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Harvard Students Reveal Shocking 2024 Election Picks!

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In the YouTube video, the host visits Harvard University to interview students about their voting preferences for the 2024 U.S. presidential election. Students express various opinions, with many leaning towards voting for Joe Biden over Donald Trump, citing alignment with values, democracy, and better leadership. Some students articulate a deep dissatisfaction with both candidates, wishing for alternatives like Bernie Sanders or Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.


A common theme is the disillusionment with the current state of America, including issues like the economy, immigration, and political polarization. A few students express neutrality or disinterest in voting, while others support Trump, believing he handled the country better than Biden. Opinions vary on the Middle East conflict, with some criticizing the U.S. military-industrial complex and others calling for systemic changes beyond the presidential election. There are discussions about capitalism, socialism, and the need for a spiritual revolution to address underlying societal issues.



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and who will you be voting for uh I I

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don't as a black woman I would say like

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for Citizens and as a black woman I

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would not I would be fearful under

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presidency I can't even begin to list

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the reasons it's it's that extensive can

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I get three of them if anything Bernie

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come out of retirement AOC let's do this

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let's get in the game I'm here at

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Harvard University Harvard University is

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one of the most prestigious universities

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here in the United States of America the

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average cost of tuition here is up to

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$75,000 and these students should be the

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smartest kids in the world here so today

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we're going to be asking them who

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they're going to be voting for in 2024

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right now looks we have an election

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between Donald Trump Joe Biden and we

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may have a few Outsiders such as RFK JR

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this is an election special here on my

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channel that we'll be doing up until the

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election time so if you want to see more

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of these subscribe but now we're going

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to go students who they're going be

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voting for in 2024 who will you be

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voting for uh we'll have to wait and see

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it's a little down the line okay just

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kidding I'm voting for uh for Biden if

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uh if it's Biden Trump a match up then

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I'd be voting for Biden yeah what would

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make you want to vote for Joe Biden

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versus a person like Donald Trump

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I can't even begin to list the reasons

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it's it's that extensive can I get three

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of

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them sure uh he aligns with my values

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more uh he's more Pro democracy and I

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think he's a better person okay and with

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policies anything like that he aligns

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with my policies generally across the

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board what what are your policies all

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right this is where we're we're hitting

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past the minute point I got R 10 more

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seconds all right I'm sorry but uh I'm

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cutting this short I got to who do you

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think would be best to become the future

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leader of America in this year with

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elections in terms of this election I

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will be personally voting for Joe Biden

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and why so I think in terms of just

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keeping the rule of law and the state of

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our constitutional democracy he's the

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best option what do you guys think about

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the current state of America am I

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allowed to SAR on here y it's dog

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all right America's completely

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right now I ain't going to lie like

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lowkey I'm trying to go to Europe

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probably move to the Netherlands or

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something either way everything's just

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going to sh at this point who will you

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be voting for in

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2024 uh respectfully I'm I'm not voting

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you're not going to be voting I will

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remain neutral who would you think would

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be better to help America Donald Trump

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or Joe Biden like I said I remain

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neutral I got no opinion on the matter

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but you say you want to like leave

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United States so if you can make it

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better who do you think could make it

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better honestly I have zero idea on that

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topic and what about you man who do you

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think will make the country better uh

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personally I would think Mr Donald Trump

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himself it seems like people only like

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him just because or people only dislike

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him just because uh he'll like say like

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a thing or two like that people like uh

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think is like pretty rude but I mean

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besides that I feel like he ran the

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country a little more better than uh Joe

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Biden and what do the majority of the

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kids here in Harvard believe in I mean

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most of them are lean towards the left

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and who will you be voting for uh I I

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don't feel comfortable disclosing that

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information that's okay who do you think

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the majority of these kids are going to

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be voting for here at Harvard I mean

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probably Democratic candidates so so we

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have between Trump or Biden you think

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they're going to be going for Biden then

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for sure yeah who are you going to be

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voting for Biden

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and why so voted for him last year I

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don't agree with like Trump's some of

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Trump's policies so that's why what

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policies would it be that you don't

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agree with um some environmental stuff

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the I hated like the um what was it the

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willow act or whatever um yeah what do

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you think about America right

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now like the whole country yeah um I

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mean that's kind of a tough question I

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don't know if I have like any opinion

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about the whole country mhm what do you

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think about the current state of America

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from protests from elections to

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inflation to the Border crisis um well I

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feel like Civic engagement and like

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advocacy and like protesting is a big

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part of our country and our history and

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I feel like like this is just an example

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of like our whole history so okay and

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who do you think would be best to

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control the situation or get America

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back into control with this year with

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the

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elections I don't know who do you think

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would be best between Donald Trump Joe

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Biden or any other candidates I mean I

