A not-so surprising discovery would be that millennials are more-so in favor of gun control, but campus interviews with millennials at a school in Virginia reveal in a video that millennials are in favor of more than just gun control, but the repealing of the Second Amendment entirely.
While at a Hillary Clinton rally in Annandale, Virginia, Campus Reform contributor, Cabot Phillips interviewed several of the people in attendance at the rally to see what their stance is on the Second Amendment and if they believe that it should be repealed.
“Oh yeah, definitely, I really think that we really need to start viewing human rights as more important than gun rights,” one girl in attendance said when asked if it was a good idea to repeal the Second Amendment.
“Yeah, totally; I mean it’s kind of ridiculous to me that, yeah, the Constitution is great and everything, but you have to remember that people made these, humans make mistakes and it was written hundreds of years ago,” one of the millennials in attendance responded.
When asked, “In an ideal world, if the NRA wasn’t around, would you think it would be a good idea?,” another Hillary Clinton supporter said, “yeah I think it would be a good idea. I hate the NRA.”
“I’m from a relatively wealthy area, I don’t think there’s a reason anyone would need a gun in that area,” another supporter said.