A century-old racist theory reentered the political discourse around immigration and has become commonplace on the campaign trail as Republicans hope to retake control of Congress in November.
- The white supremacist theory blames the nation’s natural demographic shift on Jews.
- • There is an overlap between rhetoric on replacement theory and immigration.
- • Those who have repeated the theory include four sitting members of Congress.
Congressional candidate Joe Kent took to Twitter last summer to repeat a racist theme that has become commonplace in the country’s immigration debate and upcoming elections.
“The left is supporting an invasion of illegal immigrants to replace American voters and undercut working class jobs,” Kent wrote.
Then in the spring, in an interview with a white nationalist group, he nodded along as the host said Democrats don’t care about the “Anglos” or “the founding stock of America.”
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