With Millennials now old enough to hold elected office, and the not-so-far-behind Generation Z set to start voting, the future of politics in America is shaping up to be quite the showdown.
Millennials — those currently aged between 20 and 35 years old — are perhaps the most progressive generation the United States has ever seen. They pride themselves as the generation that created identity politics, safe spaces, and new words like “micro-aggression.” To them, altruism is the highest form of existence.
Generation Z is comprised of people who are basically their younger siblings. Unlike millennials, they have no memory of a time without the internet, and 9/11 is a historic event rather than a day they can actually remember. They are also the most conservative generation since World War II.
So yes…quite the showdown looms on the horizon.
With that said, we really hope Gen Z sticks around to help their older brothers and sisters. According to a new survey, millennials have a shockingly negative view of America and what the country stands for. Not surprisingly, they don’t seem to know what the country stands for.
Here’s One America News with the full breakdown of the study.
~ Liberty Video News