Dig these two seemingly unrelated items.
NEW: Our drone video of the massive single group of migrants that just crossed illegally into Eagle Pass, TX.— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) July 6, 2022
Border Patrol agents told us there were up to 500 in this group, predominantly from Venezuela & Cuba. Many were smiling/waving to us & flashing thumbs up. @FoxNews pic.twitter.com/tXBhqhkE4G
I'm a little slow, so it's just dawning on me now that the point of the open border is to either turn the red states purple through demographic change or anger them into secession. I can't think of anything else that makes sense.
I realize that in a previous post, I said that not making sense is a hallmark of the modern progressive, but I can't let logic go. Rational thought runs deep in us theoretical mathematicians.
Also, I thought I had said it somewhere on this blog, but I can't find it easily so here it is, possibly again: If Texas secedes, every single red state needs to immediately join it. Without Texas, you'd end up as a vassal state to California and New York.
I already said this here.
Just think, they already view the people of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Oklahoma as sub-literate, racist trash. In the words of the Journolist crowd, they're "NASCAR retards." If those states were forced, err, allowed to secede, the left would never lose another presidential election, would never lose control of the Senate or Congress and would soon have an unimpeachable majority on the Supreme Court.
In another post, I said that it's not secession if you're not part of a country.
If a state wanted to secede, from what would it be seceding? Would you say, "Texas, you may not secede. You must stay and have your land overrun by non-citizens. You must obey laws that people all around you do not obey. You must use a currency that is being generated out of thin air. You must communicate to us in English. You must send us two senators and n congresscritters to represent you in an near-powerless legislature. Finally, you must accede to the wishes of our judiciary, whatever those wishes happen to be at the moment."
It seems to me that the US, as presently composed, is not nearly as solid and well-defined of a thing as one might think.
It's not a crisis if it's intentional.