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don't really have an opinion I feel like

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politics are super complicated I mean

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I'm only 18 this is my first year like

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this is why I'm here to like learn more

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but I think everything's super

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complicated I don't have like too much

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of an informed opinion yet okay cool

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what are you studying here I'm studying

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government and ethnicity immigration

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rights so this should be pretty

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important for you to know I know yeah

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that's why I'm here to learn more I'm

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here to learn more all right you're a

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smart man if we're going to ask you a

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tough question oh no it's simple who

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will you be voting for in

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2024 it's a good question it's a good

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question uh definitely not Donald Trump

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definitely not Donald Trump uh I don't

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agree with a lot of the stuff that Joe

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Biden

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um has done and I don't agree with Joe

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Biden as a person but uh you know it

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might be a situation where you're

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picking uh the better of two evils so

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probably Joe Biden never comes down to

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it and what are you guys studying and

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remember this girl's face because at the

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end of this video she gives a very

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interesting response with what's going

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on in the Middle East and this year

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we're going to have elections in 2024

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who do you think will be best to resolve

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this conflict uh unfortunately neither

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you're dealing with either an alt-right

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extremist candidate or a closeted uh

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cess of a Democrat that really isn't

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going to do anything because he's in bed

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with giving billions of billions of

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funding and not allowing any sort of

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sanctions on that so it's really tough I

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mean in our city in our country right

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now we have a really up political system

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if anybody remembers Joe Biden was in

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fourth place after the New Hampshire

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primaries in 20120 and then all the

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other candidates except Bernie dropped

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out backed

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Joe Biden and all of a sudden he was the

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number one front runner and in 2016 when

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we tried to bring a progressive

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candidate once again with Bernie Sanders

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we ran into super delegates that Hillary

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was already going to win and was already

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ahead but before we even got to

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California for the primaries so when

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you're dealing with such a distorted

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scale of choices either alt-right or

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kind of pretty much moderate Republican

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maybe slightly left with Biden you're

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not not really going to get a lot done

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so I I definitely think that neither

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candidate is going to provide much hope

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for this situation and what we're doing

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right now and whatnot across the country

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is the best way to sort of seek uh

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attention and activism and whatnot he

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was talking about Joe Biden being in bed

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with other countries do you think the

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politicians are currently trying to fund

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this uh crisis that's going on in the

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Middle East or um I don't even think

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it's a question if the military is

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funding it there is obviously like 90

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billion doar that has already been

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passed by Congress to go over there and

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I think the rhetoric is that the

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military-industrial complex is

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protecting the United States or

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protecting the interest of Israel but I

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fundamentally do not trust the agenda of

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the military-industrial complex okay if

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it gets down to Donald Trump and Joe

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Biden who will you guys support they'll

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be a third party yeah and I mean I'm

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going to support who I always support

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verman suprem

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the number one political candidate that

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offers everybody a free pony that if

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we're already going to throw away a vote

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to once again pretty much a Centrist

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Democratic candidate that isn't doing

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anything where was all the police reform

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Mr Biden where was all the stuff you

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promised in 2020 honor is legal in 30 to

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40 States but at this point still no

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federal grip on that and when it comes

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to the minimum wage when it comes to a

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lot of issues where infl

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isck out of us $8 for eggs and whatnot

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we can't get a raise on the

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785 national minimum wage he's not doing

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anything he's a puppet up there and he's

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a puppet for other people that are

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already comfortable and settled and just

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trying to get their corporate backers

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happy you know so neither of them if

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anything Bernie come out of retirement

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AOC let's do this let's get in the game

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and also here in the United States we

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received a over million potentially up

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to 16 million migrants what do you guys

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think about the migrant crisis that's

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going on here in America I support open

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I support open borders you support open

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borders oh hell yeah and why do you guys

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support open borders this isn't our

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country this country was founded on

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genocide and culture and taking it from

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indigenous people whoever the wants to

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come here should be able to come here

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how why did we get to come here why did

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my ancestors get to come here they were

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actually fleeing oppression of the UK so

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it's just like the cycle repeats itself

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until it doesn't like this isn't our

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country this this is Turtle Island and

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it belongs to indigenous people and it

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wouldn't have been the United States of

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America if it wasn't for culture and

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genocide and genocide a lot of the

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people that are coming the country we

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don't know who they are and they change

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their names once they cross the border

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you guys have any issues with that I

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mean we don't we don't know who's in

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this country yeah you know how many

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shooters and serial killers and people

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in this country that are incredibly

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violent politicians are rapists who

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literally run our country and are here

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to keep us safe and how many cops have

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been brutally hitting students young

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children like videos of children looking

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out the window watching their friends

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get beat by adult grown men what the

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what do you guys think will be the

