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For decades, people have debated whether Hispanics can become loyal Republicans. The Left thinks not, and touts the growing Hispanicization of the US as the cornerstone of a permanent Democrat majority. Meanwhile, the GOP claims Hispanics are “natural conservatives” and that many will become Republicans.

My research leads to three conclusions.

  1. There is a significant minority of Hispanics who vote Republican, and a smaller minority that does not have a strong allegiance to the Democrats.
  2. The percentages of Hispanics loyal to either party, along with the percentage of Hispanic “swing voters,” are unlikely to change soon.
  3. Barring a mass amnesty of illegal immigrants, it will be decades before a Hispanic “brown wall” makes it impossible for Republican candidates to win presidential elections.

Hispanic voting patterns

The Republican share of the Hispanic vote in presidential elections does not vary a great deal. Here are the numbers since 1980 according to a Pew Research Center analysis of exit-poll data:

Year GOP Share of Hispanic Vote
1980 35 percent
1984 37 percent
1988 30 percent
1992 25 percent
1996 21 percent
2000 35 percent
2004 40 percent
2008 31 percent
2012 27 percent
2016 28 percent

The outliers have simple explanations. In 1992 and 1996, independent candidate Ross Perot won a significant number of votes, mostly from people who normally vote Republican. Perot won 14 percent of the Hispanic vote in 1992, and six percent in 1996. If you add his votes to the GOP totals for those two years, the numbers come back within the usual range.

George W. Bush’s share in 2004 was higher than usual. This is largely explained by two states, Texas and Florida, which were home to nearly one third of Hispanics. In Texas, where Mr. Bush had recently been a popular governor, he won 49 percent of the Hispanic vote. In Florida, where Cuban influence makes Hispanics more conservative than in the rest of the country — and where Mr. Bush’s brother was governor — he won 56 percent. Meanwhile, in California, Mr. Bush won a more typical Republican share: 32 percent. Aside from these three outliers (1992, 1996, 2004), in the last 40 years, GOP presidential candidates have always won between 27 and 37 percent of the Hispanic vote.

Oct. 25, 2012 – A Latina woman holds a sign in Spanish reading ‘We Are With You’ as Republican presidential candidate M. Romney speaks during a campaign stop in Columbus, Ohio.(Credit Image: © Michael Williams / ZUMAPRESS.com)
Oct. 25, 2012 – A Latina woman holds a sign in Spanish reading ‘We Are With You’ as Republican presidential candidate M. Romney speaks during a campaign stop in Columbus, Ohio.(Credit Image: © Michael Williams / ZUMAPRESS.com)

The Republican share is also loosely correlated with how well the Republican candidate did overall. Every time the GOP won 30 percent or more of the Hispanic vote — except in 2008 — it won the election. Every time the GOP won less than 30 percent of the Hispanic vote — except in 1988 and 2016 — it lost. President Ronald Reagan did very well with Hispanics in 1984, just as he did very well with everyone that year. George W. Bush won more of the Hispanic vote in 2004 than he did in 2000, just as he won more of the overall vote in 2004. There is no similar correlation with the Asian or black vote.

Year GOP Share of Hispanic Vote Election Outcome
2004 40 percent GOP victory
1984 37 percent GOP victory
1980 35 percent GOP victory
2000 35 percent GOP victory
2008 31 percent Democrat victory
1988 30 percent GOP victory
2016 28 percent GOP victory
2012 27 percent Democrat victory
1992 25 percent Democrat victory
1996 21 percent Democrat victory

It was not the Hispanic vote that gave the GOP victory; in many of these elections, the Hispanic electorate was too small to make much difference. What this correlation suggests instead is that Hispanics are unlike other minorities in that their support for a GOP candidate tends to increase when overall support increases. As Sam Francis put it in 2002, “The real reason Republican candidates in the late 1990s — Bob Dole and Jack Kemp in 1996, Dan Lungren in the California gubernatorial race in 1998 — lost more Hispanic votes than Republicans usually do is that they were weak candidates in general.”

The range of the GOP’s share of the Hispanic vote is similar to the range of support for Mexico’s only conservative party (PAN) in presidential elections. Here are results since 1994 (Mexico had elections before 1994, but they were rigged):

Year PAN (i.e. conservative) share of the national vote
1994 27 percent
2000 43 percent
2006 36 percent
2012 25 percent
2018 22 percent

This may be the general Mexican/Hispanic level of support for moderate, right-of-center parties.

Another factor is income. Hispanic fluctuations in median household income loosely correlate with the share of Hispanics that votes GOP: Both dropped in the 1990s, rose in the early 2000s, then dipped, and then began to rise.

Median income of Hispanic households in the United States from 1990 to 2019 (in 2019 U.S. dollars):

Source: Statista
Source: Statista

The lowest Hispanic median household income in the 1990s was 1995: $38,201. The next year, the GOP got its lowest share of the Hispanic vote ever: 21 percent. The lowest Hispanic median household income in the 2010s was 2012: $43,512. That year, Mitt Romney won only 27 percent of the Hispanic vote, less than John McCain or Donald Trump.

The current president is not part of this trend. Hispanic income increased sharply in the last few years, but the GOP’s gains with Hispanics in 2016 were modest. However, Hispanic economic prosperity may help explain why President Trump’s Hispanic support has stayed level — and possibly risen — despite three and a half years of the mainstream media bellowing about “racism.” Polling shows Joe Biden doing worse than Hillary Clinton with Hispanics. One recent poll put Mr. Biden’s Hispanic support at 62 percent, Mr. Trump’s at 26 percent, with another 12 percent undecided.

In sum

The GOP can almost always expect 27 to 37 percent of the Hispanic vote, and this stability suggests that trying to appeal to Hispanics with pro-immigration policies is not very effective. In 1996, Bob Dole and Jack Kemp cast themselves and the GOP as believers in racial pluralism, multiculturalism, and mass immigration. That year, the GOP hit its record low for Hispanic support: 21 percent. Even if you add in Ross Perot’s Hispanic support, the total is still only 27 percent. In 2012, Mitt Romney earned the same share, despite pandering considerably less. The difference between what John McCain said about immigration, amnesty, and multiculturalism in 2008, and what what Donald Trump said in 2016 was enormous, but the difference in their Hispanic support was just 3 percent.

There is also a ceiling to Hispanic support. George W. Bush campaigned in Spanish, paraded his Hispanic family members, was a popular governor of a state with a large Hispanic population, and benefited from a strong economy and record-high levels of patriotism. He still only won 40 percent of Hispanics. If Mexico’s conservative party has never won more than 42.5 percent of the vote, why should Republicans do better?

June 23, 2012 – PAN candidate Josefina Vázquez Mota on the campaign trail in the Plaza de Toros in Mexico City. (Credit Image: © El Universal / ZUMAPRESS.com)
June 23, 2012 – PAN candidate Josefina Vázquez Mota on the campaign trail in the Plaza de Toros in Mexico City. (Credit Image: © El Universal / ZUMAPRESS.com)

Could Hispanic support for the GOP plummet?

Asian support for the GOP went from a slight majority in the 1980s and 1990s to a small minority today. Could the same thing happen with Hispanics? There are three reasons this is unlikely: Class, education, and racial identity.

Class

In American politics, an annual income of $50,000 is a dividing line. People who make less generally vote Democrat; people who make more generally vote Republican. The best income range for Republicans is between $50,000 and $75,000. This group has voted majority GOP in every presidential election in modern history except in 1996, when Democrats narrowly won it because Ross Perot took so many Republican votes. Otherwise, the GOP wins these voters even when it loses richer voters.

