If you haven’t seen enough liberal insanity to make you fearful about the future generations of this country, a new report just released should make you quake in your boots.It seems a huge portion of the millennial generation is totally down with socialism and would vote for a socialist candidate.
Ladies and gentlemen, these folks will one day be running the country.
According to The Free Beacon, Nearly half—45 percent—of those aged between 16 and 20 years old said they would vote for a socialist, while one in five responded they would vote for a communist, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation found.
Reasons for the widespread backing Bernie Sanders garnered among millennials during the primary election were also evident in the survey, with younger generations expressing greater support for remarks made by the Vermont senator than quotes from the Bible or free market economist Milton Friedman.This trend, dubbed the Bernie Sanders “bounce,” was also evident in findings that less than half of young Americans viewed capitalism favorably. Nearly three in four millennials favored policies promoted by Sanders versus just over half who preferred those put forward by Friedman.
This is just more proof that progressive indoctrination of young folk in public school is a real thing, and if we as conservatives don’t start tackling that aspect of the issue, we’ll be overrun by statists in the near future.
Socialism is a political ideology proven to be an utter failure in every conceivable way any time it has been attempted in human history.There’s no such thing as economic equality, only equality of opportunity. No matter how much you might try to redistribute wealth, it’ll never be even or fair.
In socialism, someone’s always being victimized, most often for their success, which takes away the incentive an individual has for being innovative and hard working.Millennials don’t seem to grasp the fact that socialism violates basic universal economic principles, and actually causes more poverty than it eliminates.
Maybe one day they’ll snap out of the stupor they were put in during their time in public school and begin to think for themselves.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]