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solution to all this a spiritual

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Revolution where people like truly

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understand that we're all connected and

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that they are connected to their own

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bodies cuz they're you wouldn't be able

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to violate the body of another person if

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you were connected to your own humanity

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and your own body and so it's like a

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psychological heart spiritual Revolution

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where we have to unprogram this like the

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psychology that we prioritize profit

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over Humanity over connection and in

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this capitalist culture where profit is

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the main priority we're not going to be

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able to achieve that America is

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primarily a Christian country do you

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think more people start need to start

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believing in Jesus and following his

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teachings Jesus is also a

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patriarchal story

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that has been co-opted by mainstream

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religion TR to white people yeah his

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literal name was Yeshua like that's not

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even his name you know so it's not about

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institutional

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religious um indoctrination of people

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trying to control them it's about a

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genuine connection to like the spirit

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and godliness and nature and the body

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like we were just talking about this

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morning this genocide couldn't happen if

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it wasn't for the level of true

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disembodiment which is also perpetuated

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by the prison industrial complex the

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medical industrial complex capitalism I

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mean the whole nine yards people aren't

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in their bodies or they wouldn't be able

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to pretend like this isn't happening do

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you think there is a current leader who

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could potentially become president that

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could solve these issues no it's about

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community no it's not it's not going to

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be a top down yeah Revolution there's no

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savior because in hierarchy and in the

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current political system everyone will

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be corrupted by money money is the root

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of all evil it's not money it's

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capitalism money is just a tool

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capitalism is a psychology and a

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Consciousness would we be better

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underneath socialism socialism is a

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political system communism is a

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political system capitalism is an

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economic system so people get very

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confused when you talk about de

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dismantling capitalism that has nothing

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to do with Communism it has nothing to

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do with socialism this is political

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versus economic systems and if we want

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to change an economic system then we

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will have the imagination to form a

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political system that's actually about

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community and supporting the planet and

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so what do you do here at Harvard um I'm

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in the trades here we've talked to a lot

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of people here at Harvard and we're

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talking to people about America and the

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elections that are going to be coming up

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and most people say that everyone here

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that the majority here are left leaning

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and why do you think that is so um it's

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a good question uh well schools more

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liberal colleges tend to be more liberal

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who will you be voting for oh I'll I'll

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be voting Democrat because you will be

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voting Democrat is there anything you'd

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like to see change from Joe Biden if he

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does win help the students out a bit

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more financially I could see that as a

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good thing and coming into 2024 who will

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you be voting

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for

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2024 Biden and kamla Harris and with the

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elections coming up here in 2024 who

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will you guys be

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supporting no

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one I'm going to vote because I'm going

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to exercise my right but I'm not

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particularly excited about any of the

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choices if you had to vote today who

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would you be voting for unfortunately

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Joe Biden again Jo Biden again why do

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you think so many of the college

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students here in Boston and at Harvard

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want to vote for Joe Biden we haven't

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heard anybody that wants to vote for

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Donald Trump

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yet I think there's a lot of reasons

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he's the lesser of two evils yeah I

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agree and do you guys agree with the

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policies of Joe Biden of open borders

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with all the migrants have came in here

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into

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America what do you think about the

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current economy of America I think it's

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right in the pisol yeah it's it's no

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good I'm I'm vote for Trump because of

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that mhm so you will be voting for

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Donald Trump of course yeah and what

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makes you want to vote for Donald Trump

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versus Joe Biden the majority of people

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here in Boston are all saying Joe Biden

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you know what all the corrupt people

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right now hate him so bad I think you

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have to vote for him that's uh they hate

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him so bad and they're the people the

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enemy of my enemy do you think it's a

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sign when someone starts to get

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persecuted as much as Donald Trump and

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as much as people like Abraham Lincoln

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or MLK that they're actually the right

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guy yes exactly right perfect very well

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said and we've been talking to a lot of

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people here in the streets of Boston

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Harvard and a lot of them are saying

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they're going to be voting for Joe Biden

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but do you think there's going to be a

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lot more people that are going to be

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like coming out of the closet that are

13:39

secretly supporting Donald Trump here in

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Massachusetts um I think that's very

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true that's a a true statement I I think

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that's very true overall what makes you

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want to vote for Donald Trump versus Joe

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Biden um like I said I had this feeling

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um the last Administration was doing

13:54

better I think we've lost Focus um he's

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in courts right now we're really not

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focused on economy immigration basic

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jobs um just something for the people

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we're in the middle of Wars right now um

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all types of stuff going on it just

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feels different do you think other

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countries fear Joe Biden as president um

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I don't think so at all unfortunately no

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he's losing the respect of Americans and

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other countries while he's in office

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yeah I think it's a sense of weakness

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and stuff like that and um I don't think