Percent Republican/Democrat support (winner in bold):

Annual Income 1992 1996 2000 2004 2008
Under $15,000 23/58 29/59 37/57 36/63 25/73
$15-29,999 35/45 37/53 41/54 42/57 37/60
$30-49,999 38/41 40/48 48/49 49/50 43/55
$50-74,999 41/40 45/47 51/46 56/43 49/48
$75,000-99,999 N/A 48/44 52/45 55/45 48/51
$100,000 and over N/A 54/28 54/43 58/41 49/49
$200,000 and over N/A N/A N/A 63/35 46/52

The 2008 election is particularly instructive. Democrats won by a large margin that year, so much so that Republicans lost or tied all high income groups — but the middle-class $50k–$75k earners still went for the GOP. Data for 2012 and 2016 is less precise because pollsters began segmenting voters more broadly by income, but the pattern still holds.

Percent Republican/Democrat support (winner in bold):

Range 2012 2016
Under $30,000 35/63 41/53
$30-$49,999 42/57 42/51
$50-$99,999 53/45 50/46
$100,000 and over 54/44 N/A
$100,000-$199,999 N/A 48/47
$200,000-$249,999 N/A 49/48
$250,000 and more N/A 48/46

This “Republican Middle Class” is the economic bracket many Hispanics are entering. Median Hispanic household income broke the $50k line for the first time four years ago. Moreover, Hispanics have done well for themselves over the last few years. The Wall Street Journal reported that, “Median income for Hispanic households rose 3.7% in 2017, easily outpacing the 1.8% growth for all households.” That year was not an anomaly. From 2013 to 2017, Hispanic median income grew 20.7 percent.

To repeat: income fluctuations seem to explain Hispanic voting patterns better than do positions a politician takes on immigration. George W. Bush and John McCain both promoted immigration policies Hispanics are supposed to like and were from states with large Hispanic populations. Yet, Hispanic support for Mr. McCain fell significantly from what Mr. Bush had enjoyed . . . just as the median Hispanic household income dropped, from $49,378 in 2000 to $45,129 in 2008.

GOP presidential candidate Sen. John McCain tries a dish with Ramon Ojeda, president of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando and Gov. Charlie Crist at Mi Viejo San Juan restaurant in east Orlando, Florida, October 23, 2008. (Credit Image: © Joe Burbank / MCT / ZUMAPRESS.com)
GOP presidential candidate Sen. John McCain tries a dish with Ramon Ojeda, president of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando and Gov. Charlie Crist at Mi Viejo San Juan restaurant in east Orlando, Florida, October 23, 2008. (Credit Image: © Joe Burbank / MCT / ZUMAPRESS.com)

Hispanics are unlikely ever to surpass whites economically, or even become mostly middle class. Low IQ, high crime rates, and culture/language balkanization will keep some share of Hispanics in an underclass that will either not vote or vote Democrat. More capable Hispanics — those who are a part of the emerging Hispanic middle class — will be a reliable source of Republican support for decades, especially as the Democrat Party becomes a party of the very poor and the very rich.

Education

Another reason Hispanics aren’t set to go all-in for the Democrat Party is education. The most influential promoter of leftist ideas — particularly the most anti-white ones (“white privilege,” “institutional racism,” etc.) — is higher education. Four-year colleges are largely leftist indoctrination centers, but Hispanics — the least educated race in America — rarely attend them.

Educational Attainment of the Population Aged 25 and Older by Race and Hispanic Origin, as of 2015

Race High School Degree Some College Associates Degree Bachelor’s Degree Advanced Degree
Asian 89.1 70.0 60.4 53.9 21.4
White 93.3 63.8 46.9 36.2 13.5
Black 87.0 52.9 32.4 22.5 8.2
Hispanic 66.7 36.8 22.7 15.5 4.7

Hispanics earn more money than blacks despite having less formal education, which suggests they take courses in practical, money-making fields in which leftist indoctrination is weakest. Those jobs put people in the middle class and make them more likely to vote Republican.

Identity

Although white advocates and liberals both think Hispanics should see themselves as a distinct “brown” group — or at least as “people of color” — Hispanics don’t always agree. When Hispanics are asked to choose a race — not including Hispanic, which the government does not consider a race — the majority choose “white.” Even Hispanics who say they are “multiracial” usually say “white” is one of their races. Many multiracial Hispanics also believe that others often see them as white:

Many hard leftists think “whiteness” is wholly negative. Woke whites may exaggerate and even invent non-white ancestry to convince themselves and others they are not members of the oppressor race. If someone with obvious non-white ancestry considers himself entirely or partially white, he probably doesn’t know about or agree with the Left’s demonization of whites. Hispanic surrogates for the Democrat Party are all proud POCs and have a brown perspective — even when they are white or mostly white.

Jorge Ramos, a white Mexican who has made a career as an anti-white Hispanic
Jorge Ramos, a white Mexican who has made a career as an anti-white Hispanic
Ruy Teixeira, a professional Hispanic who works as a demographer at the liberal Center for American Progress. (Credit Image: Center for American Progress)
Ruy Teixeira, a professional Hispanic who works as a demographer at the liberal Center for American Progress. (Credit Image: Center for American Progress)

People such as Mr. Teixeira and Mr. Ramos have convinced many liberal whites that all Hispanics are non-white leftists, but most Hispanics ignore this posturing. Few Hispanics attend universities that preach non- or anti-white identities and 39 percent of married, American-born, Hispanics have a non-Hispanic spouse — usually white, so the number of militant anti-whites will probably stay small.

Pandering: problems and prospects

In the long term, America’s demographic transformation will make it very hard for the GOP to win national elections, but it won’t happen as quickly as many people think. So long as Republican candidates — even anti-immigration ones — can win 27–37 percent of Hispanics, and higher levels in the important states of Texas and Florida, America’s Hispanicization will not doom them for decades.

President George W. Bush waves next to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales after speaking to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C., April 20, 2005. (Credit Image: © Chuck Kennedy / TNS / ZUMAPRESS.com)
President George W. Bush waves next to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales after speaking to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C., April 20, 2005. (Credit Image: © Chuck Kennedy / TNS / ZUMAPRESS.com)

Even though the ceiling of Hispanic support for the GOP is low, some amount of “outreach” can still do some good. In 2016, Hispanic support in several key states was lower than it could have been: 22 percent in Pennsylvania and 26 percent in Ohio. Both states are often won by very small margins. Increasing Hispanic support, even to 31–34 percent, could help make them go “red.”

Perhaps the most important lesson from 2016 is this: The GOP can adopt national populist policies to win key white voters without losing a large number of Hispanics. Until 2016, analysts thought the GOP could win working-class whites only by losing Hispanics; or win upper- and middle-class Hispanics only by losing working- and lower-class whites. GOP strategists should recognize they can win more whites without losing many, if any, Hispanics.

In 2020, President Trump’s biggest obstacle is not rising Hispanic opposition. He will win as many or slightly more Hispanic votes than he did in 2016. His problem is with certain white groups, namely old people, suburbanites, and women, who dislike his boorishness and the way he handled COVID. Meanwhile, Joe Biden showed during his fight for the Democrat nomination that he has much greater appeal with working-class whites than Hillary Clinton did.

But many of Mr. Trump’s weaknesses are unique to him. More able Republican candidates won’t have them. Talented conservative politicians could, in theory, continue to win national elections by only slightly increasing their share of the white vote (the “Sailer Strategy“) while holding onto a third of the Hispanic vote. The racial mix should not doom that strategy until 2050 or later. It all depends on whether the GOP can attract and keep white voters; Hispanics won’t make that much difference.

What could disrupt these patterns?

Economics

Over the last few years, Hispanics have grown richer more quickly than other races, and they vote GOP in larger numbers when they are doing well. However, COVID stopped that trend, and there is no way to know how long it will take Hispanics to recover. Even after COVID, no one can predict what the economy will do.

Venezuelans

November 9, 2018 – La Parada, Colombia – Refugees flee from Venezuela due to the crisis in their country, entering Colombia via the Simon Bolivar International Bridge across the Táchira River on the Venezuelan/Colombian border. (Credit Image: © Daniel Garzon Herazo / ZUMA Wire)
November 9, 2018 – La Parada, Colombia – Refugees flee from Venezuela due to the crisis in their country, entering Colombia via the Simon Bolivar International Bridge across the Táchira River on the Venezuelan/Colombian border. (Credit Image: © Daniel Garzon Herazo / ZUMA Wire)

Since 2013, millions of Venezuelans — at least a tenth of the population — have fled a despotic and ruinous socialist regime. Until the virus complicated international travel, there were many predictions that Venezuelans would make up the new “refugee crisis.” So far, most have found new homes in South America and Spain, but a future American president could invite them in just as Angela Merkel did with Syrians. A Democrat might do this on humanitarian grounds, or a Republican as anti-Communist posturing. This would be a lot more likely if there were civil war in Venezuela and Latin American neighbors refused to let in any more refugees. An influx would be bad for the US, but might be good for the GOP. Venezuelans would almost certainly vote like Cubans — for Republicans. However, this will matter only if they land in states where they can make a difference. If they end up in California or New York, national politics wouldn’t change, even though they could tip swing states red.

Third parties

The GOP coalition has serious fissures, but the Democrats are even less united. Bernie Sanders showed that many Democrats want to move the party to the left. Sen. Sanders strongly endorsed his former primary rivals in 2016 and 2020, but the next socialist insurgent may not be so accommodating. The radical wing of the party is more visible and richer than before, and is eager for power. Progressives and socialists may leave and start a third party as Ross Perot did in the 1990s, or the left-wing populists in the 1880s–1920s.

The results of the 1892 presidential election. States won by Democrat Grover Cleveland are in blue, by Republican Benjamin Harrison are in red, and won by Populist (aka “People’s Party”) James Weaver in green.
The results of the 1892 presidential election. States won by Democrat Grover Cleveland are in blue, by Republican Benjamin Harrison are in red, and won by Populist (aka “People’s Party”) James Weaver in green.

If this new party casts itself as a more radical version of the Democrats, it will take votes from them and help the GOP. But if it takes a more populist stance on economics and promotes unionization and a universal basic income rather than affirmative action and amnesty, it will draw working- and middle-class voters — white and Hispanic — from the Republicans.

Amnesty

May 21, 2007 – Phoenix, AZ (Credit Image: © Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press)
May 21, 2007 – Phoenix, AZ (Credit Image: © Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press)

There are at least 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States, the vast majority of whom are Hispanic. The GOP, with its 27–37 percent share of the Hispanic vote, can survive slight increases in the Hispanic share of the electorate — especially if it offsets them with gains among whites. But the sudden addition of several million voters who back Democrats 2-1 might be a death blow. As the population of illegal immigrants grows and becomes more Asian (Asians vote Democrat at higher rates than Hispanics), an amnesty a decade from now would be even more damaging than one next year.

The Hispanicization of the United States is bad news for the Republican Party. However, Republican death-by-demography is almost always heralded as coming very soon. Barack Obama’s back-to-back victories in 2008 and 2012 led many to believe that it had already come to pass. It hadn’t. America’s white majority still has another generation. Until then, the challenge for the GOP is not how many Hispanics it can win — that number won’t move much. The challenge is attracting more whites. White advocates, working inside or outside the GOP, face the same challenge.

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  1. SteveK9 says:

    What could really change these numbers is the radical leftward shift in the Democratic Party. And, that has become apparent over the past 4 years and even more so in the last 6 months. BLM is not a hit with Hispanics.

  2. anonymous[331] • Disclaimer says:

    No analysis of the effect of widespread race mixing. There is a high rate of race mixing among American born Hispanics with whites. How do the mixed race offspring vote? After 3 generations, will hybrid Hispanic/whites outnumber pure whites among newborns? Are hybrid people going to turn into Republican voters as it becomes apparent they are the new whitish majority?

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @SFG
    , @anon
  3. @SteveK9

    BLM is not a hit with Hispanics, Asians and most Whites. Now, even better is, haulocaust-hoax/guilt is going to fade fast with most Whites going forward as awareness of all the Jewish corruptions and disparities becomes ubiquitous. Fun fact? Asians and Hispanics and especially Blacks not only don’t score high on ADLs quotient of guilt over the holocaust, they don’t have any reluctance to call a jew a jew, they don’t care about any of it and never did. And ADL posits that additional education in black, Asian and especially Hispanic schools on the holocaust will never pass muster with these parents.

    To me, THAT is the story within the story of the demographic changes coming up. blacks and jews will come out on the short end. Another generation and all this black/jew nonsense and favoritism dissipates. Asians, Hispanics and Whites will be left in peace, the blacks stashed away in their rotting ghettos. Asians and Hispanics won’t sell their souls to jews. It’s the only way it can come out.

    • Agree: Richard B
    • Replies: @Wally
    , @Brooklyn Dave
  4. Bartolo says:

    Only around 30% of Hispanics vote Republican, but this is not a problem because [long barrage of irrelevant information and speculation], so relax!
    What a joke, really!

  5. ariel says:

    about 30% of hispanics newborns have a white parent, how does those people will vote?

  6. Rich says:

    I’m not sure if Steve Sailer came up with it, but one of the ways to get more Hispanic votes is to paint the dem party as the “black party”, pushing everything from reparations to affirmative action to special black rights. Hispanics have a bit of pride, and probably won’t take too kindly to playing 2nd, or 3rd fiddle in a black run party. Whether that’s enough to get them to vote repub, I’m not sure, but it should put a damper on them going strong for the “black party”.

    On the other hand, when given the vote, Central and South Americans have very often gone for socialist and communist parties, and have participated in violent leftist revolutions that were only prevented by a strong military response. The way the leftist media and most of the dem party is pushing violence, I think there’s a good chance we wind up in some kind of police state dictatorship, as crime and violence rise and the economy falters. A Pinochet, or a Peron, could eventually be running DC.

  7. Wyatt says:

    The Republicans need a serious, likable bean to stump for them in a major state as governor or even a firebrand type senator. Dump the Cuban autists and used car salesmen. Get a Telemundo presenter to talk about low taxes, a guest worker program, (as an excuse to tighten immigration and get actual numbers recorded) fight back against “los pinche putos negros” and re-masculinize America and the Repubs will get half the hispanic vote and a wider turnout.

    There won’t be enough white people to keep the country afloat electorally much longer, so hispanics will be needed to turn America away from Ah-free-ka and into Brazil where black favela thugs get shot so routinely it’s almost relaxing.

    It’s unfortunate, but pragmatism is the only way to prevent total disaster. Dios willing, 2040 President of the United States, Augustine Pinochet, will do what no gringo could, shoot the darkies and roust the jews. Make America Grande Again.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  8. Ruy Teixeira, a professional Hispanic (…)

    Ruy Teixeira’s father was Portuguese-born Bernardo Teixeira, who emigrated to the U.S. in 1941. Ruy’s mother was Marie Overmeyer, of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Ruy was born in Washington, D.C..

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  9. My research leads to three conclusions.

