It's no secret that the Dem "grand strategy"--their strategy for perpetual "Dem Supremacy"--involves the supposed demographic shift whereby Americans of Pallor become a minority. By portraying Americans of Pallor as the enemies of Americans of Deeper but Varying Hues the Dems hope to have a permanent electoral advantage in enough states to guarantee their perpetual supremacy. Part of that strategy also involves the appeal to the demographic the Chinese--as Tucker Carlson informs us--refer to as Báizuǒ, variously translated as "stupid people," "white leftists", or "self hating white liberals. For non-Wikipedia references, try this link.
Dems who avoid leaving their echo chamber and meeting non-Báizuǒ are firmly convinced of the inevitable triumph of their grand strategy. Normal Americans are not quite as convinced. One very stable genius American in particular was so skeptical of the inevitability of the Dem triumph that he actually based his campaign strategy on appealing to exactly the demographic groups whom the Dems consider to be part of their "base"--with a degree of success that induced a puckering among Dem strategists.
The fly in the Dem ointment is that not all Americans of Deeper but Varying Hues--People of Color for short--consider that their self interest is bound up with the self interest of other People of Color, and in opposition to People of Pallor. In fact, observers outside the Dem echo chamber have long been aware of significant antagonism between subgroups of the supposed People of Color demographic. Thus, despite the Dems' year long rioting to the theme of BLM--or perhaps because of it--President Trump made significant inroads into the People of Color vote. Rather than reconsidering the "Whiteness Is Evil" strategy, however, Dems have doubled down at every opportunity, most recently with regard to the sex addict shooting in Atlanta.
The underlying antagonisms among People of Color--and, most recently, those between Asian Americans and African Americans--remain on display for all with eyes to see. The statistics don't lie, although committed Leftists do. Today, these antagonisms are on public display in San Francisco. A Fox News article points toward these underlying tensions in their grand coalition that Dems don't want anyone to notice, but which are part of the American reality:
School district administrators condemned Alison Collins' tweets
Of course the official in question--Alison Collins, who identifies as African American--claims that her tweets were all taken "out of context". Still, one wonders what context would truly explain the expressed attitudes away:
Collins doesn't explain what "white supremacist thinking" by non-whites actually is--working hard in school, something that Asians are noted for? She does, however, complain at length about Asian racism against African Americans as well as Asian willingness to "assimilate". Assimilation, in the context of Collins' tweets, appears to be a Bad Thing.
We also know from polling that Hispanics are by no means all on board with the Dem "open borders" push. Nor is there universal social harmony between Hispanics and other People of Color--a social reality that surfaced repeatedly during the runup to Election 2020.
So, the question arises: How long can the Dems keep all these different demographic balls in the air, before they all fall down? It will certainly be a mess when that happens.