Leftists are glad the white American population is declining—but get mad when Vivek Ramaswamy points that out

"Fewer than 50 percent of the people in America from then and on will be white European stock. That's not a bad thing," Biden said in 2015.

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
Everyone freaked out at Vivek Ramaswamy on Wednesday night after he hinted that a plan of Democrats is to reduce the white population of the US. Pundits on the left called him out for what they said was racist language, some even went so far as to call him a white supremacist. Van Jones nearly had a coniption on air. 

"Why am I the only person on this stage at least who can say that January 6 looks like it was an inside job? That the government lied to us for 20 years about Saudi Arabia's involvement in 9/11? That the 'great replacement theory' is not some grand right wing conspiracy theory, but a basic statement of the Democratic Party's platform? That the 2020 election was indeed stolen by big tech, that the 2016 election, the one that Trump won for sure, was also one that was stolen from him by the national security establishment?"

It was his remark about "the great replacement theory" that ruffled the feathers of the media elite. The not-for-profit organizations that call themselves "watchdog" groups define "the great replacement theory" as "one of the most dangerous white supremacist conspiracy theories." 

'Global Extremism' says that it is "a white supremacist, xenophobic, and anti-immigrant concept that posits white people are being replaced by immigrants, Muslims, and other people of color in their so-called 'home' countries. The conspiracy often blames the 'elite' and Jews for orchestrating these changing demographics."

Ramaswamy did not ignorantly blame the Jewish people for "orchestrating" the replacement, or depopulation, of white people in America, he blamed the people who have taken credit for it and celebrated it: the Democrats.

CNN's Van Jones didn't like it. "And the smug condescending way that he just spews his poison out is very, very dangerous. Because he won't stop Trump, but he's gonna outlive Trump by about 50 years, and you're watching the rise of [an] American demagogue that is a very, very despicable person. And Lily," he said, addressing the host, "I was I was shaking listening to him talk— because a lot of people don't know: that is one step away from Nazi propaganda coming out of his mouth."

However, Jones not only acknowledged but touted the changing demographics of the United States in 2021. "We want the white majority to go from being a majority to being a minority," he said. Ramaswamy's team posted the clip, which shows Jones talking about the report from the Census Bureau showing that the population of white Americans was declining.

"We are asking the white majority to do something that's difficult," Jones said. "And I think it'd be easier if we just acknowledged that it's difficult. No ethnic majority group in 10,000 years of human history, that I could find, ever went from being a majority to being a minority and liked it. And that's basically the request from the racial justice left: is that we want the white majority to go from being a majority to being a minority and like it. That's a tough request. And the reality is that change is hard. Change that you want is hard, change that is good is hard."

Van Jones is just a pundit, but these sentiments have been coming down from Democrat leaders for more than a decade. Then-VP Joe Biden praised the minorification of white Americans in 2015 during a meeting on counter terrorism. Flanked by the man who would become his DHS secretary, Alejandro Mayorkas, Biden told the assembled guests that a flood of immigration that changed the demographics of the US to such an extent that the majority racial group was unseated as the majority was a good thing.

Biden called the diminishing of the white majority to be "a good thing."

Biden spoke about the immigration saying "it's not going to stop nor should we want it to stop. As a matter of fact, is one of the things I think we can be most proud of."

He called it "an unrelenting stream of immigration, non-stop, non-stop."

"Folks like me who are Caucasian of European descent, for the first time in 2017, will be an absolute minority in the United States of America. Absolute minority. Fewer than 50 percent of the people in America from then and on will be white European stock."

"That's not a bad thing," Biden said. He spoke about how "proud" he was of that and the "progress" being made toward that goal, the lessons learned along the way. 

The Brookings Institute put the year at 2042. "Driving this trend are immigration and intermarriage: the white share of the population is projected to shrink by 6 percent between 2010 and 2050. But the Hispanic population will grow by 102 percent, and the share of people identifying as two or more races will see a nearly 200 percent increase," the Washington Post reported in 2015.

"But the most important lesson we've learned," Biden continued at the counter terrorism round table, "[that] we don't always practice it, is that inclusion counts. Let me say that again. Inclusion counts. Inclusion counts."

Inclusion is what has driven much of the Biden presidency. More than 7 million illegal immigrants have been ushered into the United States and spread around the country under what is essentially an open border policy implemented by Biden and Mayorkas, who sat smiling at him in 2015 as he delivered his remarks praising the decline of the white American population.
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