What Poses A Greater Threat to World Peace: ISIS or America?

Harvard ISIS Threat

According to Fox News, neither. The greatest threat to world peace is a “bunch of snot-nosed brats” from Harvard.

Several Harvard students were asked by Campus Reform’s Caleb Bonham whether the U.S. or ISIS pose the greater threat to world peace.

“It’s America. America’s making decisions that are much more likely to affect the world,” one student said.

“As a Western civilization, we’re to blame for a lot of the problems that we’re facing now,” one student said during the interview. “I don’t think anyone would argue that we didn’t create the problem of ISIS, ourselves.”

“American imperialism and our protection of oil interests in the Middle East are destabilizing the region,” another added.

The Fox Outnumbered hosts were shocked and appalled by the students’ answers, with their responses ranging from disbelief to rage to simply mocking the students with snobby British accents (see reactions here). Clearly these kids do NOT SUPPORT OUR TROOPS and clearly they have fake British accents because apparently that’s a thing among rich unpatriotic anti-American brats?

The guest judge, country star John Rich, who sporting a cowboy hat (presumably to lend credibility to his thoughts), was especially outraged at the anti-American sentiment he was hearing.

“These are obviously kids that don’t know somebody who’s serving. They don’t have anybody in their family that’s ever taught them about this country and what the DNA of our country is about,” said Rich, who added that his grandfather served in WWII and his father taught him about the importance of saying the Pledge of Allegiance each morning.

Now, the hosts over at Outnumbered were quick to point out that America is by no means perfect (although it comes pretty close) and it’s perfectly acceptable to criticize your country. Unless they disagree even in the slightest with that criticism – then you’re just a snot-nosed brat who hates the troops. Next.

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