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Posted by: guest78
« on: January 20, 2023, 08:45:09 pm »

As GOP flails over MAGA rebels, Dems surge by crushing rigged races
After the 2022 midterms brought meager gains to the GOP, Democrats are now officially governing more Americans at the state level than Republicans. MSNBC’s Ari Melber reports on the midterms and how they reshaped political power across the nation as partisan voting maps are re-evaluated. Melber in particular examines Michigan politics, where Democrats won both the House and Senate for the first time since 1984, and explains how Democrats’ surprising midterm gains could reshape the future of campaigns and American democracy.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: January 02, 2023, 07:24:53 pm »

Our enemies complain:

Delia Ramirez walks toward the microphone determined to make her message heard. “It is time—it is past time that we deliver on the promise that we have made to our Dreamers,” she says.

On a crisp morning in early December, Ramirez is standing steps away from the US Capitol, with its white dome gleaming against the blue sky behind her. This is a rallying cry we’ve heard here time and again—but Ramirez hopes when she says it, the words will carry even more weight. This isn’t merely a talking point from her campaign platform.  “This,” the Illinois lawmaker says, “is very personal for me.”

It’s personal because if Congress doesn’t act, Ramirez’s husband could be among hundreds of thousands of people facing possible deportation. And it’s personal because Ramirez herself is about to become a member of Congress.
    She’s called this news conference, flanked by several of her fellow incoming freshmen lawmakers and Congressional Progressive Caucus Chair Pramila Jayapal, a Washington state Democrat, to push for members of Congress to pass several key pieces of legislation while Democrats still control the US House. Among them: the DREAM Act, which would give a possible pathway to citizenship to some 2 million undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children.

    “I am the wife of a DACA recipient. I am the daughter of Guatemalan working immigrants. I know firsthand the challenges and constant fear our families live every single day,” Ramirez tells reporters. “We have to end this.”

    That’s far easier said than done, as decades of debate over immigration reform on Capitol Hill clearly show. But Ramirez says no matter how many obstacles pop up in her path, she’ll keep pushing.

    As constant and controversial as conversations around immigration in Washington have become, many lawmakers weighing in don’t have direct personal connections to the issues they’re debating. Ramirez, 39, has lived them her entire life.
    “I am clear that anyone willing to risk dying, starving or even being **** in the long journey through desert, cold and tunnels is crossing because they feel like there is no other solution to their situation. Their migration is the only way they see themselves and loved ones surviving deep poverty and, in some cases, persecution,” Ramirez says.
    “I’m going to be fighting to keep my husband here,” she says, “and I’m a member of Congress. …. What happens to the other 2 million (undocumented immigrants that the DREAM Act would protect)? What happens to his brother? What happens to my best friend from high school? What happens to all of them who have no pathway, who don’t have a citizen husband or wife or partner?”

In other news:

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: December 29, 2022, 06:57:34 pm »

Why we should openly support the Great Replacement:

REPORT: 97% Of Anti-Jewish Hate Crimes In New York Were Committed By Other Minorities
Black perpetrators were responsible for 69% of physical or verbal assaults, Asians made up 17%, Hispanics accounted for 11% and white attackers committed 3%.
Bitton also pointed out the importance of where the crimes occurred, stating that normally victims are attacked when they are the minority in a particular area, but the report demonstrates that Jews are most often attacked in their own neighborhoods.

Better still:

Even more concerning was the low number of convictions: Only two criminals were given prison sentences and less than 10 were convicted.

Let's keep up the good work!
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: December 15, 2022, 10:40:07 pm »


New development:

    The House passed a bill to allow Puerto Rico voters to choose independence, statehood, or free association.

    Only 16 Republicans joined all Democrats in supporting the bill.

    Republicans opposed the bill in part due to long-standing opposition to Puerto Rico's statehood.
Despite House passage, the bill is unlikely to pass the Senate, where it would need at least 10 Republican supporters.

Woke comments:

Bet these Republicans would have voted differently if it was a "white island".

The conservatives love to go to Puerto Rico and have fun at the expense of the people of Puerto Rico but since the Puerto Rican people aren't white, no bueno for statehood.

Colonialism is still alive
Posted by: rp
« on: December 11, 2022, 09:00:43 am »

White House supports passage of bill that eliminates per country quota for Green Cards; Indian-Americans set to benefit
“This legislation would be life-changing for hundreds of thousands of immigrants currently stuck in legal limbo as they wait for green cards,” said Neil Makhija, executive director of the Indian American Impact.

The per-country cap on Green Cards is a relic of a discriminatory system that excluded Asian immigrants entirely in the past, he said.

“The caps were enacted decades ago and do not reflect our country’s values. It is time for Congress to act and provide fair and equitable treatment to so many immigrants who call this country home,” Mr. Makhija said.

This is pretty significant IMO.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: December 10, 2022, 06:31:15 pm »

Asian American voters in Georgia showed strong Democratic leanings in the recent Senate runoff election, according to an exit poll.

An Election Day poll released by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund on Wednesday showed that 78% of Asian American voters supported Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock, who won, while about 22% favored Republican opponent Herschel Walker.
Those ages 18 to 29 voted for Warnock at 92% and Walker at about 7%.
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?