Donald Trump has warned that the 2016 presidential election is going to be the last election that the Republicans can win, because a Hillary Clinton presidency will legalize millions of illegal immigrants and grant them the vote.
What Trump is saying is that a Clinton victory will mean that this is the last election in which white Americans will be able to determine the outcome.
Speaking in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network’s David Brody late last week, Trump said that the 2016 race is “going to be the last election that the Republicans can win,” because if he is not victorious undocumented migrants “legalized” under a Hillary Clinton presidency will “be able to vote and once that happens you can forget it.”
“I think it’s going to be the last election that the Republicans can win,” Trump told Brody.
“If we don’t win this election, you’ll never see another Republican and you’ll have a whole different church structure. You’ll have a whole different supreme court structure.”
Brody asked Trump whether he was referring to “what Michele Bachmann was talking about,” which was Clinton providing potential citizenship for “many of these illegals,” because “that means Texas and Florida could be gone.”
Bachmann, a former congresswoman from Minnesota who made a brief run for the White House in 2012 and is an adviser to the Trump campaign, told CBN last week that “If you look at the numbers of people who vote and who live in the country and who Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton want to bring in to the country, this is the last election when we even have a chance to vote for somebody who will stand up for godly moral principles. This is it.”
Both Texas and Florida have large populations of illegal invaders, relative to other states, and the latter has been tightly contested in recent elections.
Trump repeated: “I think this will be the last election if I don’t win. I think this will be the last election that the Republicans have a chance of winning because you’re going to have people flowing across the border, you’re going to have illegal immigrants coming in and they’re going to be legalized and they’re going to be able to vote and once that all happens you can forget it.”
“You’re not going to have one Republican vote,” he said. “And it’s already a hard number. Already the path is much more difficult for the Republicans. You just have to look at the maps.”
Trump is completely accurate in his projections—except for one thing. A Trump victory which halts illegal immigration will only postpone the demographic switchover, not avert it.
Only a determined policy of reversing all Third World immigration of the last twenty years or more can avert nonwhites becoming the majority population of America by the year 2045, as the U.S. Census Bureau predicted even before the mass illegal invasion of the past few years.