It’s well-known that college students lean to the left, but they seem to be getting more radical and hateful with each passing day.
In a video published Friday, Slightly Offens*ve’s Elijah Schaffer interviewed students at the University of Southern California and some of them expressed outright disdain for their own country.
“America is trash and I look forward to the day it burns down,” one student said while hurrying away.
Only a left-wing college student would be ignorant enough to compare the most prosperous and wealthy country in the world to “trash.”
Currently, there are thousands of people camping out in Tijuana, Mexico hoping to illegally enter this great country.
America has accepted over 3 million refugees since the 1980s. That’s 3 million people who fled their countries to live in the United States.
In late October, there were 700,000 immigrants waiting on applications to become U.S. citizens.
As a different student pointed out, the United States is a highly desirable country to live in.
“I have a positive opinion,” the student said. “Because I traveled around the world, and it’s pretty s- someplaces, so I like the U.S.”
Unfortunately, most students don’t seem to realize how lucky they are to live here.
“Is America a good country or not?” Schaffer asked one of the students.
“It can be. It can be great. Right now it’s meh,” she replied.
Actually, America is great under President Donald Trump.
Even youth unemployment has plummeted. Students should be celebrating America under Trump instead of bashing it.
When the student asked what it means to be an American, she answered, “not freedom.”
That’s an interesting statement coming from someone who is presumably left-wing. Liberals are constantly clamoring for higher taxation and gun control, which are both attempts to take away freedom.
“All those red states, Republican, conservative, we’re trying to outvote them,” she said. “But it’s not really happening until they die off.”
It’s worrying that these America-bashing students are the nation’s future professionals, teachers and politicians.
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