There’s a Liberal national Trojan Horse being duplicated in Texas and it goes by the name, ‘Battleground Texas.’ It’s aim is to turn the biggest conservative state in the union blue. When given enough creditable examination, it’s an easily obtainable goal.
The DNC is looking to spend in the area of ‘tens of millions of dollars over several years’ in order to make this project a success. Really and truly, when you consider the state of Republicans affairs in Texas, the DNC could save the money, bank it, let it acquire interest and use that interest to spearhead the final push to making the eyes of Texas blue.
Texas business growth is but only a piece of that Trojan Horse scenario unfolding around the state. While local Republicans are outwardly praising that growth, secretly, they relishing the potential campaign contribution, which is not always, conservative in nature. Donors decide, while legislators abide.
Adding another piece to that Trojan Horse is the Latino population, which enjoys Texas’ sanctuary status to no end. This is supposedly the fastest growing ethnic group in the country and as we all know, ‘illegal immigrants are counted in the U.S. Census by law,’ and as such, their impact on representation, believe it or not, is heavily weighed when legislators are at the tables of redrawing districts.
Then there’s the African American population in Texas that’s also constantly growing, either through inner-country migration, or birth. In either case, this group adds another piece of the Trojan Horse, but mostly in the form of entitlements and that’s a huge catch all for Liberals.
That’s not to say that only African Americans are the only core base recipients of entitlements, but rather, Liberals target them with entitlements versus the American dream. The Latino community is but another large and growing entitlement class of that same core base.
The final piece of the that Trojan Horse is the state’s Republicans party who appear to always resemble a deer in highlights when it comes to the state’s business, it’s constitution and their constantly dwindling core base.
When all these factors are put to the calculator, it’s easy. With Republicans willing, or unwilling help, the eyes of Texas could turn blue.