Newsmax host warns the suburbs are being “invaded” by undocumented migrants

Grant Stinchfield: “It is an invasion of poverty – low-skilled, uneducated future Democrat voters”

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Citation From the September 30, 2021, edition of Newsmax's Stinchfield

GRANT STINCHFIELD (NEWSMAX HOST): It is no coincidence that the unvaxxed are also under assault – many of them are conservatives. Think about the war against them. Team Biden wants the unvaxxed destroyed, financially ruined even. It's about stopping the spread alright – the spread of conservatism.


STINCHFIELD: The left longs for total chaos and society's total reliance on big government. Cops get in the way, but they want that reliance, right, on big government. It's why Joe Biden is waging war on the suburbs - suburbs that are literally being invaded. It is an invasion of poverty – low-skilled, uneducated future Democrat voters. That invasion originates on our southern border, of course. Open border globalists like Team Biden will tell you the next round of 80,000 Haitians and who knows how many more Central Americans is about compassion, they say. It's not. It's about the battle to dilute your neighborhood in an effort to turn it into a city center. 


STINCHFIELD: Here's what the mainstream media is not going to tell you. All of this actually amounts to a war on minorities as rich, white, powerful Democrat elitists use those illegals for their own political gain and power grab. The fact is, the Democrats want to hold all people of color back. That battle starts in our nation's underperforming schools. Pushing division, racist policies, all in the name of critical race theory. And here's what may surprise you. Critical race theory, CR2, isn't a war on white folks. It may seem that way, but this is really about making Blacks and Hispanics angry. Falsely teaching them that they are not good enough, that capitalism is somehow oppressive. It's Democrat propaganda to keep minorities down and on the government dole. The mainstream media doesn't tell you that, though, do they?