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Should conservative commentators open up discussion about changing racial demographics. News Team

Since 1965, the United States congress has adopted immigration policies that have rapidly dwindled the percentage of the US population that is white. Despite this radical change, no one has let whites vote or even talk about whether or not they want to become a minority.

Blacks have lived in the United States for hundreds of years. There has not been any black slavery for over 140 years. In the last 50 years hundreds of billions have been spent to better “integrate” black people. Despite this, black people have not successfully assimilated into American society. The average black IQ is still 15 points lower than whites. Blacks are 9 times more likely to commit murder. Black men are 10 times more likely to have AIDS than white men, while black women are twenty times more likely than white women. Black food stamp dependency rates are over four times the white rate. Black AFDC dependency rates are about five times the white rate.

However, despite the inability to assimilate the racial minorities already in America, Congress seems hellbent on creating a majority non-white America. Anyone even attempting to discuss this in a public forum is immediately deemed a “racist” and shouted down.

Do you agree with the following statement? Conservative commentators such as Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and others should discuss the possibility of a future white minority status.

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