack Suspect to Canada. D.A. Brooke Jenkins Says S.F. Won’t Turn Him Over


Officials from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security want to deport the man accused of bludgeoning U.S. Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband with a hammer, but District Attorney Brooke Jenkins said Thursday that she will refuse to turn him over, citing San Francisco’s sanctuary city policies.
“San Francisco is a sanctuary city and our policy is sacred,” Jenkins said in a statement, hours after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement publicly disclosed the hold on DePape, 42, who was arrested and accused of a home invasion, assault and bizarre kidnapping plot.

If local law enforcement were to comply with the ICE hold, they would turn DePape over to the federal agency to possibly be shipped back to Canada after his criminal cases wrap up in San Francisco. But Jenkins was adamant that won’t happen.

“We will not be collaborating or coordinating with ICE,” the district attorney maintained.

ICE is merely using this case to set a precedent for subsequently deporting many more Blue voters. Well done Jenkins for avoiding the ICE trap!

And congratulations on successful re-election!
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: November 07, 2022, 12:23:40 am »

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: September 29, 2022, 05:41:05 pm »

What our enemies call "CRT" is merely teaching US history truthfully.
Posted by: christianbethel
« on: September 29, 2022, 12:28:16 pm »

Just to be sure, CRT is a part of Aryanist policy, right?
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: September 28, 2022, 11:14:46 pm »

Parties and candidates should be doing more to reach Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Texas, who are growing rapidly and are eager to vote in the midterm elections, a new report indicates.
Researchers surveyed 2,700 likely voters in Texas, including 660 Asian Americans, in July. Participants were surveyed online and in English. The results showed 42% of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders identify as Democratic and 29% as Republican. About one-third identify as independent.
Fifty-four percent oppose banning teaching critical race theory.

The Asian American electorate will inevitably become a critical voting bloc, Ramakrishnan said. The report said that over the past decade, the Asian American and Pacific Islander populations grew by about two-thirds, accounting for 18% of the state’s overall population growth.

“We know from the political science literature that investing in outreach and education to a fast-growing population pays dividends,” Ramakrishnan said. “You’re more likely to earn the support, and ultimately the loyalty, of an electorate if you do outreach early and often.”

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: September 26, 2022, 02:50:33 am »

The Great Replacement will solve all kinds of problems:

Commenters understand this too:

We need more POC of in the police force

White officers should not be policing people they have a horrible track record for senseless killing blacks and minority group

The racist white men are really dangerous.

White racism must be exterminated.

Yall saw the purge mentally of the white boys.  The purge has been going on since 1492. We need to return the favor. Now. Without...delay.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: September 16, 2022, 04:16:47 am »

Our enemies lament:

A Somali called Mana Abdi will soon be elected to represent the voters of 95th district in the state’s House of Representative because the white Republican inexplicably pulled out
The mayor of South Portland, Deqa Dhalac, another Somali, wants to occupy the 120th District House seat “be a voice in Augusta for immigrant communities”

In other Demographic Blueshift news:

Re-upping this with some new stats. The Latino turnout that set a record for highest Latino turnout ever in any KS election -a shocking 62% of those voters were women, and the median age of the women Latino voters was 36. And they were +30 Dem.

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: September 01, 2022, 06:11:33 pm »

We all know that Reds use gerrymandering to counter Demographic Blueshift:

Fortunately, Demographic Blueshift can also counter gerrymandering:

AAPI voters are suing Texas for allegedly discriminatory gerrymandering

A coalition of AAPI voters is suing the state of Texas for allegedly suppressing the voting power of minorities through last year's redistricting.

Amatullah Contractor, who is among the group of plaintiffs filing a lawsuit against Governor Greg Abbott and Secretary of State John Scott, was recently redistricted from her diverse and liberal-leaning 7th district to the more rural and conservative 8th district when Texas legislators redrew the maps last year.

“"One of my main concerns with these maps is that they were drawn with almost predetermined outcomes," Contractor told Houston Public Media. "So going into the 2022 election, I already know who my representative is going to be immediately after the primary, just because of the way that it was drawn."

The rezoning of electoral districts has allegedly blocked AAPI representation on the congressional level by breaking up Fort Bend County, home of one of the largest groups of AAPI voters, and significantly hindering the election prospects of Sri Preston Kulkarni — an Asian American democratic candidate for Congressional District 22.

“Congressional District 22 was really the only chance we would have had to send an Asian American to Congress,” Nabila Mansoor, executive director of the progressive organization Rise AAPI, told Houston Public Media. “That has now been taken away.”

The plaintiffs’ legal team is composed of civil rights organizations, including Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF), and attorneys from New York University's Brennan Center for Justice and the law firm of Paul, Weiss.

Jerry Mattamala, the director of the Democracy Program at AALDEF, called the conflation of minority Asian American communities with majority white rural populations “the most brazen, clear case of vote dilution," and attributed the practice to a 2013 Supreme Court precedent that struck down part of the Voting Rights Act.

In other Demographic Blueshift news:

Mary Peltola: First Alaskan Native elected to Congress as Sarah Palin loses


Two-thirds of Asian voters backed Boudin’s recall in June, the highest level of all racial groups, according to a poll conducted by the San Francisco Standard in May.
Jenkins, who worked in the DA’s office for seven years as a prosecutor, resigned last October after criticizing what she saw as Boudin’s failure to prosecute serious crimes, and later became a leading supporter of his recall.

Of course:

Boudin was born in New York City to Jewish parents.[8]


See also:
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: August 20, 2022, 05:05:48 pm »

Posted by: NSFAN
« on: July 17, 2022, 04:23:48 pm »

Expert says Democrats face a 'big problem' winning future elections
Political demographics expert Ruy Teixeira joins Inside Politics to discuss a new poll among key voter demographics and how it signifies a "massive shift" for the Democratic Party.
#cnn #News

Democrats Could End Up Winning BIG In Senate Races
In Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Georgia, Democrats are polling ahead of where the "experts" predicted they would be in their Senate races. John Fetterman, Tim Ryan, and Raphael Warnock are all leading their Republican opponents, with Fetterman and Ryan in positions to possibly win back seats that were previously held by Republicans. If these trends continue, not only could Democrats retain the Senate, but they could increase their numbers and make people like Manchin and Sinema irrelevant. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins explains what's happening.