SEBASTIAN GORKA (HOST): California, New Mexico, Hawaii, Texas and Nevada now have majority-minority populations, and here we go with the most important one -- percentage of congressional districts with foreign-born populations above the national average, which went Democrat.
Percentage of congressional districts with foreign-born populations above the national average, that went Democrat -- 90 percent. Isn't that what it's about?
Isn't that why the Democrats don't want to have, for example, voter I.D.? To bump that number up to 100?
MICHELLE MALKIN: It's what it's all about, and you're not allowed to say it.
In fact, you have many of these Soros-subsidized or Soros-allied organizations that will immediately attack anyone who points to those numbers as somehow racist or xenophobic, or trafficking in what they call a conspiracy theory.
Now, the irony of it is that you have all of these left-wing academics, and many of these open-borders inc propagandists that will use the same numbers -- and if they're in their own comfortable chambers, will cheerlead and beat their chests about it --
GORKA: Celebrate it, right?
MALKIN: And they call it "demographic conquest."
GORKA: And this is what Clinton actually said in a speech to bankers, that you can now read, "my dream" -- this is the woman who was going to be president -- "my dream is a borderless hemisphere," if there are no borders from Canada to South America, there is no America. Am I right?
MALKIN: That's exactly right. That's what it's all about, and it needs to be spelled out.