VIDEO: Dick Durbin Endorses Great Replacement, Says ‘Demographics’ Are ‘Not On The Side Of The Republican Party’

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Sen. Dick Durbin made a speech on the Senate floor this week that debunked corporate journalists’ claims that the so-called “Great Replacement” is a conspiracy theory. Durbin enthusiastically informed viewers that “The demographics of America are not on the side of the Republican Party” and the new voters imported by Democrats “are moving away from them, away from Donald Trump, away from their party creed that they preach.”

“There certainly is no argument when it comes to the outcome of the election, that was clear and it has been except to one former president for a long time,” Durbin claimed during the anti-election integrity rant. “And yet the Republicans when in control of state legislatures, are by resign trying to make it more difficult for some people to vote. Why? The answer is very simple. The demographics of America are not on the side of the Republican Party.

Durbin continued, “The new voters in this country are moving away from them, away from Donald Trump, away from their party creed that they preach. And instead, they’re moving to be Independents, or to even vote on the other side. To argue and fight against that, the Republicans in legislative settings are reducing and restricting the opportunity to vote.

The Illinois senator recently made headlines for saying the COVID vaccine has been responsible for the deaths of “millions” of people, as reported by National File:

Durbin continued, “They have been spreading what I consider to be irresponsible information about vaccines across America, and about the effort of this nation to deal with ’em. Here’s the reality: we have millions who’ve died across the world by this vaccine, we may never have an accurate count. We have hundreds of thousands who have died in the United States.”

Big Tech platforms Facebook and Twitter have not deplatformed Durbin for spreading misinformation.