Gunny G: ~ Without Immigrant Voters, America Has Not Elected a Democrat President Since 1964 !!!!!++++++

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!…Without Immigrant Voters, America Has Not Elected a Democrat President Since 1964 YouTube ^ | March 14, 2019 | Spencer P Morrison Posted on 3/17/2019, 11:42:16 AM by Thalean The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, alternatively known as the Hart-Celler Act, opened America’s borders to the world, and forever changed the rules of political engagement in this nation. No longer was politics fought along primarily ideological (Right versus Left) or historical (North versus South) lines; instead, mass immigration made it exceedingly profitable to play the game of identity politics. By catering to the disparate group identities of new immigrants, the Democrats realized they could lock-up a potentially infinite source of voters. And while it’s true that America’s political culture has always, to some degree, been mired in issues of identity due mainly to slavery’s legacy, it is also true that by 1965 the exploitation of black-white tensions was not a “growth market”—especially considering that the Democrats were on the losing side of the Civil Rights Movement. They needed a fresh source of reliable voters, and they created one….!+++++++++++++

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Without Immigrant Voters, America Has Not Elected a Democrat President Since 1964
YouTube ^ | March 14, 2019 | Spencer P Morrison 

Posted on 3/17/2019, 11:42:16 AM by Thalean
The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, alternatively known as the Hart-Celler Act, opened America’s borders to the world, and forever changed the rules of political engagement in this nation. No longer was politics fought along primarily ideological (Right versus Left) or historical (North versus South) lines; instead, mass immigration made it exceedingly profitable to play the game of identity politics. By catering to the disparate group identities of new immigrants, the Democrats realized they could lock-up a potentially infinite source of voters.
And while it’s true that America’s political culture has always, to some degree, been mired in issues of identity due mainly to slavery’s legacy, it is also true that by 1965 the exploitation of black-white tensions was not a “growth market”—especially considering that the Democrats were on the losing side of the Civil Rights Movement. They needed a fresh source of reliable voters, and they created one.

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