Ah, vox pop interviews. Why do they always seem to turn out so badly for liberals?
Yes, the classic man-on-the-street feature, so commonly the province of local TV news, has been turned upon liberals with surprising effect by groups like Campus Reform.
Now, a video taped by a young, black conservative — in which he confronts a millennial who definitely isn’t for Donald Trump — is going viral in a major way.
The video begins with the young millennial (who, it must be noted, doesn’t seem terribly sober) exclaiming about Trump: “He’s racist as f—, he’s a f—ing … dude.” (I don’t think he thinks Trump was a “dude,” merely using it as an exclamation.)
The conservative then asked the millennial if he could give an example of this.
And boom went the dynamite.
“Bush did 9/11, f—ing like, can I give an example of like, how he’s racist?” the millennial said, turning into a stammering mess.
It’s almost like Alex Jones if he were anti-Trump and into Schedule I substances as opposed to Super Male Vitality. Anyway, yes, an example is what he asked for, but the conservative was willing to give him a prompt.
“I’m a black person, how has Donald Trump hurt me as a black person?” he asked.
The millennial played around with his hair and rolled his eyes. “With his white privilege,” he stated.
“You know that the unemployment rate in the black community is the lowest it’s ever been under the Trump administration?” the conservative responded.
“Jesus f—ing Christ, dude,” the millennial said. “Really?”
“More black people have jobs now than under President Obama,” he responded.
The millennial just shook his head.
“You know all the cities that black people suffer in the most are all Democratic cities?” the conservative continued.
“I didn’t know it,” the millennial responded.
And of course, he had a Starbucks iced coffee — with a plastic straw! J’accuse!
Now, I wouldn’t put it past this video to be a fake. We certainly can’t verify it’s provenance. However, what I will say is that, if it is a fake, it’s a damned good fake — and both members deserve acting jobs for accurately dramatizing how millennial liberals interface with the facts. Bravura!
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