- Representative Alice Stefanik – a Trump loyalist – paid for Facebook ads pushing the ‘great replacement theory’, which claims white people are replaced by expatriates
- ‘Democrats are planning their most aggressive move: a permanent election revolt,’ the ad said.
- The New York representative was reprimanded as ‘low’ by an editorial in the hometown newspaper – The Times Union
- Stefanik has represented NY’s 21st congressional district, which is largely rural since 2015, and is the third-ranking House Republican.
Pro-Trump Republican Representative Alice Stefanik was blasted as ‘lesser’ by an editorial in her hometown newspaper after she paid for Facebook ads pushing the ‘Great Replacement’ theory.
In ads for Stefnik that appeared on Facebook on Wednesday, Joe Biden was seen wearing his trademark aviator sunglasses, with scores of immigrants walking toward him depicted in his reflection.
The photo was a crack on the cover of Time magazine in which Putin was seen reflected in Biden’s colors. Stephanic’s ad text said ‘Democrats are planning their most aggressive move yet: a permanent election revolt.’
“His plan to pardon 11 million illegal immigrants will overthrow our current electorate and create a permanent liberal majority in Washington,” the ad said.
The Times Union Editorial – Titled ‘How Low, Miss Stephanic?’ – Sink your teeth into the ad.
‘Absolutely a choice of words, given that the country is still reeling from the January 6 rebellion in Washington by supporters of Mr Trump, who tried to reverse Democrat Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election.’
Republican Representative Alice Stefnik’s ad – pictured here – was ripped off as ‘low’ by her hometown paper’s op-ed
Stefnick’s ad on this June cover of Time magazine appears to be a hoax ahead of Biden’s meeting with Stephen
Representative Alice Stefanik – pictured here on 29 July – was reprimanded by her hometown paper for her ‘low’ ads against immigrants
The op-ed slammed the ads as a ‘fear-based political strategy’ and did not mince words in the last paragraph.
‘If anything needs to change in this country – and in the Republican Party – it is the disgusting rhetoric that Ms Stefnik and many of her colleagues so shamelessly spew.’
The Great Substitution Theory claims that white people are being deliberately replaced by immigrants in America.
It has a long history in the country which includes times when Catholics, Jews or Muslims were revered as ‘replacements’ who were out to change the ‘culture’ of the country.
The theory also feared that Irish, Italian, Asian or Eastern European immigrants would take the jobs of white, Protestant people.
Ads for the third-ranked Republican echoed Donald Trump’s attacks on Muslim and Mexican immigrants, while the June cover of Time magazine mocked an aviator-clad Joe Biden with Vladimir Putin, who was a Biden-Putin Was in reflection before meeting.
The Times Union’s op-ed covers the contributions immigrants are making to America and argued that their work is integral to a healthy American economy.
“Today, according to the American Immigration Council, they make up more than a third of the farming, fishing and forestry workforce and a quarter of those working in computer and math science,” the op-ed said.
‘More than four million immigrants work in the health care and social services industry. In many cases, they are doing things that US citizens do not want to do.
Stephanic has represented New York’s 21st Congressional District, which is mostly rural and includes Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence, Warren and Washington counties, and parts of Herkimer and Saratoga counties. has gone. 2015.
The district covers most of the Adirondack Mountains and the Thousand Islands region. It borders Vermont to the east and Canada to the north. It also includes the US Army’s Fort Drum.
Stefanik sits here on July 27 to discuss the January 6 committee
The ads come at a time when the country faced more than 195,000 migrants at the Mexican border in August, according to government data released on Wednesday.
Nearly 14,000 immigrants camped in the area as thousands continue to arrive, with the Biden administration preparing deportation flights to Haiti to curb the number of undocumented migrants flooding Del Rio, Texas .
Officials from the Department of Homeland Security are planning eight flights per day to Haiti starting on Sunday after President Joe Biden canceled repatriation flights to Haiti.
Haiti – which is recovering from a magnitude 7.2 quake that killed more than 2,000 people and damaged more than 100,000 homes – is only prepared to accept at least three flights a day, but Biden’s administration plans to accept eight. Will push for it, The Washington Post reported.