Must See: Tucker Whips Out A 2015 Clip Of Biden Proving 'The Great Replacement' Is A Dem Strategy

By Charles Susswein | Saturday, 21 May 2022 09:30
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Tucker Carlson has fired back at Joe Biden after arguing that Democrats are set on changing the electorate’s demographics to win elections.

During his Fox segment on Tuesday, the media pundit played a 2015 clip of the then-Vice President’s comments at a White House conference on battling global extremism.

Biden states: “An unrelenting stream of immigration, nonstop. Folks like me, who are Caucasian of European descent for the first time in 2017, will be in an absolute minority in the United States of America, absolute minority.”

He went on: “Fewer than 50 percent of the people in America from then on will be White European stock. That’s not a bad thing. That’s a source of our strength.”

Carlson aimed at the Democratic Party, blaming them for bolstering immigration policies and sidelining white Americans to gain votes in the polls.

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“So, you played clips of them saying it, and you’re the deranged conspiracy nut,” Carlson said mockingly between laughs.

“The Democratic Party has decided then, rather than convince you, people who are born here, that their policies are helping you and making the country better and stronger, they will change the electorate,” he continued.

The video shared by Carlson is a 30-second clip from a longer, six-minute version in which Biden explained how Boston’s community recovered after the 2013 marathon bombing.

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Before the video was cut, Biden announced that an “unrelating stream of immigration” was behind America’s secret to “remake itself unlike any other country in the world.”

Carlson has used the clip in many instances to imply that Biden - and other Democrats - have tried to replace white Americans with immigrants - a conspiracy known as the great replacement theory.

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On Saturday, Payton Gendron, 18, opened fire at Tops supermarket in Buffalo, New York. He wrote a 180-page manifesto referencing the “great replacement” theory as he spewed racist and anti-Semitic sentiments. Gendron’s assault killed ten and wounded three. Of the 13 people shot, 11 were Black, and two were White.

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After mounting denouncement that he had repeated the theory and pushed it on his news segment, Carlson tried to distance himself from the matter by accusing Democrats of seizing the chance to politicize the Buffalo race massacre.

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On Tuesday, the media pundit continued that changing the electorate would not be sufficient for Democrats to recover from recent polls revealing sinking approval rates.

“But the funniest part is they may be wrong, actually, judging by recent polling,” Carlson stated.

“It turns out your average Salvadorian landscaper’s politics are a lot closer to Donald Trump’s than they are to Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi. So, their basic calculation may be completely wrong, but that’s not even the point.”

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