Those meddling kids from Campus Reform asked Harvard students which posed a greater threat, Donald Trump or ISIS. The answers… won’t surprise you because you’re reading this website.
Remember when Harvard was chock full of our best and brightest? Now it be like Harvard Student Who Creates Dating App Forced to Apologize For Only Offering Two Genders and Leftist Harvard Students ‘Triggered’ by… American Flag.
But welcome to the new era, where Harvard students believe a politician’s words (which some deem “mean”) are worse than a terror organization which gets its jollies by separating craniums from necks. The sweet smell of burning flesh (like chicken). Driving trucks into groups of people. Making firecrackers of themselves and dazzling onlookers with bright showers of sparks and ball bearings. These students at Harvard, who are but a microcosm of the left, think Trump saying “Mexico isn’t sending its best people” is worse than ISIS. It’s probably even Islamophobic to think otherwise.
To be fair, which has the media (and greater left) covered more vociferously: Trump saying words which cause boo-boos on people’s feelers, or ISIS slicing and dicing the infidels?
Besides, ISIS is “over there.” Which ignores recent terror attacks in the United States. Like in San Bernardino, where Islam’s version of Bonnie and Clyde acquired guns in a notoriously gun restricted state, and shot up a Christmas party. But hey, San Bernardino is “over there” when you’re cozied up in a dorm at Harvard believing you’re more important than you are. Closer to home was the Florida Airport Shooter, who you’ve probably forgotten all about. His story quickly disappeared when it was revealed he was Muslim and… loved the ISIS. Lastly, read CONFIRMED: Ohio State University Attacker? Inspired by ISIS.
So sorry kids. ISIS is already here. And sorry, but actions speak louder than words. Even if those words are “mean.”