College Students Interviewed About Soleimani and They Side With Iran

Campus Reform’s Eduardo Neret took to campus at Georgetown University to ask students what they thought about the U.S. taking out Qasem Soleimani.   The results of Campus Reform’s interview were stunning, as usual.

Here’s the full video.

After watching this video, I thought to myself, this is EXACTLY WHY I am not sure I even want my kids going to college.  It is garbage like this that is making my husband and I consider switching to private school for K-12 education so that our kids do not end up like these indoctrinated half-wits.

I have no idea what college will be like ten or twenty years from now.  We can hope and pray that the pendulum will swing back to some semblance of sanity.  However, that may be doubtful given that college campuses are run almost exclusively by extreme leftists.

There were so many highlights (or should I say lowlights) in the interview that it was hard to pick which insane comments to feature.

One student said the, “United States has a history of violence against non-white people”.  She went on to call the United States a white supremacist state and said she 100% thinks the U.S. killed Soleimani because of racism.

Neret then went on to talk to a Muslim student.  She said her family was devastated.  Devastated!  She referred to Soleimani as a martyr who stood up for oppressed Shia Muslims.

Another student was “shocked and disgusted” and asserted that Trump did not have the moral authority to act.

Yet another said he “felt for the Iranian people”.

Then a student said Soleimani had the right to a trial.  I had to laugh out loud because if I did not laugh, I think I would cry.  Were any college kids saying anything like this when Osama Bin Laden was killed?

We must ask ourselves, what are the public schools teaching (or not teaching) these kids?  From my own experience in the public schools in my town, (which are very highly rated) I am not surprised that the students seem to know little about U.S. history.  Public schools seem to deliver very little in the way of content or basic skills.  There is, however, a lot of time spent on social and emotional learning and diversity and feelings and student focused activities.

Thankfully, Neret FINALLY found one young adult with a functioning brain.  He said, “I think he got what was coming to him to be honest because he was running terrorist operations in Iraq and cooperating with Shia militant groups”.

Thank you young man! NOT ALL HOPE IS LOST.


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