    My life experience leads me to a single conclusion – voting doesn’t change a damned thing. All the money, time and effort expended to push one jerk versus the other across the finish line really shows how stupid the average person is.

    The permanent bureaucracy runs the country. The (S)elected puppets are there for the weak minded to argue over while the military absconds with $21 Trillion in unaccounted for transactions. The deep state is the permanent government with interchangeable figureheads in the three branches. The CIA & NSA’s chief job is to get dirt on ALL the top people so as to control them. This isn’t rocket science.

    What should be clear by now is that the trend line for the US empire has been heading south for decades and is soon to hit bottom when all the fiat currency fraud perpetrated by the Fed finally crashes. This time it will be a world wide event regardless of which pinhead is called Mr. President.

    The primary criminals in the society – the gov’t and major corporations – are looting the country and keeping people locked up while they’re doing it by inventing a plandemic. A few months from now, they’ll own everything of value while the peasants are left wondering what the hell happened. The old fiat currency will be retired and replaced with a shiny new digital dollar or FedCoin that the average person will be forced to use to make sure the criminals maintain control.

    And yet, people vote. Why?

  10. My life experience leads me to a single conclusion – voting doesn’t change a damned thing. All the money, time and effort expended to push one jerk versus the other across the finish line really shows how stupid the average person is.

    I don’t see how you could look at two states like Arizona and California and reach that conclusion.

    California actually legalized theft (Prop 47) and banned all kinds of guns through backdoor measures. So you can steal but you can’t own one of hundreds of guns that don’t meet their ridiculous criteria.

    If someone breaks into your house and steals your TV it is only a misdemeanor.

    California is a class A example of why voting in just Democrats is a really, really bad idea.

    I’m not a fan of Republicans but to suggest that voting doesn’t matter is irrational.

    The problem is the two party system.

    In absence of a third party the best option is to vote in balance where we can.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  11. @Wyatt

    There won’t be enough white people to keep the country afloat electorally much longer, so hispanics will be needed to turn America away from Ah-free-ka and into Brazil where black favela thugs get shot so routinely it’s almost relaxing.

    I think the question is whether or not White people will stop smoking egalitarian crack once they become a minority.

    History suggests that people are more likely to act in terms of group benefit when they lose their dominance.

    I think we will probably see a nationalist/populist party that is led by Whites but isn’t obsessed with race. It could in fact be Hispanic/White but not explicitly so. Such a party would be a huge blow to liberalism as many of the liberal positions lack merit but are sold against “do nothing” conservatism.

    Liberalism will be running into its own demographic problem as White liberals as a group have very few children. They currently depend on the colleges and media to indoctrinate new recruits but this is becoming increasingly difficult with the internet. There are just too many websites and bloggers that point out the great lie and they continue to refine their arguments while liberalism relies on left-wing writers from decades ago that are easily debunked.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Rosie
  12. @John Johnson

    Are you saying that Arizona has no gun laws as the Constitution clearly stated and still states was the original intent? Please read the 2nd and then tell me how it in any way allows for ANY gun laws.

    The states, in collusion with the Fed Gov, changed the Constitution to get rid of sound money in favor of fiat currency that’s in the process of collapsing, not just in the US, but world wide as the US set the template for other gov’ts to follow. Did voting give the people at the time any say so in turning them into slaves of the bankers?

    The fact that one state may be less tyranical in some niche area does in no way indicate that voting has prevented the lesser form of tyranny. Are you really OK with a death of a thousand cuts?

    Pick any topic and then compare 50 years ago to today. Have things become more or less tyrannical over time? Have you had any say so in all the new restriction via a vote?

    The only vote that could possibly count is a vote for secession so that the 50 new countries compete with each other for residents and businesses. As it is, the monopoly Fed Gov suffocates any attempt at regaining liberties and only ensures further erosion of them.

    Please stop deluding yourself that voting gives you a voice in the process. It doesn’t, it hasn’t and it never will because the system is purposely designed to ignore you.

    Single acts of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of a day. But a series of oppressions, pursued unalterably through every change of ministers, too plainly proves a deliberate systematic plan of reducing us to slavery.
    Thomas Jefferson

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  13. @John Johnson

    I think the question is whether or not you will stop smoking the hopium.

    The two parties are going to do what’s in their leadership’s personal best interests and to hell with the country. At the present time they are looting what left of the economy and they all have golden parachutes.

    The corporations could care less about the US market as it inevitably sinks into stagnation, as long as they can identify their next target which appears to be Asia. I keep waiting for General Motors to relocate headquarters to China since it’s already a larger market for them than the US.

    You are future roadkill as far as the parties are concerned. Wake up to that fact before you get run over.

  14. @Brás Cubas

    Portugal is part of Hispania. Go look at some old maps of Europe and see for yourself.

    Circa the Spanish Civil War of the mid 1930s, there were political movements afoot to re-annex Portugal to Spain. The Portuguese language is also very close to Galician (Northwest Spain) Spanish.

    • Replies: @Brás Cubas
  15. Rosie says:
    @John Johnson

    I think we will probably see a nationalist/populist party that is led by Whites but isn’t obsessed with race. It could in fact be Hispanic/White but not explicitly so. Such a party would be a huge blow to liberalism as many of the liberal positions lack merit but are sold against “do nothing” conservatism.

    If it’s “not obsessed with race,” then what, pray tell, is the point? Civic nationalists do nothing but swear they’re “not racist” and vociferously condemn anyone to their right on race.

    And how stupid evil is Wyatt? He advocates pandering to Hispanics, who vote 70% for Democrats. Meanwhile, he calls White women (a majority of whom almost always vote Republican, the “AIDS virus” of civilization.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  16. Grammarian says: • Website

    Will someone tell Mr. Roberts that ‘Democrat’ is a noun, as is ‘Republic’, whereas ‘Republican’ is an ADJECTIVE which counterpart must thus be DEMOCRATIC.

    Not a bad article, but this childish use of ‘Democrat’ because it supposedly evokes rats made it a painful read.

    • Replies: @Ray Caruso
  17. “Meanwhile, the GOP claims Hispanics are ‘natural conservatives’ and that many will become Republicans.”

    The GOP is sort of correct. The Mexicans, much the same as the traitorous, greedy pigs that constitute the modern-day American right, also want the benefit of living in the most prosperous and powerful country in human history while not having to pay anything (aka, taxes) for its upkeep.

    “…where Mr. Bush had recently been a popular governor…”

    Of course he was popular. The majority of the state is filled with wetbacks and the kikes that rigged the system (Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965) to allow the brown filth to flood into our country in the first place. Not a stretch to think those two groups of America-hating filth would be fans of Shrub.

  18. @Jim Bob Lassiter

    Well, the official definition in America for ‘Hispanic’ does not include people of Portuguese ancestry.

    Anyway, the author has written:

    Few Hispanics attend universities that preach non- or anti-white identities and 39 percent of married, American-born, Hispanics have a non-Hispanic spouse — usually white, so the number of militant anti-whites will probably stay small.

    Even if one considers the Portuguese as non-white (a very hard sell), Ruy’s father had a non-Hispanic spouse (maiden name Overmeyer), so the fact that the author considers him a ‘professional Hispanic’ does not bode well for what he is trying to say in the paragraph I quoted above.

    • Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter
    , @Alden
  19. SFG says:
    @anonymous

    The Castizo futurism/Whiteshift argument. Could be!

  20. SFG says:

    Social conservatism. Lots of Hispanics are believing Christians. See how they feel about drag queen story hour.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @harald
  21. @RoatanBill

    Are you saying that Arizona has no gun laws as the Constitution clearly stated and still states was the original intent? Please read the 2nd and then tell me how it in any way allows for ANY gun laws.

