While many on the Left preach tolerance and acceptance, it has become clear their message is only tolerance and acceptance for their own views.
In a poll of 1,077 sophomore college students, a disturbingly large number of revealed they would not room with someone who supported the opposing presidential candidate.
And 62% of them identified as Democrats.
Siena College student September Mostransky told NBC:
"I could never live with someone who supported a racist, homophobic, xenophobic and sexist person." She continued, "I could possibly room with somebody who is Republican. But when it comes down to it, Donald Trump is not the average Republican candidate."
This attitude demonstrates the indoctrination that infiltrates the young, college students' psyche. Considering Donald Trump said during a Republican National Convention that, "As your president, I will do everything in my power to protect our LGBTQ citizens from the violence and oppression of a hateful foreign ideology." In addition to this declaration, former President Trump has been photographed holding up the Pride flag at one of his rallies that reads, "LGBTs for Trump."
Ms. Mostransky seems to have bought the trope taught at universities across the country, and not developed an opinion using critical thinking skills, logic and evidence. If she had, a simple Google search through mostly left-wing news sites would prove her comment to be verifiably incorrect.
With Republican students polled however, the number dips down to 28% that would not room with a Biden voter, while 71% said they would.
This poll continues to show the trend of hypocrisy that has attached itself to the Left. These tactics, perfected by Clinton and Obama mentor Saul Alinsky, are listed in his 1971 book, Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals. This pattern highlights the radicalization is spreading.
This all comes back as a trick from Satan. A trap used to divide, conquer, and tear apart populations as he tries to steer people away from God. The problem is that it has been working, even within the Christian community.
Jesus was a unifier, and His death bridged the gap for all peoples to accept the gift of salvation given to us by God in heaven. John 3:16 is a unifying verse because it starts, "For God so loved the WORLD...", this includes the Gentiles. Not removing the status of Israel as His chosen people, God demonstrated His love and desire for all of humanity with the ultimate sacrifice of His Son on Calvary.
James Lasher is a Copy Editor for Charisma Media.
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