Chuck Schumer just said the quiet part out loud about his radical open-borders agenda

Nov 18, 2022

Many Democrats in competitive races during the 2022 Midterms campaigned saying they would fight to fix the crisis on the U.S. southern border. 

Well, that tough talk didn’t last long. 

And Chuck Schumer just said the quiet part out loud about his radical open-borders agenda. 

What happened to the tough talk? 

Sen. Mark Kelly in Arizona, Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto in Nevada, Sen. Michael Bennett in Colorado, Rep. Tim Ryan in Ohio, Rep. Val Demings in Florida and Cheri Beasley in North Carolina all had something in common the past couple months. 

They were all Democrats running in what were believed to be competitive U.S. Senate races – and they all were talking tough on immigration while on the campaign trail. 

Of course, they belong to the party that fought then-President Donald Trump every step of the way as he pushed for border security and common-sense immigration reform. 

They also belong to the party that is currently green-lighting the ongoing crisis on the U.S. Southern border. 

And for Kelly, Masto and Bennett – all of whom won their respective races, two close and one in a landslide – they all work under a man who just called for amnesty for all illegals. 

That’s the exact kind of talk then-candidate Joe Biden was uttering that caused caravans of migrants to race for the border in the first place. 

Schumer says the quiet part out loud 

For Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s part, he doesn’t know how many illegals are in the United States, and he doesn’t care – he wants all of them to stay with all the legal benefits of being an American. 

“Now more than ever, we’re short of workers, uh, we have a population that is not reproducing on its own with the same level that it used to,” Sen. Schumer said while pumping his fist. “The only way we’re going to have a great future is if we welcome and embrace immigrants. The ‘DREAMers’ and, all of them, because our ultimate goal is to help the ‘DREAMers’ but get a path to citizenship for all 11-Million, or however many there are undocumented here.”

As the Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh was quick to point out, what Schumer is outlining – reduction in American birth rates with mass immigration to cover so-called, “labor shortages” is the exact blueprint of the “Replacement Theory” Schumer and his friends in the corporate-controlled media have accused Republicans of using to “ferment racism.”

“This is literally the Great Replacement, clearly outlined by Chuck Schumer,” Walsh tweeted. 

Meanwhile, the Majority Leader’s “11 million, or however many” estimate of illegals is outdated and very low – by at least half. 

According to a 2018 Yale study, an estimated 22 million illegal aliens are living in the U.S. 

And even that number is likely low, as in less than two years under President Joe Biden’s watch, Customs and Border Patrol numbers project that about 5.5 million more illegals have crossed the border.

Deplorable Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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