    This doesn’t make any sense. Voting doesn’t work but Arizona has been able to keep their laws closer to the intent of the 2A through voting?

    There are drastic differences once you cross the Arizona/California border.

    It’s not just guns.

    California has thousands of nanny state laws that resulted from the people first giving the Democrats a majority and then later a supermajority.

    Pick any topic and then compare 50 years ago to today. Have things become more or less tyrannical over time? Have you had any say so in all the new restriction via a vote?

    Californians made their own state more tyrannical than Arizona through voting. That’s really not debatable. Prop 47 was in fact a direct vote. They could have followed Arizona and kept their state less tyrannical…through voting.

    The fact that one state may be less tyranical in some niche area does in no way indicate that voting has prevented the lesser form of tyranny. Are you really OK with a death of a thousand cuts?

    The problem with your thinking is that you assume voting itself is the central problem. Even if you got half the population to not vote that wouldn’t change what you dislike about the system. So what is the plan exactly if your solution would do even less if enacted?

    The real problem is that no one challenges the system. Not just the two party system itself but more importantly the school/media component of the system that indoctrinates people. The Californians that support gun control for example are not given the full picture. They are voting based on feelings and limited information.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  22. @Brás Cubas

    I agree that Ruy is a POS con artist no matter what sort of ethno/geo/political historical criteria
    you or I care to trifle about. In America, your typical Portuguese immigrant stock person (or White Brazilian for that matter) has very little use or patience for the typical Mesoamerican wetback/DACA person too. I was just sayin’.

    • Replies: @Brás Cubas
  23. @Rosie

    If it’s “not obsessed with race,” then what, pray tell, is the point? Civic nationalists do nothing but swear they’re “not racist” and vociferously condemn anyone to their right on race.

    Nationalists can focus on the basic needs of the people and not race.

    We are not the only multi-racial country. There are other multi-racial countries with parties that do not whore themselves out to corporate lobbyists or White guilt peddlers.

    Meanwhile, he calls White women (a majority of whom almost always vote Republican, the “AIDS virus” of civilization.

    I certainly don’t blame White women as a group for anything. It’s not as if White men are some collective voting bloc. The California governors that turned the place into North Mexico have been White men. It was Regan that started their trend of mindless gun control instead of dealing with Black crime.

    Anyways with Whites there is more of an urban/rural divide than male/female. This is also true for single/married.

    • LOL: 3g4me
    • Replies: @Rosie
  24. @John Johnson

    The state—or, to make the matter more concrete, the government—consists of a gang of men exactly like you and me. They have, taking one with another, no special talent for the business of government; they have only a talent for getting and holding office. Their principal device to that end is to search out groups who pant and pine for something they can’t get, and to promise to give it to them. Nine times out of ten that promise is worth nothing. The tenth time it is made good by looting A to satisfy B. In other words, government is a broker in pillage, and every election is a sort of advance auction sale of stolen goods. – H. L. Mencken

    You elect someone. They then do exactly as they please. The parties determine who even has a chance of getting elected, so your vote is secondary to their vetting to make sure that only someone preapproved gets in. Once you’re done casting your useless vote, they take over and pass any laws they choose and you have near zero say in the matter. If this isn’t the stupidest system, I don’t know what is.

    The real problem is that no one challenges the system.
    By voting, you are acquiescing to this monumental scam.

    • Agree: Ray Caruso
  25. Rosie says:
    @John Johnson

    Nationalists can focus on the basic needs of the people and not race.

    This is rather difficult in practice, because there is not one people with one set of basic needs, but more importantly, civic nationalism, by nature, puts the needs of non-whites above the needs of Whites. Family values for brown people, good jobs for brown people, fiscal balance for brown people, clean air for brown people, etc. It can’t be otherwise, because there won’t be any White people to enjoy any other good that politics might pursue.

    I find it sad to watch White people work hard to secure a better future for their replacements.

    Anyways with Whites there is more of an urban/rural divide than male/female. This is also true for single/married.

    Class, too, though that overlaps with urban/rural to some extent.

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
    , @John Johnson
  26. @Jim Bob Lassiter

    I see your point. To be completely honest, on second thought I admit that my previous comment may have some wrong notions. People in a position of power tend to behave differently from the common folks; perhaps this is what the author of this piece is saying. And intellectuals with a Portuguese origin may tend to associate with Hispanics due to some perceived affinity or to opportunism.

    Anyway, this article is interesting for providing an antithesis to Ron Unz’ thesis. Ron Unz’s analysis seems to place greater emphasis than Chris Roberts on the internal demographic influence of blacks against conservatism. I haven’t reached a verdict on who is right.

  27. Well if we accept the notion that we’re neither going to vote nor gavel our way to a solution, then all of this yammering of Chris Roberts and the rest of us here in the comment section is just one big race horse piss against the gale force wind anyway.

  28. If they vote for Republicans or if they vote for Democrats, it will be horrible.

  29. @RoatanBill

    And yet, people vote. Why?

    Same reason people play the lottery. The eternal triumph of hope over experience. Anyway as someone else has said here, starting in January we’ll be treated to a one-party state AKA dictatorship. There will still be elections–for show–but they’ll mean even less than they do now.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
  30. I respect Chris and his work is generally very good but I disagree with this piece. I do not believe that we have as much time as he thinks.

    Vince James goes over this quite frequently….the demographic changes are happening at whirlwind speed. I’ve watched as the state of California has gone down the tubes and it happened virtually overnight.

    The mantra that “hispanics are natural conservatives” is total bullshit. I worked with hispanics for thirty years….they are born communists and they want free shit. And their Catholicism doesn’t really mean much as the Catholic church has been an ultra-liberal institution for many years now.
    (As an aside this is why I do not trust the current Supreme Court nominee)

    Most hispanics are anti-white because the media and academia are anti-white.

    The GOP is in deep shit for a number of reasons. The left is dirty and will do anything, including violence, to gain and maintain power. They can pack the courts, make DC a state, make PR a state, amnesty millions of illegals, etc.etc.etc.

    Now….if we could get white self-hating liberals to come to our side then we’d have a fighting chance. But that’s pie in the sky thinking…..I’ve had to totally jettison all of my liberal friends because none of them would listen to me no matter how much reason and evidence I brought to them.

    However, KMAC says in the conclusion of the CofC that as whites become more marginalized and endangered they are likely to become more racially conscious and willing to show concern for their ingroup. I hope he’s right.

  31. gotmituns says:

    Screw both the republcans and the spanish. We White people can make no common cause with the spanish or the lousy gop. Once the sh*t hits the fan in our nation, both will be enemies.

  32. The GOP is done and cooked.

    They never gave a damn about us anyway.

    The Democratic Party (((Jews))) control this country from now until Antichrist.

    Get the hell out while you can. Leave the RINO bastards behind to taste what Ghaddafi did… Hillary will shove the bayonet up their deplorable asses.

  33. Wally says:
    @Jim Christian

    said:
    “Asians and Hispanics and especially Blacks not only don’t score high on ADLs quotient of guilt over the holocaust, they don’t have any reluctance to call a jew a jew, they don’t care about any of it and never did. And ADL posits that additional education in black, Asian and especially Hispanic schools on the holocaust will never pass muster with these parents. ”

    1. Nothing to feel guilty about. The preposterous ‘6M Jews & gas chambers’ claims are quite impossible and easily shown to be so.

