Most Conservatives/Republicans often stress the importance of preserving the Constitution including the first and second amendment and the concept of limited government, but neglect completely to talk about the importance of rapidly changing demographics and its impact both in the present and in the foreseeable future. This is a mistake that will cost us everything, including the previously mentioned Constitution.
Whites are the only main racial voting group that prioritizes the Constitution. To give some examples regarding the First and Second amendments which are the most vital for the rest of the constitution to have relevance:
The Democrat party out of the two parties, is the one that disrespects and attacks the Constitution the most. Yet Blacks and Hispanics overwhelmingly vote for candidates from this party, 92D-8R and 73D-27R respectively (may be lower considering white Cubans and Argentinians as well as White people with partial Hispanic ancestry are taken into account). With mass immigration, especially from Mexico and countries from Central America, we are essentially importing the electorate for the Democrats to win future elections. With Whites on course to become a minority in the next two decades, and taking into account all the information previously mentioned, can we really expect a good political outcome in the years to come? Can we expect the Constitution to prevail in more than just a written idea?
We have already lost Virginia due to changing demographics, of which now the constitutional right to bear arms is under siege as you read this post. Texas, the most solid red state that is critical for any Republican candidate to win the presidency, is destined to turn blue in 2024 or 2028 due to mass demographic change. States like Arizona and Florida are soon to follow. Clearly Demographics is something the average conservative cannot afford to ignore any longer. Please let me know what you think.