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people want to bash him for his old age

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I think people really realize they feel

14:30

bad and we have a sign of weakness uh

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all over the world and within the US who

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you guys going to be voting for in 2024

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I'm not going to lie I'm going have to

14:39

go with Trump trump and why so cuz who

14:43

else do we have y'all not trusting Biden

14:45

I miss my stimulus check you missed your

14:47

stimmy what makes you guys want to vote

14:49

for Donald Trump I feel like it was it

14:51

wasn't better honestly but it was like

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just more comfortable when it was Trump

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kind of in a way well are you man I like

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his hair

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uh yeah and what are you guys studying

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government government what about you

15:07

sociology sociology all right well

15:09

you're studying government M and

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studying government who do you think

15:12

would be the best person to be in the

15:15

president seat oh I'm not answer that

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question on the internet why not if

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that's what you're studying though right

15:22

it is what I'm studying and I have

15:23

opinions okay and what what's your

15:25

opinion on America right now um America

15:28

is a mess at the moment everybody's very

15:31

polarized for a good reason um I'll say

15:33

I don't want to racist in our president

15:35

seat at all so and what would make that

15:39

person you're referring to as a racist

15:41

racist comments actions policies that

15:44

they support things that they endorse

15:47

anything like that and what do you guys

15:49

like about Joe Biden a lot of we've been

15:51

talking to a lot of the students here

15:52

and what makes you guys lean more

15:54

towards Joe Biden here at Harvard um I

15:56

think it's more of a lesser of two evils

15:57

type situation I think both candidates

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um have done a lot of very bad things um

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but I think in terms of trying to choose

16:07

between the two candidates that are most

16:09

likely going to make it to the final um

16:13

vote I think that um it would be a

16:15

better option to choose Joe Biden just

16:17

because um he is a lesser of two evil

16:20

okay and you guys feel safer underneath

16:21

Joe Biden especially with the wars that

16:23

are going on who do you think would pose

16:25

as a bigger threat to other countries as

16:27

president

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um by bigger threat like what do you

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mean like people would have more fear as

16:33

president yeah like show more

16:36

respect um as a black woman I would say

16:39

like for Citizens and as a black woman I

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would not I would be fearful under

16:43

Donald Trump's presidency whereas Joe

16:46

Biden I don't think that he has it out

16:47

for p people at all I know Donald Trump

16:50

has great ties with like certain major

16:51

countries and Joe Biden also has great

16:53

ties with C certain major countries it

16:55

really just depends on the state of the

16:56

World when they are presidents what

16:58

could one What could Joe Biden or Donald

16:59

Trump do to unify America oh that's a

17:03

that's a great question they will both

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have to lean more towards the center

17:07

because both of them are a little bit

17:09

extreme a little bit understatement

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they're both very extreme at the moment

17:13

and I think Joe Biden's doing a good job

17:15

of trying to lean towards the center and

17:16

appeal to both sides or is Donald Trump

17:18

is just very like he could have his own

17:20

ideology at this point you know what I

17:22

mean so is that's the break they both

17:24

need to just lean towards the center

17:26

what do you guys think about the current

17:27

economy and do you think there's a way

17:28

that can get down this inflation I

17:30

honestly think the economy is in

17:32

shambles the US is in trillions of

17:34

dollars in trillions of dollars in debt

17:36

to other countries um I think that

17:39

inflation is just like an after effect

17:41

of all of us being in debt I do think

17:44

that inflation will continue to go up um

17:46

unless we make major changes to or

17:49

unless we plan um how we're going to pay

17:52

these people back um I think that

17:54

inflation will continue to go up because

17:55

the US really does not have the money to

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sustain um the way we are living right

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and who will you be voting for uh I I

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don't as a black woman I would say like

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for Citizens and as a black woman I

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would not I would be fearful under

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presidency I can't even begin to list

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the reasons it's it's that extensive can

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I get three of them if anything Bernie

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come out of retirement AOC let's do this

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let's get in the game I'm here at

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Harvard University Harvard University is

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one of the most prestigious universities

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here in the United States of America the

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average cost of tuition here is up to

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$75,000 and these students should be the

0:30

smartest kids in the world here so today

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we're going to be asking them who

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they're going to be voting for in 2024

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right now looks we have an election

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of these subscribe but now we're going

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to go students who they're going be

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voting for in 2024 who will you be

