by Chris Black
Already on election night 2012, the night Mitt Romney was defeated, it was clear what direction the Republican Party was going to embrace: they would become the party of White conservatives, working Hispanics and greedy Indians.
The Democrats would remain the party of White liberals and lazy Blacks.
That was ten years ago, and it’s clear Trumpism represented simply a minor detour on the path which was already determined.
Both parties are well positioned to adapt to the coming non-white majority and have long since planned to split the White vote between them.
It was always a myth that the Republican party wouldn’t be able to survive or thrive without a White majority.
In fact, the truth is it’s White majority that won’t be able to survive it thrive within the Republican party.