Ted Kennedy in 1965: the ethnic mix of America will not be upset

Senator Ted Kennedy famously asserted during the debates over the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, or the Hart–Celler Act, that “our cities will not be flooded with a million immigrants annually. … Secondly, the ethnic mix of this country will not be upset.”

However, back then non-Hispanic white people were still 85% of the US population… but now only 60%. So abolishing all national quota based restrictions on immigration has indeed “upset the ethnic mix” of America, the racial makeup of the country has changed dramatically. Yet leftists are still trying to deny the reality of the Great Replacement, as I reported recently.

Here’s a tweet from a Polish nationalist which includes a video illustration of the demographic shift of America:

Incidentally, Ted Kennedy was a Roman Catholic, which is noteworthy and relevant because the Vatican and the American Catholic establishment have been one of the main forces, if not THE main force, behind the “browning of America”, as I’ve extensively documented before.