0:47

voting for uh we'll have to wait and see

0:49

it's a little down the line okay just

0:50

kidding I'm voting for uh for Biden if

0:52

uh if it's Biden Trump a match up then

0:54

I'd be voting for Biden yeah what would

0:56

make you want to vote for Joe Biden

0:57

versus a person like Donald Trump

1:00

I can't even begin to list the reasons

1:02

it's it's that extensive can I get three

1:04

of

1:05

them sure uh he aligns with my values

1:08

more uh he's more Pro democracy and I

1:11

think he's a better person okay and with

1:13

policies anything like that he aligns

1:16

with my policies generally across the

1:19

board what what are your policies all

1:22

right this is where we're we're hitting

1:23

past the minute point I got R 10 more

1:25

seconds all right I'm sorry but uh I'm

1:26

cutting this short I got to who do you

1:27

think would be best to become the future

1:30

leader of America in this year with

1:31

elections in terms of this election I

1:33

will be personally voting for Joe Biden

1:36

and why so I think in terms of just

1:38

keeping the rule of law and the state of

1:40

our constitutional democracy he's the

1:41

best option what do you guys think about

1:42

the current state of America am I

1:44

allowed to SAR on here y it's dog

1:47

all right America's completely

1:49

right now I ain't going to lie like

1:50

lowkey I'm trying to go to Europe

1:52

probably move to the Netherlands or

1:53

something either way everything's just

1:54

going to sh at this point who will you

1:56

be voting for in

1:57

2024 uh respectfully I'm I'm not voting

2:01

you're not going to be voting I will

2:02

remain neutral who would you think would

2:03

be better to help America Donald Trump

2:05

or Joe Biden like I said I remain

2:07

neutral I got no opinion on the matter

2:09

but you say you want to like leave

2:11

United States so if you can make it

2:12

better who do you think could make it

2:14

better honestly I have zero idea on that

2:17

topic and what about you man who do you

2:18

think will make the country better uh

2:20

personally I would think Mr Donald Trump

2:22

himself it seems like people only like

2:24

him just because or people only dislike

2:26

him just because uh he'll like say like

2:28

a thing or two like that people like uh

2:31

think is like pretty rude but I mean

2:33

besides that I feel like he ran the

2:36

country a little more better than uh Joe

2:38

Biden and what do the majority of the

2:39

kids here in Harvard believe in I mean

2:41

most of them are lean towards the left

2:43

and who will you be voting for uh I I

2:46

don't feel comfortable disclosing that

2:48

information that's okay who do you think

2:49

the majority of these kids are going to

2:50

be voting for here at Harvard I mean

2:52

probably Democratic candidates so so we

2:55

have between Trump or Biden you think

2:56

they're going to be going for Biden then

2:57

for sure yeah who are you going to be

2:59

voting for Biden

3:01

and why so voted for him last year I

3:03

don't agree with like Trump's some of

3:05

Trump's policies so that's why what

3:07

policies would it be that you don't

3:08

agree with um some environmental stuff

3:10

the I hated like the um what was it the

3:12

willow act or whatever um yeah what do

3:15

you think about America right

3:17

now like the whole country yeah um I

3:21

mean that's kind of a tough question I

3:22

don't know if I have like any opinion

3:24

about the whole country mhm what do you

3:26

think about the current state of America

3:27

from protests from elections to

3:30

inflation to the Border crisis um well I

3:33

feel like Civic engagement and like

3:35

advocacy and like protesting is a big

3:37

part of our country and our history and

3:39

I feel like like this is just an example

3:40

of like our whole history so okay and

3:43

who do you think would be best to

3:44

control the situation or get America

3:45

back into control with this year with

3:47

the

3:48

elections I don't know who do you think

3:50

would be best between Donald Trump Joe

3:52

Biden or any other candidates I mean I

3:54

don't really have an opinion I feel like

3:56

politics are super complicated I mean

3:58

I'm only 18 this is my first year like

4:00

this is why I'm here to like learn more

4:01

but I think everything's super

4:02

complicated I don't have like too much

4:04

of an informed opinion yet okay cool

4:06

what are you studying here I'm studying

4:08

government and ethnicity immigration

4:09

rights so this should be pretty

4:10

important for you to know I know yeah

4:12

that's why I'm here to learn more I'm

4:13

here to learn more all right you're a

4:14

smart man if we're going to ask you a

4:16

tough question oh no it's simple who

4:18

will you be voting for in

4:21

2024 it's a good question it's a good

4:23

question uh definitely not Donald Trump

4:25

definitely not Donald Trump uh I don't

4:27

agree with a lot of the stuff that Joe

4:29

Biden

4:30

um has done and I don't agree with Joe

4:32

Biden as a person but uh you know it

4:34

might be a situation where you're

4:36

picking uh the better of two evils so

4:39

probably Joe Biden never comes down to

4:40

it and what are you guys studying and

4:41

remember this girl's face because at the

4:43

