White Democrats have drifted into ideological extremism over not regulating immigration.”
Steve Sailer writes:
Because I have a better-than-average historical sense, I’ve been pointing out for the past few years that American elites are mindlessly floating toward an unspoken belief in the sacredness of what I call the Zeroth Amendment: that American citizens should get no say in who gets to move to America because huddled masses of non-Americans possess civil rights to immigrate, no questions asked. And this Zeroth Amendment overrides the obsolete First Amendment, so you aren’t allowed to question it. (…)
The differences among white voters were stark: Only 11 percent of white Trump voters labeled as racist the view that American whites have a moral right to vote that the immigration system not be exploited to drive them into political and cultural impotence.
In contrast, 73 percent of Hillary’s white voters think that it’s racist for white Americans to have an opinion on who gets to immigrate.
Strikingly, Hillary’s white supporters were more radical in denouncing whites as racists than were her nonwhite backers.