The group “Campus Reform” hit a college campus in Pennsylvania, where they asked students if we should allow the “caravan migrants” into the country.
Their answers may shock you.
Many, want the Caravan, that is now estimated to be between 7,000 to 12,000 strong, to be greeted with open borders.
Here are some of the more interesting responses to Phillips’ line of questioning:
- “Um, I think we should let them in. Give them a fair chance at a better life, ’cause they’re clearly coming over for a reason.”
- “I’m open to the idea of letting an influx of migrants in because I think it’s … diversity creates strength.”
- “I mean, I feel like it’s not really that big of a problem.”
- “I think, um, that we stole this land anyway, and now we are just going to tell them they can’t come in here, and I think it’s dumb to point at someone, tell them they don’t have the same rights even though we’re all the exact same person.”
- “I feel, like, let ’em in because, you know, some of them might be bad, but there are people who live here in the United States that are just equally as bad, but we let them live here, so … “
via Campus Reform:
When asked whether the U.S. should open the border to the caravan, most students shared the same sentiment: yes.
“I think we should let them in, give them a fair chance at a better life,” one student said, while another echoed her point, saying, “it’s dumb that we stole this land […] and now we’re gonna point at someone else and tell them they can’t come in here.”
One student explained his reasoning by saying, “I’m open to the idea of letting an influx of migrants come in because I think diversity creates strength.”