Jacobson: Students heading to polls with 'uninformed belief system'
Students said influence peddling should disqualify a candidate for running for office but changed course when learning this was happening with Joe Biden’s family.
Campus Reform Correspondent Ophelie Jacobson joined Fox & Friends First to discuss her latest video surrounding Hunter Biden’s alleged emails.
Students at the University of Florida told Campus Reform Correspondent Ophelie Jacobson that influence peddling should disqualify a candidate from running for office. However, many students changed their opinion when learning that's exactly what Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his family have been accused of.
Jacobson said these contradictory answers reveal hypocrisy on college campuses and blamed liberal bias and indoctrination in the classroom.
Jacobson joined Fox & Friends First to discuss her latest video surrounding Hunter Biden’s alleged emails, as reported in the bombshell New York Post story.
“They’re voting for a politician, and they don’t even know why,” said Jacobson, adding "they are going to be heading to the polls with this uninformed belief system.”
Jacobson said that although this time is exciting for many college students who will be voting for the first time, they must also hold a sense of responsibility: “They’re going to be voting for Biden not because they are enthusiastic about him but merely because they want to get Trump out of office, and this is what is going to be driving them to the polls."
Jacobson stressed that she wants this age group to understand that it is “most important” to really look at the politics.
“I think we need to start having more serious discussions about political topics such as foreign affairs and fiscal policy because at the end of the day this is what really matters in politics,” said Jacobson.
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