Tired of entitled kids demanding “free” education without a plan to pay for it?
Keely Mullen, an organizer for the Million Student March (an movement that demands free public education) appeared on Fox Business on Thursday to talk with Neil Cavuto.
After a brief introduction, the red square-wearing Mullen described the movement and its demands: free public college, cancellation of student debt, and a $15/h minimum wage for people who work on the campus.
Fox's Cavuto simply asked, “how's that going to be paid?”
That's when everything went down hill for Mullen.
“...Um...” Mullen said after a pause. “Great question. Uh... you know so...”
You can tell where this is going.
“Someone has to pick up the tab who'd that be?” Cavuto asked.
“Um, the one percent of people in society who are hoarding , um, the wealth and really sort of causing a catastrophe that students are facing.”
After a bit more socialist rhetoric from Mullen, Cavuto just let her have it with facts.
Just give this a watch. It's worth it.