Students Say They're 'Embarrassed' to Be American, Would Give Up Citizenship - WATCH
Leftists student display eye watering ammounts of ignorance
Students from Georgetown University displayed huge ignorance and disgust in America during a series of interviews from Campus Reform.
Shortly before Independence Day, students were asked if they were proud to be Americans.
But their answers came across as uninformed drivel and virtue signaling, with some even saying they would give up American citizenship.
The students seem to have nothing good to say about the U.S. and most couldn’t name a single country where life would be better either.
Below are some of the answers Ophelie Jacobson of Campus Reform received from the students when she asked them if they thought America was the “greatest country in the world."
“I feel embarrassed to be an American every day. I think a lot of things about this country are really embarrassing, just, like, I mean, racist history, colonization, even currently, just what’s going on with politics and the cops.”
“Not really in this climate, like, I’m a black person, so obviously I experience a lot of — you know, there’s, like, oppression that comes with that."
“Not most of the time,” another said.
“I think sometimes it’s just a little embarrassing.
"We claim to, like, support everyone, but, you know, we continue to support Israel, which is, you know, which are dislocating quite a few Palestinian people, and that’s, you know, it’s sad. I don’t know."
“No. Be proud of what?” a fourth student answered.
“And what is there to be proud about if you’re black and being, like, you know, because it’s just, like, it’s still a lot of stuff that goes on for black people.”
“I think that’s a complicated question for me,” another student said.
“I think most of the time, no, at least over, like, the past four years, it’s been tricky to love to be an American.”
The students were asked if they thought America is the “greatest country in the world,” most said “no.”
One student’s response:
“I think, I mean, like, to be a white person, it’s pretty good to live here, but, like, overall, I don’t think it’s the greatest country in the world."