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Republican Arizona state Sen. Sylvia Allen believes that the U.S. will soon “look like the countries of South America,” because immigrants in the United States and a low birth rate amongst the white population, a lack of cultural assimilation.
Speech at a Republican event in Phoenix on July 15, All, the snow-flake, a city in Navajo County, said immigrants are flooding the U.S. — so much so that you can not learn, “the principles of our country.”
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Their designs have been created and published by the Phoenix New Times on Friday.
“We have a right as a country have come to the people, in an organized manner, so that we know who is coming. So we have jobs for you, so we can be pioneers in educational opportunities for you, health and care, and all these things that people need,” Allen said at the event, the celebrated “Mormon Political can.”
Arizona State sen Sylvia Allen, pictured here during a parliamentary term in may 2018, apologizes while defending himself from the criticism, for comments they made about immigration and birth rate.
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The senator continued: “We can’t provide that, if the people of the us to flood and inundate us, and the us will flood and overwhelm us, so that we do not have time to teach you the basics in our country more than we teach our children today.”
Allen also touched on the declining birth rate of white people in the United States, say those at the event, the “median-age of a white woman of 43, while the median age of a Spanish woman, 27.”
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“We are not reproduce, the birth rate,” she said, according to the report. “But here’s what I see, the Problem is: It is because of immigration.”
Wendy Rogers, a Republican running for the state Senate seat now held by Allen, in a statement on Saturday denounced Allen’s comments as “very racist” and said All should go in the retirement of the legislator, even if the democratic state Sen. Martin Quezada said the Arizona Republic, the “tone and perspective” of All the statements about migrants to be “offensive, to say the least.”
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All told the Times that their comments were inspired by a well-respected demographers, she says, she has described, “the browning of America”, and apologized in Facebook posts on Friday and Saturday, “anyone was hurt” by her words. Later thanked people who used spoken and added, “Verbal lynching is the political tool, not to mention today’s debate on the critical issues.”
The senator did not immediately return Fox News ” request for comment on their comments.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.