What is more dangerous: President Donald Trump’s rhetoric or ISIS? Campus Reform’s Cabot Phillips received some curious answers to that question at Harvard University.
Over the past year and a half, college administrators and students have boldly spoken out against the election, and now the presidency, of Donald Trump.
Perhaps nowhere was this more noticeable than on the left-leaning campus of Harvard University, Campus Reform reports.
Campus Reform has reported numerous times on the overwhelming liberal bias at the Ivy League university, and just this week, students there started an anti-Trump “resistance school” with the goal of learning how to fight back against the president’s agenda.
Students consistently cite the “danger” posed by President Trump, and claim to feel “threatened” by his policies.
Wanting to know just how dangerous these students think Donald Trump is, Campus Reform went to Harvard to ask a simple question, “Who is more dangerous to Americans, Donald Trump or ISIS?”
“Terrorism is really not that big of a deal,” one man answered.
Another said ISIS is not a threat to his everyday life, but Trump’s rhetoric and “empowering” people with hateful views is more of a threat.
Those interviewed on the liberal Ivy League campus repeatedly pointed to the greater danger of the new American president and explained why they feel threatened, Phillips reported to “Fox & Friends.”