The Democratic Party Has Tipped—Great News For The Republicans (Who Doesn’t Deserve It)

The Democratic Party Has Tipped—Great News For The Republicans (Who Doesn’t Deserve It). By Peter Brimelow.

Is the Democratic Party reaching the “tipping point” — becoming so dominated by minorities that the remaining whites suddenly stampede for the exit, a phenomenon well-documented in neighborhoods and school? …

Non-white share of democratic vote for president, 1964-2016

The red dot adds another 3.9% of Democrat voters who are white and gay.

Steve Sailer, more politely, put it this way on VDARE.com directly after the 2012 election: …

The Obama coalition of fringe elements in American society is united by one main driving force: resentment of the core groups in American society—such as married white people. Hence the vitriol from the victors since Tuesday, with much chest pounding about the long-hoped for death of white America. …

Overall, this situation is unstable. Non-white foot soldiers in the Democratic Party will eventually begin to demand that their leaders look like them, not like Nancy Pelosi. And campaigning for white votes in Democratic primaries is just going to get less important. …

The internet is alive with testimonials from whites who supported Obama in 2008 but ended voting for Trump in 2016. …

Boys and girls:

Of course, historically one reason white men have gone to the Left — I don’t think I’m giving away any secrets here — is that there were easier women there. But that benefit is being brought to a screeching halt by the #MeToo campaign, abetted by rapacious trial lawyers and lesbian fanatics, to pathologize heterosexual relationships.

Hillary’s white vote was disproportionally (60%-40%) female. Again, this strikes me as unstable. As Gloria Steinem memorably put it during the Democratic primary: “And, when you’re young, you’re thinking, where are the boys? The boys are with Bernie…”

My guess: if young white men are being driven from the Democratic Party — as they are — young white women will eventually follow.