More immigrants from third world countries equal more Democratic Party voters. This conclusion is a no brainer since these people are used to corrupt politicians who use populism to deceive and control the citizenry. Just look at any Latin American country and you’ll be astonished at the amount of poverty while the political elite sit behind gated estates. Therefore, it should be no surprise poor, uneducated immigrants subscribe to this income inequality scheme Democrats expound. Here is an excerpt from the Washington Examiner:
Gimpel cites several reasons why future immigration will likely mean more Democrats. The first is that "immigrants, particularly Hispanics and Asians, have policy preferences when it comes to the size and scope of government that are more closely aligned with progressives than with conservatives." Those preferences have expressed themselves in a two-to-one party identification advantage for Democrats in those groups.
Another reason is that the arrival of immigrants, whose ranks include substantial numbers of the poor and unskilled, increases income inequality in the areas they choose to live. "It is from areas of higher income inequality," writes Gimpel, "that we find the most support for a robust government with an expansive regulatory and redistributive role in the economy, among all citizens, not just immigrants." That will likely mean more electoral success for Democrats
An astonishing 76% of the immigrant population receives some form of taxpayer funded welfare, that’s because they have sprouted an anchor baby, compared to about 52% of the native population. If you want to see our future, look to California if we are unable to change the hearts and minds of these diasporas.
Texas has about the same demographics as California, but with a different outcome. The Federalist published a comparative analysis. The results are astonishing. Here is an excerpt:
Both California and Texas have official poverty rates above the national average. But, under SPM, Texas’ poverty rate matches the national average while California’s is the nation’s highest with proportionately 47 percent more people living in poverty than in Texas and the United States.
Much of California’s nation-leading poverty rate is due to the high cost of housing in the Golden State, a significant portion of which is driven by hyper-controls on development, greenhouse gas fees, restrictive zoning, and taxes. It takes five years to get permission to build in California what commonly takes five months in Texas. If California is America’s future, then that future is overrun with poverty.
The United States used to export its ideas and ideals. Now, we’re importing proven destructive social experiments and third worlders squawking for a government teat. Soon, states like California will become Mexico’s Crimean Peninsula.