end of this video she gives a very

4:44

interesting response with what's going

4:46

on in the Middle East and this year

4:47

we're going to have elections in 2024

4:49

who do you think will be best to resolve

4:51

this conflict uh unfortunately neither

4:53

you're dealing with either an alt-right

4:56

extremist candidate or a closeted uh

4:59

cess of a Democrat that really isn't

5:02

going to do anything because he's in bed

5:04

with giving billions of billions of

5:06

funding and not allowing any sort of

5:10

sanctions on that so it's really tough I

5:13

mean in our city in our country right

5:15

now we have a really up political system

5:19

if anybody remembers Joe Biden was in

5:21

fourth place after the New Hampshire

5:22

primaries in 20120 and then all the

5:25

other candidates except Bernie dropped

5:27

out backed

5:29

Joe Biden and all of a sudden he was the

5:32

number one front runner and in 2016 when

5:34

we tried to bring a progressive

5:35

candidate once again with Bernie Sanders

5:38

we ran into super delegates that Hillary

5:40

was already going to win and was already

5:42

ahead but before we even got to

5:45

California for the primaries so when

5:47

you're dealing with such a distorted

5:50

scale of choices either alt-right or

5:54

kind of pretty much moderate Republican

5:56

maybe slightly left with Biden you're

5:59

not not really going to get a lot done

6:01

so I I definitely think that neither

6:04

candidate is going to provide much hope

6:06

for this situation and what we're doing

6:08

right now and whatnot across the country

6:10

is the best way to sort of seek uh

6:13

attention and activism and whatnot he

6:15

was talking about Joe Biden being in bed

6:17

with other countries do you think the

6:19

politicians are currently trying to fund

6:21

this uh crisis that's going on in the

6:23

Middle East or um I don't even think

6:26

it's a question if the military is

6:28

funding it there is obviously like 90

6:31

billion doar that has already been

6:33

passed by Congress to go over there and

6:35

I think the rhetoric is that the

6:37

military-industrial complex is

6:39

protecting the United States or

6:41

protecting the interest of Israel but I

6:45

fundamentally do not trust the agenda of

6:47

the military-industrial complex okay if

6:50

it gets down to Donald Trump and Joe

6:52

Biden who will you guys support they'll

6:54

be a third party yeah and I mean I'm

6:56

going to support who I always support

6:58

verman suprem

7:00

the number one political candidate that

7:02

offers everybody a free pony that if

7:04

we're already going to throw away a vote

7:06

to once again pretty much a Centrist

7:09

Democratic candidate that isn't doing

7:12

anything where was all the police reform

7:14

Mr Biden where was all the stuff you

7:16

promised in 2020 honor is legal in 30 to

7:20

40 States but at this point still no

7:22

federal grip on that and when it comes

7:25

to the minimum wage when it comes to a

7:28

lot of issues where infl

7:30

isck out of us $8 for eggs and whatnot

7:34

we can't get a raise on the

7:37

785 national minimum wage he's not doing

7:40

anything he's a puppet up there and he's

7:43

a puppet for other people that are

7:45

already comfortable and settled and just

7:47

trying to get their corporate backers

7:49

happy you know so neither of them if

7:51

anything Bernie come out of retirement

7:53

AOC let's do this let's get in the game

7:56

and also here in the United States we

7:57

received a over million potentially up

8:00

to 16 million migrants what do you guys

8:02

think about the migrant crisis that's

8:03

going on here in America I support open

8:05

I support open borders you support open

8:07

borders oh hell yeah and why do you guys

8:09

support open borders this isn't our

8:10

country this country was founded on

8:13

genocide and culture and taking it from

8:16

indigenous people whoever the wants to

8:18

come here should be able to come here

8:20

how why did we get to come here why did

8:22

my ancestors get to come here they were

8:25

actually fleeing oppression of the UK so

8:28

it's just like the cycle repeats itself

8:30

until it doesn't like this isn't our

8:33

country this this is Turtle Island and

8:36

it belongs to indigenous people and it

8:38

wouldn't have been the United States of

8:40

America if it wasn't for culture and

8:42

genocide and genocide a lot of the

8:44

people that are coming the country we

8:46

don't know who they are and they change

8:47

their names once they cross the border

8:48

you guys have any issues with that I

8:50

mean we don't we don't know who's in

8:52

this country yeah you know how many

8:54

shooters and serial killers and people

8:57

in this country that are incredibly

8:59

violent politicians are rapists who

9:02

literally run our country and are here

9:03

to keep us safe and how many cops have

9:05

been brutally hitting students young

9:08

children like videos of children looking

9:11

out the window watching their friends

9:13

get beat by adult grown men what the

9:17

what do you guys think will be the

9:17

solution to all this a spiritual

9:20

Revolution where people like truly

9:23

understand that we're all connected and

9:25

that they are connected to their own

9:26

bodies cuz they're you wouldn't be able

