Push for Big Tech ban of ‘Great Replacement Theory’ serves to mask Dems’ race-based mindset

After black nationalist Darrell Brooks allegedly committed the Waukesha rampage last November, killing six people in the process, not a single establishment media outlet called for social media companies to crack down on the type of black nationalist propaganda that Brooks had frequently shared on social media.

Yet following the massacre committed this past weekend allegedly by a white supremacist obsessed with the white supremacist and antisemitic great replacement theory, it seems the entire establishment media — all of it — has been clamoring for a crackdown on any and all online discussions about the racist theory.

The headlines tell the whole story. Take this one from the Los Angeles Times: “After Buffalo, will social media companies finally ban great replacement theory?”

The problem, besides the double standard, is that it appears that the entire establishment media has conflated the great replacement theory with legitimate discussions about demographic changes and their link to voting habits. In doing so, by the way, they’ve coincidentally acted in perfect lockstep with the Democrat Party.

In the Times’ piece, for instance, technology “reporter” Brian Contreras conflates the great replacement theory, which is based on race, with Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s legitimate concerns about illegal migration being purposefully used by the Democrat Party to turn America more “progressive.”

The idea espoused by Carlson is that the Democrat Party is purposefully allowing illegal migrants of any and all races, including white, to flood into the United States, in the hopes that they’ll respond with gratitude by voting for Democrats.

The Times isn’t the only paper to make a false comparison between the great replacement theory and Carlson’s idea. Take this headline from The New York Times: “After Buffalo, Will Anything Change at Facebook, Twitter or Fox News.”

But what does Fox News have to do with the theory? If anything, the evidence indicates that the great replacement theory — the actual theory, which is rooted entirely in race — is a staple of the left-wing establishment press, not conservative outlets like Fox News.



The clip shows a spate of establishment media figures and Democrat politicians claiming “demographics is destiny” and celebrating that white people will soon be a minority in America.

Zerlina Maxwell: “In a few years, we’re going to be a majority brown country. White people will not be the majority in the country anymore.”

Ron Brownstein: “This will be the first generation ever in American history in which whites will be a minority of the generation at some point.”

Donnie Deutsch: “As of 2007, every year babies being born in this country, whites now are the minority.”

Jorge Ramos: “In 2044, everyone is going to be a minority.”

Steven Colbert: “As the demographics change, as white people become the minority in the country, which is coming.”

Joe Scarborough: “Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny.”

Ali Velshi: “The white population is declining for the first time in history in America, while the number of multiracial Americans have more than doubled.”

Don Lemon: “So we live in a country where the demographics are changing, it’s becoming less white.”

Julian Castro: “You’ll be announcing that we’re calling the 38 electoral votes of Texas for the Democratic nominee for president. It’s changing, it’s going to become a purple state and then a blue state because of demographics, because of the population growth.”

Margaret Talev: “The growth in Texas has been almost entirely driven by non-white population growth, mostly by Hispanic and Latino population growth.”

Anderson Cooper: “The idea that whites will not be the majority, I mean, that’s ⁠— it’s an exciting transformation of the country. It’s an exciting evolution and, you know, progress of our country in many different ways.”

Nancy Pelosi: “The white population is declining. It was always on the upswing. So, that speaks to the beautiful diversity of America. It speaks to how that population, the demographics will weigh in politically.”

Note how all of the examples involve race, race, race. So in a way, the Los Angeles Times is correct when it notes, via Oren Segal of the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism, that ” the ‘great replacement’ is not just becoming ubiquitous on some fringe extremist space but also in our public discussion.”

However, these public discussions certainly aren’t happening on Fox News, where no host, including Tucker Carlson, has described the idea of one race becoming a minority or a majority as “exciting” …


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