What can often get you in far more trouble than telling a big lie is telling a big truth. And it can really put you in hot water if its a big truth that threatens big power. Colonel Douglas Macgregor (ret.), a decorated Gulf War veteranturnedconsultant and commentator, is learning this the hard way.
The 68-year-old Macgregor, you see, has had the temerity to mention that Democrats are using immigration to effect demographic change that will help them win political power.
As a result, the Daily Mail attacked him today, writing that he has been repeatedly spreading a conspiracy that Joe Biden is deliberately bringing in migrants, in a bid to change the demographic balance to help Democrats.
My, lions, and tigers, and conspiracy theories, oh boy! Heres a question for the Mail, a British paper: When your own Andrew Neather a liberal ex-aide to your former liberal prime minister Tony Blair admitted in 2009 that the previous 15 years massive Third World migration into the UK authored by your liberal Labour Party was designed to rub the rights nose in diversity and render their arguments out of date, was that a conspiracy, too? Just asking for a friend.
The Mail mentions in particular that in April, Macgregor told a New York radio show that the Biden administration was attempting to flood the country with Latinos, in a bid to help their electoral chances. Well, the Democrats would never do that just for power, right? Perish the thought!
But since were on the topic of Nueva York media, heres another puzzling happening. In the fall of 2018, liberal New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg wrote a piece entitled We Can Replace Them. And just so you know she wasnt talking about missing leftist brain cells, she made pretty clear that she was alluding to demographic change that would enable Democrats to carry the day in Peach State politics.
The potential is there, Goldberg wrote. Georgia is less than 53 percent non-Hispanic white.
Uh-huh. I wonder, why in the world would she mention race?
Of course, the journalist wasnt as straightforward as Neather; she used code words. Referencing the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial election that Democrat Stacey Abrams won (in her own mind), Goldberg said that voters can do to white nationalists what they fear most. Show them theyre being replaced.
Note that by white nationalists, Goldberg isnt actually referencing people who believe in a white nation, but white people who happen to embrace nationalism as opposed to internationalism.
Then there was Obama cabinet secretary-to-be Julian Castro. In 2013, he told CBS the following about the Lone Star State: In a couple of presidential cycles, youll be on Election Night, youll be announcing that were calling the 38 electoral votes of Texas for the Democratic nominee for president. Its changing. Its going to become a purple state and then a blue state because of the demographics, because of the population growth of folks from outside of Texas.
There also was Obama himself, who, reported to the Daily Caller in a 2015 article entitled Obama Hopeful Immigration Will Drown Conservatism, that he was confident about liberalisms future because America is becoming a hodgepodge of folks.
Going back further, we have then-president Bill Clintons 1998 commencement address at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. In a speech heavily peppered with the term immigration, he mentioned that whites will be a minority by 2040 to the cheers of the mostly white audience. It might be conspiracy-type thinking to suggest they werent just an anomaly or that some of them retained these balkanization-crazy passions upon going out and influencing the world, so I wont suggest that.
But Macgregor did so. The result is that the cancel cultists want him gone from the West Point advisory board, to which he was appointed by President Trump on December 8 for a three-year term. The board, the Mail informs, provides independent advice to the president on morale, curriculum, discipline, and other issues at West Point. And, hey, nothing could hurt morale like telling the cadets that the White House hates them so much it wants them replaced.
Macgregor isnt alone in being targeted, though. Fox News hosts Tucker Carlson also was pilloried early last month for mentioning That Which Must Not be Named, inspiring him to delve into the rages cause. He stated:
[W]hy all the anger? If someone says something you think is wrong, is your first instinct to hurt them? Probably not. Normal people dont respond that way. If you hear something you think is incorrect, you try to correct it. But getting the facts right is hardly the point of this exercise. The point is to prevent unauthorized conversations from starting in the first place. Shut up, racist! No more questions! Youve heard that before.
Yet the demographic liberal-jihad claim is provably true, Carlson later added. And because its true, it drives them [leftists] absolutely crazy when you say it out loud. A hurt dog barks (must-watch video below).
Or yelps and maybe even bites.
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