Steve Bannon on Illegal Immigration: ‘Globalist Corporations Want Cheap Labor, Left Wants Cheap Votes’

Breitbart News Executive Chairman and former White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon told the American families of illegal alien crime victims during a speech that illegal immigration to the United States comes down to two benefits for the political and economic elite: cheap labor and cheap votes.

The Great Replacement is designed to first impoverish then eliminate you, your future, and your heritage. Vote the bastards out.

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  • Liberal Progressive

    How dare he say that. It’s offensive.

    We Liberals don’t go cheap on those new voters!

    • Heh;)

    • Observer

      After all it’s only OUR money to buy the votes of the foreign-born.

  • ontario john

    As long as Super Socks can provide cheap immigration labour to the temp agencies that pay nothing wages and nothing benefits, they will keep stuffing money into the Liberal Party coffers.

    • He will.

    • Alain

      More important is importing bigger voter blocks to outnumber the remaining “old stock” Canadians. It is pure greed at its worst level: greed for power, for being able to control others and for ill-gotten gains.

  • canminuteman

    “Vote the bastards out” – we’re beyond that, because all parties have the same agenda when it comes to the great replacement.

  • J. C.

    The thing I could never figure out is, if we all get replaced with foreign slave labour, who will be left to purchase the products and services of the corporations that are pushing for this??? How do they plan to stay in business when not even their newest ’employees’ will be able to afford whatever they sell???

    • Alain

      That however is the nature of globalism or how globalists think. Having no sense of national loyalty they anticipate being able to find buyers for their goods on the global market, so it does not matter that citizens of their own country cannot afford to buy them.

      • J. C.

        But yet, if all corporations in all countries only offer poverty-level wages there will be no buyers anywhere…