Tucker Carlson: Democrats' electoral strategy is “demographic change everywhere, including in the suburbs”

Carlson: “The plan is to flood the suburbs with voters they believe will support the Democratic Party”

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Citation From the April 21, 2023, edition of Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): But the defining strategic insight of the modern Democratic Party is that you don't really need to convince anyone of anything. What matters is demographics. You need to import enough people from elsewhere, people who are financially dependent on you in order to live.

That's the story of the state of California. That's why California changed. That's why Texas is changing. But it's also happening at the local level all over the country. Democrats have realized that they win the vote in virtually every major city. But the suburbs remain contested, and that matters because suburban voters elect school boards, and state legislators, and, of course, members of Congress.

So if you want total control over the entire country, you need demographic change everywhere, including in the suburbs. This is a very obvious insight and Democrats have been on the case for quite a while. 


If you wanted more Black home appraisers, why wouldn’t you start a program to train them? No. The only job training program this administration has gotten behind in two and a half years is getting Black people to sell more weed in the cities. Literally. "We're legalizing weed and we're going to make sure the weed dispensaries have African American owners."


So, once again, they're using fake allegations of racism as a pretext for a political plan. And in this case, the plan is to flood the suburbs with voters they believe will support the Democratic Party.