    2. The “additional education” is just more of the taxpayers-cash-to-Jews scam.

    recommended:
    Facebook Bans “Holocaust Denial”: https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=13578

    “Only lies require censorship, only liars are afraid of debate”.

    Indeed.

    • Thanks: Richard B
  34. anon[127] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    most mexican/white mixtures still look like mesoamericans, they don’t consider themselves white and are sometimes the biggest leftists out there. the us is finished, there is no point in worrying about such things anyway. accept reality

    • Troll: Zimriel
  35. Get ready for…

    Biden dropping out at the last minute for Hillary to take a victory lap in Clinton v Trump II.

    Taxes on White Christian Working People to pay for Negro Reparations (((a bribe to CTFD))).

    Totally Open Borders… creating 30 million new Democratic Voters.

    Blanket Amnesty for millions of Black Criminals that are currently incarcerated where they cannot rape the White Women… that they will soon be raping.

    White Women embracing Black Men like never before… like Germany after WW2 losing their dignity to Soviet Red Army Jewish Commissars.

    Fewer and fewer jobs that enable White Men to take care of their families… more White suicides.

    Jews laughing their asses off about how the USA is now completely theirs… and enjoying rubbing their shit (Schumer, etc.) into Gentile faces.

    Kamala Harris (((you know, that incredibly smarmy bitch married to a Jew))) amping up the attack on all that understand what a poison the Jews are to Mankind. She will become the Queen of “Anti-Semite! Anti-Semite!” propaganda and outright Christian suppression.

    Attacks by the Jews on Russia being increased to even include false flag terror events within Russia’s borders.

    A new War on Donbass by the Jew Joke Ukrainian President.

    Netanyahu deciding that another attack on Lebanon is better than the Headlines about his corruption.

    Bill Clinton finding another fat Jewess to wet his cigars.

    • Replies: @ariel
  36. Alden says:
    @Brás Cubas

    Portugal and Portuguese are not considered Hispanic for purposes of racial classification and affirmative action entitlement. Richard Nixon’s original executive order inventing the Hispanic amrace, subsequent judicial decisions and EEOC regulations specifically exclude Portugal and existing or former Portuguese colonies from being considered. Hispanic.

    The wording in all those official US government orders considers Hispanic to be Spanish or roots in any existing or former Spanish colonies Portugal is specifically excluded. Interestingly, women who are not themselves Hispanic but have a Spanish name are also specifically excluded because some Hispanics bitched that Anglo women with Spanish surnames night get an affirmative action job or business loan that should go to a real ethnically Spanish person.

    I actually know a typical Irish English German descent woman with a German surname who was in a low level government job with no hope of any promotion. Then she married a man with a Hispanic last name. She was promoted every 2 years until she became deputy chief of the department in her mid 30s.

    This all happened between 1968 when the Ford Foundation front group MALDEF filed the first affirmative action lawsuit on behalf of Hispanics and Richard Nixon’s 1970 executive order inventing the Hispanic race.

    In practice, the distinction between Spanish and Portuguese, Brazil and former Spanish colonies disappeared.

  37. vot tak says:

    “the Future of the GOP”

    Is determined by likud parasites in tel aviv, but that isn’t considered neocon approved pc language, is it.

  38. Barring a mass amnesty of illegal immigrants, it will be decades before a Hispanic “brown wall” makes it impossible for Republican candidates to win presidential elections.

    I don’t see how the author figures. If Puerto Ricans, inflamed by enemedia propaganda that Trump didn’t help their island after the hurricanes and earthquakes, tip Florida to the Demoncrap Party, Republicans will be at the edge of the abyss. If Mexicans help tip any of Arizona, Georgia, or North Carolina, then Republicans fall into the abyss. Or Mexicans can just turn Texas (cockroach-blood) blue with no other state needed.

  39. Hispanicization of America is not just bad for the Republican party but BAD for America period… none of us signed up to talk like the annoying lot of Puerto Rico… mira, jew (you) coming with me?

  40. @Grammarian

    Let’s drop the pedantry. Any noun in English can be used as an adjective. In this case, such usage is especially apt for the the very reason you mentioned. If, however, you really find it “painful”, there are a million Democrat publications out there.

  41. “Barring a mass amnesty of illegal immigrants, it will be decades before a Hispanic “brown wall” makes it impossible for Republican candidates to win presidential elections.”

    That’s why amnesty will be first on Biden’s list. Dems had the chance from 2009 -2010 and didn’t do anything. They won’t repeat that mistake.

    Pack the Court
    Pack the ballot box
    Pack the Senate (DC & PR)
    Pack the voter roles with Hispanics.

    Up next, one party state.

    • Agree: GazaPlanet
  42. harald says:
    @SFG

    JFC, though you were kidding:

    https://www.dragqueenstoryhour.org/

    WHAT IS DRAG QUEEN STORY HOUR?
    Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) is just what it sounds like—drag queens reading stories to children in libraries, schools, and bookstores. DQSH captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models. In spaces like this, kids are able to see people who defy rigid gender restrictions and imagine a world where people can present as they wish, where dress up is real.

    This has to be satirical…

  43. A123 says:

    Hispanic is not a single block.

    One has to look further to place of origin. Anti-Communist Venezuelans moving to Florida has reinvigorated the Anti-Communist Cuban community. This has huge benefits for the GOP.

    Even within a single origin, there are divisions. The Puerto Ricans who choose Florida tend to be more educated, speak English, intend to work, and plan to pay for their own travel to/from PR. These are all favorable to the GOP. Permanent underclass migrants from PR tend to select Blue States, such as New York, where the handouts are much more generous.

    The groups that the GOP is trying to win do not want their wages suppressed by illegal immigration.

    PEACE 😇

  44. Clemsnman says:

    //Hispanics earn more money than blacks despite having less formal education//

    Work ethic

    If pubs want the hispanic vote they must go full bore on social and racial issues, in a way that would make the media and Bill Kristol have a conniption. But I don’t think they are willing.

  45. The GOP doesn’t want really to win. They just want lobbying gigs and controlled opposition TV roles for easy money. The only real problem is they have to win an occasional election. I am starting to think, the GOP doesn’t actually know that.

    Also the way the white educated professional class and their brats are carrying on, the GOP is toast. It really isn’t surprising, the educated have lived very well off regulations and bureaucracies. The private sector ones are no exception. Just imagine how much can be exploited off social justice laws and climate ones. All the while mechanic, trucking, and production jobs are laying in wait of being filled… eventually by an illegal Hispanic.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  46. Pancho says:

    So, according to this author, we have the white vote and the Hispanic vote. But, what about the white Hispanic vote. Does he ignores that a large majority of Hispanics are of European origin? Moreover, contrary to Americans, who after many years of constant brainwashing now see the color of their skins as the key to almost everything, most Latin American immigrants in the U.S. vote according to their minds, not the color of their skins.

    The problem with Hispanics, including myself, is that most of us have reached the conclusion that there is not a dime of difference between the Democrat and the Republican parties. So, while “white” idiots keep playing the dirty political game, we know better.

  47. @SteveK9

    Joe Biden is the most uniparty candidate they’ve ever had. What leftward shift?

  48. @RoatanBill

    And yet, people vote. Why?

