CDC: Birth rates in the US are WELL below replacement rates, with even fewer babies born last year than 2021 – NTB

The newest birth-rate numbers are out and they spell disaster for the future of the US.

According to provisional data from the CDC, last year saw less than 3.7 million new babies born in the United States, placing us well below the replacement rate.

The time the United States has left as a nation is dwindling by the year.

According to the CDC, there were 3.66 million births in the U.S. last year which is only a slight decline from 2021 when a few thousand more births occurred. Overall, the fertility rate remained at 1.66 births per woman.

To be at replacement level, where a generation can exactly replace themselves, the U.S. needs a fertility rate of 2.1 births per woman.

But hey! Millions of illegal immigrants with no respect for American values, the rule of law, or American culture are coming across the border. So we’ve got that going for us, I guess.


(This is the reason the Dems want the border open.)

The trend has been in place in the United States for decades now. Since 1971 it has generally been true that America is not at a replacement rate and since 2007 it has been the rule.

Western civilization is dying out. It’ll hit Europe first but the US is only a few decades behind.

As Breitbart points out, not every Western nation has resigned itself to this grim fate of a slow societal death.

In Hungary, where Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has set his sights on increasing his nation’s fertility rate to 2.1 births per woman by 2030, the government has enacted a series of pro-family economic and social policies.

Earlier this year, for instance, Hungary’s government started exempting women from paying personal income taxes if they become mothers before the age of 30.

Maybe some of the “conservatives” running for president will pass similar laws that will help us to actually conserve our American culture.

Via Not the Bee


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