Some students attending Wednesday’s March on Washington said condoms, clean syringes, and a job after college are among the rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.
“Not a privilege. It [a job after college] is a right. It’s not a driver’s license. It is a right,” one individual, speaking to college news website Campus Reform, said.
“Everyone has the right to a job,” another said. “I don’t care if you’re college, high school, you dropped out, or whatever.”
One individual even declared that free condoms and clean syringes are constitutional rights.
Campus Reform noted that other “rights” cited by attendees included the right to smoke marijuana and access the Internet for free.
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