    The slaves’ comment cards serve as a useful pressure-release valve for the elite.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
  49. I have to start with the premise there are 11 million illegal immigrants. BULL SHIT… There has been unrelenting illegal immigration to the US for decades. As I point out to Cholo Cheerleader, Ron Unz, yes incessantly, there are Latinos where there were none as recently as ten to fifteen years ago. The Social Service Office in Culpeper or Harrisonburg Va is full of recently immigrated Cholos from south of the border. FULL OF! If you took the time to do any more research on this topic you would know that a study by Princeton Math Professors estimated that level of illegals at at least 20 million…
    Now do you understand that an amnesty is no 11 million? Because of the nature of immigration in that it is chain… on amnesty will multiply itself. That is what happened in 86 with IRCA. People like you said there were only 450 K at most and by the time the amnesties were all done (it took more than the IRCA legislation) we were around ten million all toll…

    And then you have Unz and his idiocy of “natural conservatives” ha ha ha… As I pointed out to this fool… go to your Social Service office in Virginia and see your natural conservatives applying for WIC for the anchor baby… and then you have the Dems ability for identity politics including affirmative action for their voting blocks. You think for one Fcking minute that Latinos won’t be in on the affirmative action gravy train?

    So I call bullshit on this article…

    • Agree: GazaPlanet, 3g4me
  50. TheBAG says:

    This article doesn’t work for me. First a few observations:

    According to the US Census Bureau, Hispanics will become 111 million by 2060 and will be 28% of the population.

    Hispanics are hard-working, low-crime and socially conservative. Not really a good fit to be Democrats, are they?

    I would like to suggest that rather than the Republicans being joined by young Hispanics, that the Hispanics will eventually get frustrated with both parties and they will either start their own party or completely take over the Republican party, remaking it in their image. They will have the numbers. They would be happy to have the remnant of WASPs and the growing Asian population join them in a party that celebrates the old Protestant Ethics.

    Personally, I would be much happier to see my grandchildren grow up in a Hispanic Republic then the current hedonistic, socially corrupt, Jewish Wiemar Republic

  51. Maybe we can reach full equality when we are fully Balkanized and no gentile of any color gets anything from the current racial spoils system. The campaign of division and demoralization isn’t just for white people, as they are soon to find out.

  52. @Jim Christian

    Whites are still the most susceptible group as far as feeling guilt over the Holocaust. This is lessening as older folks who have memories of WWII or have been inundated with Anne Frank stories and other bube meises (grandmother tales) are dying off. Asians entirely and Hispanics (especially the foreign born) for the most part are not interested in the Grievance Comedy Hour that is performed daily on a network near you. They want to get ahead in life. It is only among the American black community where many still vie for a bit part in the grievance drama, but even there I see a change. If the economy does well, the stronger the possibility minorities will vote GOP. The trajectory the Democratic parties is on is tailor made for lunatics – and I don’t think minorities are lunatics. But that doesn’t get the GOP off the hook. They have been a party without testicles for decades who would sell their mother for the best price. It is the person of Trump, not the GOP in general, which has caused many to be attracted. Trump might turn out to be selling us a truck load of poop at the end of the day as well, but for now he is showing steadfastness and determination, which are attractive. In the future, I see a slight increase for the GOP among minorities if Trump gets four more years. If after that they turn back into the useless turds they have been for decades, they deserve to die as a political party.

  53. Hispanics vote Left as a group. That’s inescapable. Hispanics are not a “monolithic” black vote, that’s hardly a consolation.

    There’s a whole world out there, not just hispanics, of people who want to come to the US to live on the welfare system, and they will, and they will be brought here to allow the Jews to create a one-party totalitarian state. Whites are going to have to develop a new system of government, or fall into slavery.

  54. @Rosie

    Agree for the most part.
    The problem comes from the disintegration of “the nation”. Once multiculturalism was accepted, then established as the norm, the concept of “nation” died. While the origins of “nation” are derived from Latin – birth, it altered subtly to people in a defined geographic area with shared experiences. One could not be born in the area (on the soil) but could accept being part of what was around them as being their own. Multiculturalism destroys that concept, promoting apartness rather than togetherness.

    As for political nationalism, it is neither left nor right. To do the right thing for the common weal (nation), it accepts ideas from the entire political spectrum that best suit the solution for a specific problem. The so-called civic nationalists only seek to mitigate damage to the nation, not fix it.

  55. ld says:

    vomit inducing self-congratulatory article surpassed only by the self-entitled commentors
    In 100 years there will be no more ‘smart’ white people
    Good

    • Thanks: Rosie
  56. ariel says:
    @Truth Hurts the Liars

    only about 10% of white women marry a minority , among cohabiters it’s only 12% , and they mostly marry/date hispanics not blacks , you watch too many interracial propaganda

  57. My prediction. Trump get’s 45% of the Hispanic vote.

  58. Anon[345] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump the Difference

  59. Only approximately 55% of eligible voters vote in elections, with roughly half of those voters voting for Republicans and roughly half of those voters voting for Democrats, meaning that whoever is elctected is supported by a minority of Americans, and usually those that do vote are settling for a candidate that does not represent their wishes in a wide array of policies.

    I am finished with both parties. They are wrought with systemic corruption. The Green party is too.

    Political parties are meat grinders that destroy candidates and the country. Political parties are the deep-state and filled with special interest groups that could never get the public to adopt their policies on face value. Political parties are factories and incubators of bad ideas that destroy liberty and America.

  60. @SteveK9

    This article is full of vague generalities. The idea that people below a certain salary range is also outdated. The percentage of people who make a lot of money and vote Democratic is massively high now days. Also, white people in the real world have been intimidated by the BLM and Antifa. They believe that if they vote for Biden everything will go back to normal. Nothing could be further from the truth. The mob will be empowered and come for more and eventually come for them.

    Some Hispanics are now realizing that too much illegal and legal immigration of their “relatives” is hurting their job prospects and income levels. Another thing Hispanics don’t always get along. One only has to watch MLB where the Hispanics and Latins are always going after each other starting fights. It’s just like “gang” tribalism but the MLB won’t admit it. It appears 90% of the problems between players are these groups.

    In LA the Hispanics and Latins have driven many of the blacks out of the area. In crime laden Chicago the moron black mayor doesn’t have a clue that much of violence is between Hispanic and Blacks. Hispanics and many Latin gangs hate blacks. The blacks know that the Hispanic and Latins are taking over.

    Do you think Rahm Emannuel the Magic Jewish Mayor invited all the illegal aliens from Mexico and S. America to Chicago because he liked them do you? (((They))) always have a plan.

    The Repubs can win if they get smart but they are just dumb dogs. Leave abortion alone, have a decent environmental attitude, and a conservative economic plan. Also, don’t be afraid of BLM and Antifa. Go after the Dems where it hurts. Turn their hatred of Whites against them. Call them the racists. Go after the black crime rate including murder of whites and the rape of white women which is off the scale. Give them a 24 hour attack just like they have done against whites. What this author doesn’t understand is how few white people vote. One of the reasons many whites don’t vote is they see the Dems and the Repubs as the same. Only about 50 to 58% of whites vote in the national elections. I believe that more Democrats who vote would be very low but 3% to 4% more white Republicans….what would that produce?

  61. LMD says:

    Welcome to the real world. I used to think it was tragic that so few people voted. Not anymore; only people who are at least make an effort to be informed should vote. The 2 party system leaves a bad taste in everyone’s mouth because it forces compromise to build winning coalitions, but it was better when the presidential candidates were picked at the national conventions by party insiders. The current primary system is dangerous as the nation more and more resembles the one depicted in the satire “Idiocracy”.

  62. A.K.Patal says:

    Most of the people here are debated about the wrong issue: how do the whites, blacks and hispanics vote. By focusing on who votes for who, we are completely overlooking the real issue that needs addressing: how to give the American people, all of them, the chance to choose between two really competent, able and patriotic candidates, instead of being forced to choose between the two worst possible choices: Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

    The democratic system has been completely corrupted by the people who vetted every courageous patriot. How to change this situation?

