VIRAL VIDEO: Clueless Anti-Trump Protesters Don’t Know Why They Are Against POTUS
In a hilarious video by Austen Fletcher, the YouTuber approaches a group of anti-Trump protesters to find out what exactly they are protesting. There is just one problem — They haven’t a clue why they are against President Trump.
One individual in a Spiderman mask crouching on the floor begins rambling semi-incoherantly, stating, “No Trump says no to racism.”
“Let’s have a color-filled America, a melting pot, like America was supposed to be built on,” he adds.
The man is then asked by Fletcher, “What about the diversity you’re seeing on the Trump side? There’s blacks, Hispanics, gays for Trump, there’s a lot of different people that support Trump?”
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“Is there? Wow,” Spiderman blithely responds.
Another young woman with an English accent claims she is seeing “racism – constantly!” and when asked where she’s seen racism, the woman responds, “On television, anywhere really!”
“What has he done that’s racist?” asks Fletcher.
“I don’t know,” responds the woman.
This isn’t the first time clueless Trump protesters have been caught flat-footed. Sean Hannity recently sent a crew to investigate what grievances anti-Trumpsters had, and to nobody’s surprise, couldn’t provide a coherent answer.
FOX Insider reports:
Do protesters of Donald Trump really know what they’re protesting?
Sean Hannity sent radio host David Webb to Wisconsin to find out if any of those who are vehemently opposed to the GOP frontrunner have specific grievances.
Here’s a sampling of what he found:
“Donald Trump has accused me of … whatever. I am union! Union is standing.”
Responding on the show, Webb said some people were “barely coherent,” but mostly they could not articulate specific policies that they’re opposed to or specific statements made by Trump.
“What you’ve got are a lot of people who are simply parroting what’s being said,” said Webb.
He lamented that some of the responses came at a university, where one would expect students to at least be interested in learning about specific issues.