A tipping point in the demographic shift in the U.S. population had returned Barack Obama to power for a second term. A moratorium on mass immigration, buttressed by strong secessionist and states’ rights movements, might just help delay another such bomb from detonating.
Lest we miss the veiled meaning in her reference to a "demographic shift," Mercer links to an earlier column in which she discusses "the axis of Asians, blacks, browns" (and brown-nosing bimbos) who handed the Democrats a handy victory," insists that "America doesn't need more people; it needs better people" (and declared that granting women the right to vote is a "pox").
Mercer goes on to lament that "America’s historic majority" -- you know, white people -- supported Mitt Romney over Obama but was "outnumbered as a voting bloc" by immigrants who are "for the most, in Latin American" and "ess educated than other sections of the U.S. population."
Mercer concludes: "The same Republican cobra-head that rose to spit at Romney whenever he broke from the pack is now leading the charge for amnesty and against America’s waning historical majority." Only in the race-obsessed world of Ilana Mercer is the existence of non-white people in America a threat.