Elijah Schaffer

VIDEO: Conservative host Elijah Schaffer attended a feminist conference but his presence was not well received

'Slightly Offens*ve' attends International Women's Day 2019


Welcome to International Women's Day

Elijah Schaffer, host of "Slightly Offens*ve," headed to an International Women's Day demonstration, Los Angeles, to ask those in attendance about the conference and which women's issues are important to them.

Attendees expressed their support for abortion, equal pay, and other socialist issues that one would imagine at a left-wing conference.

Schaffer held up a sign with a photo of "Empire" star Jussie Smollett who was recently indicted on 16 charges after he reported a fake hate crime in Chicago.

"Are you guys aware of fake hate crimes in the U.S.? Help stop fake hate crimes," Schaffer protested.

Watch the video at the top of the page.

You can find more from Elijah Schaffer on his YouTube channel Slightly Offens*ve.

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Pat Gray Unleashed

AOC spoke at SXSW 2019 about 'capitalism,' a term that she could not technically define

On Monday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat Gray and Keith Malinak highlighted a recent study that revealed a large portion of the Gen Z and Millennial generations have a favorable impression of socialism, the projected voting habits among likely voters, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's ridiculous definition of "capitalism."

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In this clip, Pat discussed a breakdown where each voting block stands on the issues by generation.

Top voting issues for Gen Z:

  • mass shootings
  • racial equality
  • treatment of immigrants

Top voting issues for Millennials:

  • access to health care
  • global warming/climate change
  • mass shootings

Top voting issues for Gen X and Baby Boomers:

  • access to health care
  • terrorism/national security
  • national debt

Currently, 61 percent of Americans age 18- to 24-years of age have a positive impression of socialism while 58 percent have a positive impression of capitalism.

Millennials and Gen Z will make up 38 percent of the voting block in the 2020 election.

What did AOC say about capitalism?

Pat covered comments made by AOC when she tool the stage at SXSW 2019 in Austin over the weekend. During her speech, AOC attempted to define "capitalism," calling it an "irredeemable system," adding:

It's hard to have these conversations I think as a society because we all have different ideas of what, just in the public imagination, there are different ideas of what does capitalism mean, what does socialism mean, et cetera.

But, for me, when I think about what those definitions are, capitalism is to me is an ideology of capital.

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