Would college students support a policy that would force those with high GPA’s to donate part of their own GPA to help those with lower grades? Find out in the video below.
These kids support socialism because their entire existence, including their education, has been paid for by someone other than themselves.
So socialists are 100% okay with taking money from others but not having their money taken. Got it. Unfortunately, these useful idiots learned nothing from this interview. They are too indoctrinated and emotionally invested in their silly ideologies to yield to reality.
With far left candidates and policies on the rise in America, it’s no surprise that for the first time ever, more young people say they’d prefer to live in a socialist country over a capitalist one.
Whether it’s free healthcare, free college tuition, or universal basic income, students around America increasingly support higher taxes on the wealthy in order to pay for these progressive policies. But would they support similar policies if they had skin in the game?
To find out, Campus Reform’s Cabot Phillips went to Florida International University in Miami to test the waters on a “Socialist GPA” policy in which students with higher GPAs would be forced to “spread the wealth” and give some of their GPA points to students with lower GPAs.
Despite the overwhelming number of students who initially said they’d support socialist policies, few agreed to go along with such a plan. More
Young people are unable to think logically. The current education system has utterly failed them. Having a degree and being intelligent are not the same thing.
— Mark McIntire (@MarkMcIntire7) March 30, 2019
Fair would be if you were able to keep what you earned. Hey, that’s capitalism!
I love how they think that’s totally different!
— JJ (@jjd_53) March 29, 2019
How about when it comes to inheriting their parents’ homes and savings?
— Haviland COREEN (@lbfirstlady) March 29, 2019
How about sharing their data for thr smartphones? Shouldn’t everyone have the same amt of data regardless of what they paid for their plan? Money & taxes mean nothing to those who haven’t entered the workplace full-time. Give them more of these examples; hope it strikes a chord.
— Rill-Liberty (@ThAlMeArCrEq) March 29, 2019