Republicans and Democrats have agreed to work hand in hand to redraw congressional districts in Texas, following the release of Census 2010 data that reveals the extent to which their plan to ethnically purify Texas has worked.
The population of Latinos in Texas has grown by 2.8M in number since 2000, a figure which represents over 65% of the state’s population growth for the period. The black population grew by 522,000, while whites were able to muster a respectable 467,000.
Even as Texans were never presented the opportunity to vote as to whether or not they would prefer to be displaced and robbed of political representation, establishment politicians weren’t shy about demanding an immediate political voice for their guests.
“The Latino community should receive three of the new Congressional seats or better and should be properly represented in the State Legislature and on the State Board of Education,” said State Rep. Carol Alvarado, D-Houston, who serves on the redistricting committee.
Republican House Speaker Joe Straus, R-San Antonio, whose party colludes with the Democrats to displace whites, added that he looks forward “to passing fair and legal maps that represent the make-up of Texas.”