The “Queen of Mean” Ann Coulter asserted earlier this week that college students shouldn’t be allowed to vote. Coulter explained her extreme rationale by suggesting that all college students are brainwashed and the minimum age for voting should be 30 years old. However, last time we checked people who are 18-30 years old work and pay taxes just like their elders. So why would Coulter make such a claim?
On Monday’s episode of “Howie Carr Show,” Coulter expressed her concern about The Washington Post’s debunk of claims that massive voter fraud is taking place in New Hampshire; the Post found that many of the alleged fraud cases were actually out-of-state college students from casting legal ballots in New Hampshire.
At first, the right-winger explained to Carr that she didn’t think students should be voting in states where they attend college if they don’t establish permanent residency in that state, but then said that it would be “outrageous” for a college student to change her residency to her college town.
Coulter then reached the extreme conclusion that “college kids shouldn’t be voting” at all. The Trump surrogate explained: “It’s just to get the results of 13 years of Chinese-style brainwashing. I don’t think that people should be able to vote until they’re 30.”
Coulter would like the voting age to be increased due to the fact that most college-aged kids are more progressive and educated than their elderly peers. While Coulter continues to stand on a platform of hate and intolerance, the younger generations realize that inclusiveness and diversity are positive. White supremacy is a thing of that past, and it will not be tolerated in the future. Of course, this type of thinking worries Republicans, who preach a divisive rhetoric. Do you agree with Ann Coulter? Do you think the voting age should change?