​VIDEO: Democratic voters talk diversity and impeachment outside debate

  • Campus Reform went to the latest Democratic debate to ask voters about the lack of diversity among the remaining candidates.
  • “People are very concerned about...too many older white men."
  • Voters also shared their opinions on impeachment

Campus Reform Senior California Correspondent Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin went to the recent Democratic debate at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California to ask voters about the lack of diversity among the remaining candidates.

Many voters and attendees said they were “concerned” about the diversity of the candidates.

“The sexual assault of women absolutely constitutes a high crime and misdemeanor,” one Democratic voter argued.   

“People are very concerned about...too many older white men,” one individual said. 

[RELATED: As cost of college soars, schools spend MILLIONS on diversity salaries]

The Democratic voters also expressed their support for impeachment, but added that other charges should have been included in the impeachment vote.

“The sexual assault of women absolutely constitutes a high crime and misdemeanor,” one Democratic voter argued.

Another referenced Trump’s immigration policies and said “locking children in cages” could have been an appropriate charge. 

[RELATED: VIDEO: Students say impeach Trump…but can’t give reason why]]


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Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin | California Senior Campus Correspondent

Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin is a California Senior Campus Correspondent, and reports liberal bias and abuse on campus for Campus Reform. She is a senior at University of California, Santa Barbara, where she studies Business Economics, Political Science and Sociology with a minor in Business Communication.

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