Democrats as a party are not just hypocrites about diversity and equity, they are training future generations of “leaders” to be ideological isolationists.
Democrat students at Dartmouth College are much less likely to date, befriend, or even study with someone who has differing political beliefs, according to a recent survey.
According to The Dartmouth, 82 percent of Democrat respondents said they would be less likely to date someone with opposing political beliefs, and 55 percent would even be reluctant to befriend such a person.
So, what about self-identifying ‘Republicans’?
Among Republican students, conversely, only 42 percent said they would let politics impact their dating choices, and a mere 12 percent indicated that it would impact their friendships.
I guess we need to have a conversation about how ideological isolationism is not just biased and discriminatory, it is the practice of elitist tyrants.
It’s also racist, sexist, and bigoted.
Eighty-Two percent of Democrats surveyed at an elite school (where the next ruling glass goes to learn how to rule) will not have a relationship with a woman, black, gay, Latino, or other politically segregated victim class if they are not ideologically pure. That is, (as I’ve repeated more times than I can count) if they do not toe the Progressive Democrat-Socialist line they are the enemy and should be treated as such. It’s the intellectual equivalent of the growing push for self-segregation among the “equity” and “Diversity” propagandists.
Feel free to ignore the repeated contradictions. Including the one where Republicans at an elite training camp for world leaders are more diverse and inclusive than their peers or their liberal professors.
I think it’s safe to say that if Democrats at Dartmouth were not like this that the numbers for Republicans would be even better.
There’s no apparent cure for this other than defeating their ideological priorities electorally until this worldview no longer provides a path to power.
Now, all we need are political opponents more interested in their defeat than their appeasement.