by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
If this doesn’t creep you out, you need to seek help from a psychologist. They have drugs for that.
Three in ten Gen Zer’s think that Osama bin Laden was a force for good, and a similar proportion of Black Americans think the same.
All told, one in five Americans don’t believe that bin Laden was a bad guy at all. He had some pretty good ideas, you know.
Geez. Stop the world. I want to get off before I go insane.
This is what happens when “decolonization” and labeling White people “supremacists” becomes the norm.
A significant number of people come to believe that Osama bin Laden was a pretty good guy. Certainly better than that Thomas Jefferson fellow.
“One in five young Americans has a positive view of 9/11 mastermind and Al Qaeda founder Osama Bin Laden, according to disturbing results of a DailyMail.com poll.
“The alarming survey also found three in 10 Gen Z voters believe the views of the anti-Semitic terrorist leader who slaughtered thousands of innocent people were a ‘force for good’.
“Family members of 9/11 victims said the findings are ‘horrifying’ and proof of a startling trend suggesting some in the younger generation are growing sympathetic to terrorists.”
If you have children or grandchildren, get them out of the public schools immediately. By that, I mean driving to the school right now and get them away from the blue-haired gender-fluid communist who thinks that the LGBTQ+ community should make common cause with Hamas.
Only 41% of Gen Z have completely negative feelings about the terrorist mastermind. Democrats are 10 points less likely to hate Osama than Republicans, and Whites are 33 points more likely to hate bin Laden than Blacks or Hispanics.