DML OPINION: When a country leaves its borders wide open and just allows people from other countries to flow in, it creates a situation where jobs are stolen, welfare claims skyrocket, and schools become overwhelmed. But the biggest cost is one that doesn’t come with a price tag — it doesn’t appear on a spread sheet or a government report. I refer to a culture change. What’s the cost of a culture change? Americans will soon be able to answer the question.
According to U.S. census data, there are 55.3 million Latinos in America, a fact which is soon to have to have a major influence in the future of this nation.
A recent report from the Pew Research Center revealed that Hispanics are the youngest major racial or ethnic group in the United States.
– Hispanics make up 21% of all US millennials.
– Nearly half (47%) of U.S.-born Latinos are younger than 18.
– About one-third (17.9 million) of the nation’s Hispanic population is younger than 18.
– About a quarter (14.6 million) of all Hispanics in the US are ages 18-24.
– Among Hispanic eligible voters, 44% are millennials, ages 18-24.
Add to that a recent report stating the influx of families crossing the border in 2016 is at an all time high. The numbers in all the categories are bound to grow higher.
English is no longer the primary language in Miami and Los Angeles.
Ten years from now (2026), America will be unrecognizable. Soccer will be bigger than football (American). Most cities will speak Spanish as a primary language. Gangs will have more members than police departments. The list goes on and on.
Look at this video from South Miami. The girl is a four-year neurology resident.
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