By Kevin “Coach” Collins
When South Carolina’s Republican Senator Jim DeMint resigned to head the Heritage Foundation most “outside the Beltway” conservatives were at first apprehensive about the net effect it would cause. The thinking on DeMint’s move slowly evolved to “Jim can do things outside of the system he can’t do/say while in the Senate.” It sounded reasonable – after all this was Jim DeMint.
Since he took over Heritage DeMint has been an irritant to the Gang of Eight as they fight to destroy America by erasing our borders, but time has shown that alas he is not the “all in” warrior for our safety we assumed he would be. The abrupt “resignation” of Jason Richwine, a Harvard trained PhD, from his position as a Heritage Foundation analyst/writer tells us a different story about DeMint.
Richwine HAD to be banished from Heritage for committing the heretical outrage of telling the truth about the destructive effect mass waves of Hispanic immigration have had on America’s economy. Worse still Richwine took the “head on” position that the damage has been caused because of the lower IQ of these immigrants.
Richwine exposed Teddy Kennedy’s lies about the probable results of his Immigration Reform legislation. We know now that it was a clever gambit to replace the Democrat votes being lost in the South. Today we have veritable conga line of new low IQ immigrants eager to reward the Democrat Party for holding the door open for them.
The whines and howls that followed from the Left were of course to be expected. It is simply “not allowed” to point out differences in IQ among various races and ethnic groups unless you are saying a minority group (usually Asian) has a slightly higher IQ than any other.
Nevertheless, other unexpected voices have joined in the attacks on Richwine – those who should be defending him and using the data he presented demonstrate the lower IQ immigrant costs us $6.3 TRILLION.
After the first squeal from the Left about Jason Richwine’s R-a-c-i-s-m, within three days Jim DeMint folded and begged for mercy. Heritage denounced its own White Paper on IQ and race by bleating its findings, “… in no way reflect the positions of The Heritage Foundation.” How we wish they did.
Jim DeMint agreed with the Left that it is better to never mention what wave immigration has done to America because it makes for uncomfortable evenings at DC cocktail parties.
Maybe we are better off with DeMint out of the Senate.