9:28

to violate the body of another person if

9:30

you were connected to your own humanity

9:32

and your own body and so it's like a

9:34

psychological heart spiritual Revolution

9:36

where we have to unprogram this like the

9:39

psychology that we prioritize profit

9:41

over Humanity over connection and in

9:44

this capitalist culture where profit is

9:47

the main priority we're not going to be

9:48

able to achieve that America is

9:50

primarily a Christian country do you

9:52

think more people start need to start

9:54

believing in Jesus and following his

9:55

teachings Jesus is also a

9:57

patriarchal story

9:59

that has been co-opted by mainstream

10:03

religion TR to white people yeah his

10:06

literal name was Yeshua like that's not

10:08

even his name you know so it's not about

10:10

institutional

10:12

religious um indoctrination of people

10:14

trying to control them it's about a

10:16

genuine connection to like the spirit

10:18

and godliness and nature and the body

10:21

like we were just talking about this

10:22

morning this genocide couldn't happen if

10:24

it wasn't for the level of true

10:25

disembodiment which is also perpetuated

10:28

by the prison industrial complex the

10:30

medical industrial complex capitalism I

10:33

mean the whole nine yards people aren't

10:35

in their bodies or they wouldn't be able

10:37

to pretend like this isn't happening do

10:39

you think there is a current leader who

10:40

could potentially become president that

10:42

could solve these issues no it's about

10:45

community no it's not it's not going to

10:47

be a top down yeah Revolution there's no

10:50

savior because in hierarchy and in the

10:52

current political system everyone will

10:54

be corrupted by money money is the root

10:56

of all evil it's not money it's

10:57

capitalism money is just a tool

11:00

capitalism is a psychology and a

11:01

Consciousness would we be better

11:03

underneath socialism socialism is a

11:06

political system communism is a

11:08

political system capitalism is an

11:10

economic system so people get very

11:12

confused when you talk about de

11:15

dismantling capitalism that has nothing

11:16

to do with Communism it has nothing to

11:18

do with socialism this is political

11:20

versus economic systems and if we want

11:22

to change an economic system then we

11:23

will have the imagination to form a

11:25

political system that's actually about

11:27

community and supporting the planet and

11:29

so what do you do here at Harvard um I'm

11:31

in the trades here we've talked to a lot

11:33

of people here at Harvard and we're

11:34

talking to people about America and the

11:36

elections that are going to be coming up

11:38

and most people say that everyone here

11:39

that the majority here are left leaning

11:42

and why do you think that is so um it's

11:45

a good question uh well schools more

11:48

liberal colleges tend to be more liberal

11:50

who will you be voting for oh I'll I'll

11:52

be voting Democrat because you will be

11:55

voting Democrat is there anything you'd

11:56

like to see change from Joe Biden if he

11:58

does win help the students out a bit

12:00

more financially I could see that as a

12:02

good thing and coming into 2024 who will

12:05

you be voting

12:06

for

12:08

2024 Biden and kamla Harris and with the

12:11

elections coming up here in 2024 who

12:13

will you guys be

12:15

supporting no

12:17

one I'm going to vote because I'm going

12:20

to exercise my right but I'm not

12:21

particularly excited about any of the

12:23

choices if you had to vote today who

12:25

would you be voting for unfortunately

12:27

Joe Biden again Jo Biden again why do

12:30

you think so many of the college

12:31

students here in Boston and at Harvard

12:33

want to vote for Joe Biden we haven't

12:34

heard anybody that wants to vote for

12:36

Donald Trump

12:37

yet I think there's a lot of reasons

12:39

he's the lesser of two evils yeah I

12:43

agree and do you guys agree with the

12:44

policies of Joe Biden of open borders

12:46

with all the migrants have came in here

12:47

into

12:48

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12:51

America what do you think about the

12:52

current economy of America I think it's

12:55

right in the pisol yeah it's it's no

12:57

good I'm I'm vote for Trump because of

12:59

that mhm so you will be voting for

13:01

Donald Trump of course yeah and what

13:03

makes you want to vote for Donald Trump

13:05

versus Joe Biden the majority of people

13:06

here in Boston are all saying Joe Biden

13:08

you know what all the corrupt people

13:10

right now hate him so bad I think you

13:13

have to vote for him that's uh they hate

13:15

him so bad and they're the people the

13:17

enemy of my enemy do you think it's a

13:20

sign when someone starts to get

13:21

persecuted as much as Donald Trump and

13:22

as much as people like Abraham Lincoln

13:24

or MLK that they're actually the right

13:27

guy yes exactly right perfect very well

13:31

said and we've been talking to a lot of

13:32

people here in the streets of Boston

13:34

Harvard and a lot of them are saying

13:35

they're going to be voting for Joe Biden

13:36

but do you think there's going to be a

13:37

lot more people that are going to be

13:38

