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California students are asked if we should build border wall. Their arguments are the all time WORST

Students at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California, were asked for their opinions about building the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, and the conversation turned to racism. (Image source: Youtube video screenshot)

Slightly Offens*ve's Elijah Schaffer and journalist Michael A. (@the_blackmic) headed to Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California, to ask students for their opinions about building the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. In every case, the conversation — which was meant to be about illegal immigration — quickly turned to racism.

Here are a few of their arguments:

  • We should get rid of the wall so people can work in the U.S. illegally, then go home to Mexico more easily.
  • We shouldn't have a wall because people who jump over it "get shot down all the time."
  • The wall is a bad idea because President Donald Trump is a racist who "doesn't comment on white nationalists." And by the way, black people can't be racist.
  • The wall leads to "divisiveness, creating borders between people. There's already a f***ing border, you don't need a giant f***ing wall. That's my tax dollars being wasted because of a bunch of white people who are afraid of losing money."
  • People could simply use ladders to go over the wall or tunnel under it.
  • The wall is purely to keep out Mexicans because white people only want white immigrants.
  • The government is xenophobic.
  • Non-unionized counties like "Norway" and "Germany" are "kicking the s**t" out of the U.S. economy and educational system.

Watch the full video below:

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

Or follow him on Twitter: @ElijahSchaffer

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