In a new video, Ami Horowitz asks progressive Millennials how important a value income equality was to them and if living with food lines like they do in Venezuela was worth it.
Despite Venezuela being in the midst of economic and social collapse, Millennials actually think the United States should model itself after the failing nation.
“If we all give a little bit and become a little bit more socialist... that's how we do it,” one young adult said.
Other Millennials agreed with Horowitz when he jokingly suggested that, “if you need to wait in line for stuff, we should all wait in line together.”
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