WATCH: Fox’s Neil Cavuto OBLITERATES ‘Free’ College Demands From Liberal Students
Once again cruel reality seems to have come between this blissfully ignorant student activist and her quest for more “free stuff”. The reality came in the form of one Neil Cavuto host of Fox’s “Cavuto Coast to Coast”, who simply asked one obvious question; “Who’s going to pay for it?”
It seems that this “bubble-wrap” generation aside from needing to be protected against opposite points of views, with safe and free speech zones and needing to be comforted by sensitive like-minded professors and administrators, also want “FREE COLLEGE FOR ALL.”
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And so when Cavuto asked that simple question to Keeley Mullen, the national organizer for the #MillionStudentMarch, to explain the group’s demands: “Tuition-free public college, cancellation of all student debt, and a $15 minimum wage for all campus workers.”
And yet that simple and basic question by Cavuto asking; How’s that going to be paid?” Apparently caught this young lady by surprise visibly shaken she responded meekly; “Um, great question, I mean, you know, so I’m not sure if you’re talking about a national level or per school?”
After Cavuto pressed her, Mullen referenced the one percent those nasty rich folks responding; “who are hoarding the wealth and are really sort of causing a catastrophe we’re facing.”
And Cavuto responded sighting Greece as a failing economy because of the massive “free give-aways, and that the government can no longer provide basic necessitates without outside assistance.
To which Mullen responded; “Um … I mean yeah there’s like a global catastrophe right now of um … complete like defunding of social services.”
Perhaps a remedial course in "Economics 101", would help, better yet a reality check!
Others on twitter where pretty harsh on this clueless college student:
— sam shicks (@shicks_sam) November 13, 2015
— Bobby1960 (@Bobby1960_Bob) November 12, 2015
Hey, Keeley Mullen: the one percent doesn't owe you anything. Work to put yourself through school, many of us did. #millionnarcissistmarch
— jana (@janaj2d) November 13, 2015