Since Donald Trump’s election, membership in the college Republicans has tripled in one region that you’d never expect. The liberal New England region.
Red Alert Politics reports:
Trump era: College Republican membership triples in an unlikely region
For conservative students around the country, it’s pretty lonely on college campuses. However, if you’re in the very liberal city of Boston, you might find yourself in good company.
Republican and libertarian millennials are looking to coalesce and have a medium to express their views without intimidation, verbal assaults, or violence.
According to the Christian Science Monitor, College Republicans at Northeastern University, Boston University, and Tufts University have seen their membership triple in recent months. At Northeastern, instead of having 30 total members with about 10 to 15 attend weekly meetings, they now have 100 members with anywhere from 35 to 50 attend meetings.
“This is the only place on campus during the week when you can say whatever you want and nobody will judge you,” Nathan Kotler, the Northeastern College Republicanss secretary to CSM.
Did you think this would ever happen? Is there hope for Millennials after all?
You can’t blame anyone of that generation for abandoning liberalism. The Democrats have put them in a gorrible position where they are graduating college with huge debt and minimal job prospects.
Luckily, that’s going to change in the very near future.