As the country celebrates the fact that it’s President Donald Trump reaching his first 100 days in office instead of Hillary Clinton, here’s a glimpse at how much better the modern American university is at indoctrinating youngsters to hate everything Trump than actually teaching them about history and politics.
A new video released by Campus Reform shows two sneaky reporters asking a slew of George Mason University students how they feel about certain policies that Trump has enacted during his first 100 days – little do the students know that they are actually fielding questions about former President Barack Obama’s presidential debut.
You’d think that the snowflakes would be quick to applaud policies enacted by the Coolest President Ever, but lo and behold, as soon as Trump’s name gets attached to them they suddenly become triggering and problematic.
On Obama’s “Apology Tour,” which saw the President of the United States travel to foreign countries to beg forgiveness for the sins of America (seriously!), the students were quick to label the stunt as “dangerous” and something they wanted to end immediately.
As for the stimulus package, which went into effect roughly when these students were going through puberty, they did not mince words. One student complained about how the hypothetical stimulus package would not directly help her while another student completely dismissed it just based on the fact that it was “Trump” proposing it. Yet another student drew comparisons to the Weimar Republic.
Finally, when asked about Obama’s order to loosen statute of limitation laws, the wary students simply saw it as a way for Trump the businessman to make more money.
Watch the insanity below: