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The Political Fallout of Disastrous Events: 75% of Those who Die in a Catastrophic Collapse are Likely to be Democrats

by Mike Adams, Natural News:

In terms of the really big shifts in the voting base of political parties, the largest shift happening right now is the ballooning of Democrat party voters who are illegals. The Democrats have fought hard to outlaw voter ID laws while maintaining wide-open borders, essentially surrendering America to a foreign invasion as a deliberate strategy to win elections and stay in power at any cost. (It’s a wildly successful strategy if you wish to win votes, but widely suicidal if you wish to keep your nation strong.)

Despite all this, there’s a massive shift in voter demographics that could emerge virtually overnight, causing large numbers of fatalities among those who tend to vote for Democrats. It turns out that people who live in cities are far more likely to die in the unfortunate aftermath of various catastrophic events. (Cities are death traps, as I’ll explain below.)

Cities are roughly 75% – 80% liberal, whereas rural areas are roughly 75% – 80% conservative. Thus, any event that causes disproportionate deaths in large cities will, by definition, cause a disproportionate number of casualties among those who tend to vote for Democrats.

This chart shows the political affiliation of the mayors of America’s top 50 cities to be about 75% Democrat:

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1 comment to The Political Fallout of Disastrous Events: 75% of Those who Die in a Catastrophic Collapse are Likely to be Democrats

  • NaySayer

    I thought SGTReport was evolved past this perpetuation of the false left. v. Right crap????

    This is how the warlords divide and conquer and somebody is helping to do it by choosing these kinds of stories to highlight.

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