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Across America there is a consistent trend of college towns, despite most being extremely distinct from traditionally Democrat dominated cities and coastal communities, demonstrating far more left-leaning political and cultural behaviors than surrounding Republican areas. In fact, you might find an extensive sea of red counties within a largely red state, only for a blue spot to turn up, far away from any coast or city, right in the middle of the state. Why is this? Are college towns contributing to the Democratic colonization of Republican states? And are colleges turning red states blue? We'll be looking at trends and statistics in relation to moving, voting, and more to paint a clearer picture of what impact left-wing institutions like liberal universities are having on red states and conservative communities in the short and long term.
The Colonization Of Red States: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkv0D8dIc_w
There is a clear struggle for political power in the United States between Democrats and Republicans that rises in tension election after election. In terms of counties and landmass, the Republicans have carried an overwhelming advantage through their presence in Rural America and the Suburbs, but recent changes in culture, economics, technology, and policy are, and will continue to change that at an ever increasing pace. This is how the majority Democrat cities will spread out, and ultimately conquer and colonize the surrounding Red Republican states, suggesting that it will become harder for Republicans and Rural Conservatives to win elections in the future, perhaps not as soon as the 2022 midterms, or even the 2024 Presidential election, but potentially not long after that.
Why The Republicans Would Lose A Second Civil War: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzNEfSucw5Q
As a follow up to my video on What If Civil War Broke Out Between Republicans and Democrats where we explained who would win, how either side could win, and the long term outcome of a Second Civil War, we've come to the conclusion, based on recent events, that the Republicans or American Right Wing would be at a major disadvantage if war were to ever break out in the United States of America.
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