like coming out of the closet that are

13:39

secretly supporting Donald Trump here in

13:41

Massachusetts um I think that's very

13:43

true that's a a true statement I I think

13:46

that's very true overall what makes you

13:48

want to vote for Donald Trump versus Joe

13:49

Biden um like I said I had this feeling

13:52

um the last Administration was doing

13:54

better I think we've lost Focus um he's

13:57

in courts right now we're really not

13:59

focused on economy immigration basic

14:03

jobs um just something for the people

14:05

we're in the middle of Wars right now um

14:08

all types of stuff going on it just

14:10

feels different do you think other

14:11

countries fear Joe Biden as president um

14:15

I don't think so at all unfortunately no

14:18

he's losing the respect of Americans and

14:20

other countries while he's in office

14:22

yeah I think it's a sense of weakness

14:24

and stuff like that and um I don't think

14:26

people want to bash him for his old age

14:28

I think people really realize they feel

14:30

bad and we have a sign of weakness uh

14:34

all over the world and within the US who

14:36

you guys going to be voting for in 2024

14:38

I'm not going to lie I'm going have to

14:39

go with Trump trump and why so cuz who

14:43

else do we have y'all not trusting Biden

14:45

I miss my stimulus check you missed your

14:47

stimmy what makes you guys want to vote

14:49

for Donald Trump I feel like it was it

14:51

wasn't better honestly but it was like

14:54

just more comfortable when it was Trump

14:57

kind of in a way well are you man I like

14:59

his hair

15:03

uh yeah and what are you guys studying

15:06

government government what about you

15:07

sociology sociology all right well

15:09

you're studying government M and

15:11

studying government who do you think

15:12

would be the best person to be in the

15:15

president seat oh I'm not answer that

15:18

question on the internet why not if

15:21

that's what you're studying though right

15:22

it is what I'm studying and I have

15:23

opinions okay and what what's your

15:25

opinion on America right now um America

15:28

is a mess at the moment everybody's very

15:31

polarized for a good reason um I'll say

15:33

I don't want to racist in our president

15:35

seat at all so and what would make that

15:39

person you're referring to as a racist

15:41

racist comments actions policies that

15:44

they support things that they endorse

15:47

anything like that and what do you guys

15:49

like about Joe Biden a lot of we've been

15:51

talking to a lot of the students here

15:52

and what makes you guys lean more

15:54

towards Joe Biden here at Harvard um I

15:56

think it's more of a lesser of two evils

15:57

type situation I think both candidates

16:00

um have done a lot of very bad things um

16:04

but I think in terms of trying to choose

16:07

between the two candidates that are most

16:09

likely going to make it to the final um

16:13

vote I think that um it would be a

16:15

better option to choose Joe Biden just

16:17

because um he is a lesser of two evil

16:20

okay and you guys feel safer underneath

16:21

Joe Biden especially with the wars that

16:23

are going on who do you think would pose

16:25

as a bigger threat to other countries as

16:27

president

16:29

um by bigger threat like what do you

16:30

mean like people would have more fear as

16:33

president yeah like show more

16:36

respect um as a black woman I would say

16:39

like for Citizens and as a black woman I

16:41

would not I would be fearful under

16:43

Donald Trump's presidency whereas Joe

16:46

Biden I don't think that he has it out

16:47

for p people at all I know Donald Trump

16:50

has great ties with like certain major

16:51

countries and Joe Biden also has great

16:53

ties with C certain major countries it

16:55

really just depends on the state of the

16:56

World when they are presidents what

16:58

could one What could Joe Biden or Donald

16:59

Trump do to unify America oh that's a

17:03

that's a great question they will both

17:05

have to lean more towards the center

17:07

because both of them are a little bit

17:09

extreme a little bit understatement

17:11

they're both very extreme at the moment

17:13

and I think Joe Biden's doing a good job

17:15

of trying to lean towards the center and

17:16

appeal to both sides or is Donald Trump

17:18

is just very like he could have his own

17:20

ideology at this point you know what I

17:22

mean so is that's the break they both

17:24

need to just lean towards the center

17:26

what do you guys think about the current

17:27

economy and do you think there's a way

17:28

that can get down this inflation I

17:30

honestly think the economy is in

17:32

shambles the US is in trillions of

17:34

dollars in trillions of dollars in debt

17:36

to other countries um I think that

17:39

inflation is just like an after effect

17:41

of all of us being in debt I do think

17:44

that inflation will continue to go up um

17:46

unless we make major changes to or

17:49

unless we plan um how we're going to pay

17:52

these people back um I think that

17:54

inflation will continue to go up because

17:55

the US really does not have the money to

17:59

sustain um the way we are living right

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