The below is a very peculiar Tucker Carlson clip.
He appears to not understand how the facts he states relate to his commentary. Notice he says that people who left Hazelton, Pennsylvania do not recognize the city anymore because of the changed demographics. But, damn, if the people hadn't left, the demographics wouldn't have changed!
The people leaving are an important part of the changed demographics. Does he want to stop these people from leaving? Or does he want the houses to stay empty like a desert ghost town? The fact is that the whites who left are probably better income earners than the Hispanics moving in and the whites just moved to where they can earn the larger incomes.
This is basic urban economics 101. Shifts occur all the time in regions relative to incomes. This happens with or without immigrants.
Then Carlson goes on to say that "our leaders" live in areas where demographics haven't changed. Isn't he just pointing out here that if people want to live among their own that this can certainly happen? So what is the problem?
If you don't mind living in a mixed area you can and if you want to live amongst your own you can.
Carlson seems in the below clip to want to enforce some kind of totalitarianism that brings everything back to the 1960s, which by the way, is a period when there was no cable television and Carlson wouldn't have his current show to spout commentary that fails to appreciate change and the economics that explains it.
-Robert WenzelThis is what a white nationalist TV segment looks like: pic.twitter.com/mI24FJ2OBE— Jack Smith IV (@JackSmithIV) March 21, 2018