University Students Donate Money to Hamas to Blow Up Schools and Hospitals

Would university students donate money to Hamas to blow up schools and hospitals? 

The answer to the above question will probably not surprise you because you’ve been paying attention to what is happening on college campuses across America today. But I’ll admit it shocked even a jaded news observer like me…

Political satirist Avi Horowitz recently visited the campus of Portland State University in Portland, Oregon where he recorded himself interacting with the student population. Horowitz told the students that he was there to raise awareness and money for the Palestinian terrorist organization, Hamas. He plainly told students that he and Hamas were working to wipe Israel off the map, he explained that they hoped to carry out terrorists plots against “soft targets” like schools, hospitals, and café’s… and yet, instead of finding hostility to his support for terrorism, mayhem, and murder – Horowitz found a student body that was detestably supportive of his goals.

It’s shot in a funny style, and Horowitz is obviously funny and intelligent… but I didn’t laugh while watching. No, I spent the entire video worrying about our future.

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