During a panel discussion on Fox News ‘The Five’ Tucker Carlson asked a question that is rarely considered during any debate on immigration, how many people do we really ultimately want in this country? How many is enough?
Watch the whole thing:
CARLSON: “Two points that people are not considering. One is the allocation — we talk about voting rights in a democracy. If you change the demographics of the country, if you bring in a lot more people without the consent of the country, you dilute the political power of the people that live here.
That is meaningful. We’re talking about huge numbers. 30 years ago, there were 100 million fewer people living in the United States than there are now. 100 million. California alone had 10 million fewer people as a completely different place, a better place.
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The question is how many people do you want to live here?
We have about 350 million we think. There’s massive environmental effects of overcrowding. Nature bears the burden of that. The natural landscape does and all of us that live here do.
At what point do we say it’s not about deserving people? They’re probably nice people. Nobody is debating that. What about the people that live here? Seems like there’s enough people here. Why is nobody saying that?”
ARTICLE SOURCE: thefederalistpapers.org