Steve Sailer writes:
Puerto Rico is a test case of whether nationalism is as dispensable as the heightening conventional wisdom assumes. (…)
…as demonstrated once again by the current post-hurricane crisis of electricity outages, in part caused by the power company failing to trim trees, Puerto Rico is instead a pit of corruption and fecklessness. (…)
A recent study of Puerto Rican islanders’ genomes suggests they tend to be about 65 percent European by ancestry, 20 percent black, and 15 percent American Indian.
This shouldn’t be a hopeless racial mix. However (…)
Recently, Puerto Ricans have primarily been migrating to cheaper Orlando in central Florida. Hillary’s campaign devoted considerable effort to registering Puerto Rican new arrivals to tip the crucial purple state of Florida blue.
That strategy failed to swing Florida in 2016. But Democratic strategists are hoping that an exodus exacerbated by Hurricane Maria will deliver Florida’s 29 electoral votes in 2020.
This kind of election rigging helps explain why Democrats have been so compliant in letting Puerto Rico fall apart.