Video of a survey conducted by Campus Reform shows several students at Harvard University saying that President Trump is a larger danger to the United States than ISIS, the terrorist organization.
“I think more of [Trump’s] policies mainly because I think terrorism really isn’t that big of a deal,” one Harvard student said in the video.
Another student said that Trump is more of an immediate danger to him than ISIS.
“Do I think ISIS is going to cause a threat to me living my everyday life? Not really. Do I think the rhetoric that Donald Trump is using and empowering these folks hidden in a corner for a long time with hateful views… Do I think that’s more of a threat than ISIS? Yes,” he said.
Cabot Phillips, a contributor at CampusReform.org, went on “Fox and Friends” to discuss the video.
“We always see students that are saying everything threatens them in the world and they are always being taught by the media the sensationalist idea that everything Donald Trump does must be the end of the world,” Phillips said.
He added that there are students all over the country, including Ivy League students, that are more scared of Trump’s policies because former President Barack Obama previously said that “ISIS is a J.V. team, they’re not this real threat.”
Students at Harvard University recently created a “Resistance School” for progressive activists that want to combat President Donald Trump’s policies.
On Wednesday, it was reported that Islamic State Militants slaughtered 33 men with “sharp tools” before dumping their bodies into a mass grave “filled with blood.”