    It is not white, or black, hispanic, asian, or native indian issue. It is an American issue. Those who divide the people on colour-line are actually working with the real enemies of the American people.

  63. Since 2013, millions of Venezuelans — at least a tenth of the population — have fled a despotic and ruinous socialist regime.

    Thanks, I know not to take this neocon seriously in the future. Good grief. No doubt he still believes voting will change the world.

    https://grayzoneproject.com/2019/01/30/us-economic-warfare-venezuela/

    Trump fans should just say they want to vote Trump to “own the libtards”. I could respect that. This Qanon stuff, fighting the deep state, ending the wars, best economy ever stuff is a tough sell and makes you look like a fool. Unless this guy is writing for the Fox/Breitbart zero info. audience, looks to be the case, he gonna have a bad time.

    By the way, Trump and Biden will do more for those parasites that got chased out of Cuba and Venezuela than they will do for you as white working class. They have lots of stolen wealth to bribe Trump and Biden with. In fact Trump and Biden would gladly send your sons and daughters to die in a war overthrowing their govts so these parasites can have their and Banana and Sugar Cane slave plantations back.

    In Venezuela theres lot of oil they would like to get back to stealing, can’t have that despotic socialist using their own oil to help improve the lives of Venezuelans.. how dare they!

    https://thegrayzone.com/2019/06/18/exxon-ambassador-carlos-vecchio-venezuela-coup-lobbyist/

    Trump and Biden/Red team and Blue Team both have the same owner folks, sorry. Different looking roads, the same destination in the end. Even the “radical communist” Bernie Sanders loves some imperialism when it comes to Venezuela.

    https://thegrayzone.com/2019/07/28/biden-privatization-plan-colombia-honduras-migration/

    • Disagree: Zimriel
    • Replies: @John Johnson
  64. It’s the influx of Latin American immigrants that is making democratic socialism a more acceptable idea among the Dems. And eventually the population at large. Bernie was not taken seriously until these young Latinos, and other young immigrants started going to university in droves. Todays Latino immigrants are not your grandfathers immigrants. They keep their language and customs and more then that, impose them on the Anglos. Which we’re accepting . And they believe, like citizens of all advanced countries, that the role of government IS to provide for the welfare of its citizens. Non of this Puritan ;pick yourself up by your own boot straps if you’re rich you must be good hyper capitalism. Or idolatry of the words of the Constitution, [which can be interpreted to mean anything one wants it to mean, And amended]. They are not Wasps; and don’t buy into the waspish ethos of giving some of your paycheck to charities or working voluntarily as interns and not getting paid.Not because they are greedy and uncharitable but because they believe that a good government provides for its citizens; or should. And working for nothing is exploitation.

  65. @Rosie

    This is rather difficult in practice, because there is not one people with one set of basic needs, but more importantly, civic nationalism, by nature, puts the needs of non-whites above the needs of Whites.

    It is certainly more difficult than in a homogenous nation but it would be harder to do a worse job than our two party system.

  66. @Old and Grumpy

    The GOP doesn’t want really to win. They just want lobbying gigs and controlled opposition TV roles for easy money. The only real problem is they have to win an occasional election. I am starting to think, the GOP doesn’t actually know that.

    The problem is that the GOP would rather lose than admit that “minimal government” can’t fix everything. They are led by race denying libertarian boomers that would rather have the ship go down in flames than admit race exists and Reagan was wrong. I think most of them have already resigned to losing. There are also a lot of end-times Christians in the GOP that don’t really care as they see the destruction of the US as prophecy.

    Populists like Bannon are outcasts to the GOP even though they have been correct about economics. So basically the people that make correct predictions are shunned. The same thing happens in Democrat circles.

    One of the two parties had to split at some point. There is just too much evidence that race not only exists but is tied to culture and trying to blame Whites or socialism for our problems is reality avoidance. The policies of both parties are built around race denial.

    If the GOP needs to split then so be it.

  67. @redmudhooch

    In Venezuela theres lot of oil they would like to get back to stealing, can’t have that despotic socialist using their own oil to help improve the lives of Venezuelans.. how dare they!

    Improve the lives of the people? Like killing people through a medicine shortage?

    Maduro is a moron that I guess couldn’t bother with reading why Communism failed.

    Why does everything have to be socialism?

    The could nationalize the oil and spend money on the people without adopting the Marxist crap. Or be even smarter and just tax the foreign corps that were drilling it.

    We need to get away from this thinking that countries have to choose between amoral globalist capitalism and repressive globalist Marxism.

  68. ziggurat says:

    I feel so relaxed after reading this article, whose message seems to be “nothing to worry about, we just need to crank up the white vote a bit”.

    Talented conservative politicians could, in theory, continue to win national elections by only slightly increasing their share of the white vote (the “Sailer Strategy“) while holding onto a third of the Hispanic vote. The racial mix should not doom that strategy until 2050 or later. It all depends on whether the GOP can attract and keep white voters; Hispanics won’t make that much difference.

    But here is a report from Texas (from the link below):

    Texas has once again shattered vote registration records, adding more than 1.5 million voters since the last presidential election.

    — In the four previous presidential election cycles, Texas added about 700,000 new voters on average, less than half as many as have been added this cycle

    — Nobody doubts that the Democrats have gained ground in the last four years. Republicans acknowledge that while the GOP was counting on a more organic growth of voters, Democrats and their allies were aggressively adding voters at a faster clip. The result was Democrats flipping 12 seats in the Texas House in the 2018 midterm elections, along with two congressional seats. U.S. Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke came within 220,000 votes of becoming the first Democrat to win statewide office since 1994.

    — “Texas is a battleground,” Cruz told supporters on a conference call last week.

    https://www.houstonchronicle.com/politics/texas/article/Texas-voter-registration-surges-trump-biden-record-15586286.php
    Texas shatters voter registration records again as Trump-Biden election draws closer
    Jeremy Wallace Sep. 22, 2020

    The country is only 59% white and is headed for 49% in 20 years.
    In recent years, the annual influx has been more Asian than Latino (37% Asians, 27% Latino).

    In Texas …
    … Only 26% of Asians voted for Trump, whereas 34% of Latinos did.
    … Only 29% of non-whites voted for Trump, who received 52% of overall vote.

    We don’t have to be doom-and-gloomers, but let’s not be whistling past the graveyard either. It seems like Trump could be the last Republican president ever.

    https://www.cnn.com/election/2016/results/exit-polls/texas/president

  69. Anonymous[182] • Disclaimer says:

    Disagree about Venezuelan refugees voting Republican. The first wave did, but the first wave was a bunch of upper middle class businessmen who were screwed by socialist policies. The current wave is a bunch of lower middle class working people who enjoyed the (unsustainable) socialist policies of Chavez and think that Maduro is evil only because he wrecked the working socialist system. Venezuelans by large think Americans are so wealthy that they can surely spare money on social programs and a war to liberate them from socialism, so that they can get a real leader like the late Chavez to make socialism work again.

    • Agree: Zimriel
  70. Analyzing the hispanic vote in America is just as ridiculous as Republicans blaming Democrats and Democrats blaming Republicans.

    Don’t participate in the stupidity marathon. Every year our schools are pumping out entire generations of marxists and critical swing States are permanently turning Communist. The Republican party is doomed regardless of the hispanic vote.

    Donald may still win because Biden isn’t a very likeable guy, but this may be the last Republican president ever except in non-typical scenarios of democrat infighting.

  71. ariel says:

    most venezuelans are socialists , the main opposition parties are socialist,social democratic or moderate liberal

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