A majority of young whites voted for Romney

Several readers have sent Ann Coulter’s column on the post-1965 immigration and how it assures permanent Democratic Party dominance over the U.S. She presents some startling figures on young white voters:

According to Pew Research, 54 percent of white voters under 30 voted for Romney and only 41 percent for Obama. That’s the same percentage Reagan got from the entire white population in 1980. Even the Lena Dunham demographic—white women under 30—slightly favored Romney.

Reagan got just 43 percent of young voters in 1980—and that was when whites were 88 percent of the electorate. Only 58 percent of today’s under-30 vote is white and it’s shrinking daily.

What the youth vote shows is not that young people are nitwits who deserve lives of misery and joblessness, as I had previously believed, but that America is hitting the tipping point on our immigration policy.

The youth vote is a snapshot of elections to come if nothing is done to reverse the deluge of unskilled immigrants pouring into the country as a result of Ted Kennedy’s 1965 immigration act. Eighty-five percent of legal immigrants since 1968 have come from the Third World. A majority of them are in need of government assistance.

I don’t know if Coulter realized the import of her choice of words, but she said “reverse” the deluge rather than “stop” the deluge. That is what I have been saying for years, that the only way to save America was not just to stop the mass movement of Third World peoples and especially Hispanics to the U.S., but reverse it. Of course, when I was saying it, there was only the slightest practical possibility that such a reversal could be put into effect; now it may well be entirely impossible, given the numbers of nonwhites in the electorate.

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Richard W. writes:

The recent election seems to have woken a few movement conservatives out of their decades long slumber. It’s amusing to see them wake up and look around at the world they’ve helped create and realize how terrible it is for their sacred beliefs. It’s almost funny, but tragic at the same time.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at December 06, 2012 10:45 AM | Send

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