So much for the “tolerant” left!
Despite their endless calls for tolerance and inclusion, it seems Republican students are much more open-minded, with only 28% saying that they would not room with a Biden voter.
NBC News/Generation Lab asked the class of 2025 about how willing they were to discriminate against people who hold opposing political beliefs — and the results were shocking.
Essentially, progressive students on college campuses would support segregated dormitories based on political bias — Trump dorms and Biden dorms. As ridiculous as that sounds, it doesn’t come as a shock considering the insanity on the left.
It is not just roommates, the students were also asked, “would you go on a date with someone if you knew they supported for the opposing presidential candidate as the one you supported in 2020?”
A majority of 53%, across party lines, say that they would “probably not” or “definitely not” go on a date with someone who voted for the opposite party.
“I could never live with someone who supported a racist, homophobic, xenophobic and sexist person,” September Mostransky, 18, of Siena College in Loudonville, New York, told NBC, referring to former President Donald Trump.
Conservative students, on the other hand, seem to be more tolerant.
Ethan Strohmetz, 19, a conservative student at Catholic University in Washington claimed “many of my friends have vastly different political views than I do, but that doesn’t prevent me from having a friendship with them.”
The results from this poll pinpoint a growing issue made worse by a political movement hellbent on dividing the country along ideological lines. They ramp up, heighten, and inflame political rhetoric, making it nearly impossible for Americans to come together politically.
America now faces an existential crisis as a result of this growing divide. National divorce is openly discussed as a solution to the ideological clash felt across the country. Democrats and their friends in the liberal media are actively and enthusiastically fanning the flames of civil war.
Author: Vasily Ivanov