North Carolina State House Speaker Thom Tillis, Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in North Carolina, took the opportunity provided in an interview with the Carolina Business Review to whine about minorities taking over the country.
Host Chris William asked Tillis, “When you see this shift that Hispanics used to be in the Republican Party and now they’re clearly on the other side of the aisle —when you see all of these things that have transpired, what do you think about? What is going on in the Republican Party?”
Tillis responded, explaining that Republicans need to learn to reach out to black and Hispanic people because their populations are expanding, while white people aren’t doing a good enough job of breeding.
Tillis also revealed what right-wingers mean when they use the phrase “traditional”white people.
“If you take a look, you mentioned the Hispanic population — the African American population, there’s a number of things that our party stands for that they embrace. I think we have to do a better job of communicating it. I think we have to do a better job of being out there in between elections, garnering support for the things that we’re trying to advance. And I think that we need a focus on limited government and free markets which is something that’s appealing to everybody. That kind of work will position us for those growing sectors. The traditional population of North Carolina and the United States is more or less stable. It’s not growing. The African American population is roughly growing but the Hispanic population and the other immigrant populations are growing in significant numbers. We’ve got to resonate with those future voters,” he said.
See it for yourself below at around 2:40 into the video: