Woke’ Millennials Hilariously Say They’d Prefer Venezuela’s Food Lines Over America’s Income Inequality. Never mind the Maduro Diet; reality is not “a thing” in the East Village.
Deep runs the derp among them:
[Ami] Horowitz then asks the interviewees, all of whom no doubt are “still feeling the Bern,” if they think that we should model ourselves on another country that promises “income equality”: Venezuela, which, he explains, is in the midst of an economic death spiral to the point where it is experiencing dire food shortages and frequent violence between citizens and police forces. Despite the hellish reality of Venezuela’s failed socialist state, all of his interviewees still thought Venezuela’s day-long food lines would be preferable to the United States’ selfish, “undignified” capitalistic system.
And they say this while in the East Village, one of Manhattan’s trendiest and priciest.
They probably believe that ridiculous NYT article about the superiority of socialist women’s orgasms, too.
As for undignified, they ought to try doing without toilet paper for one day.