Campus Reform interviewed New York University students opposed to President Trump’s impending replacement pick for the Supreme Court — even though Trump hasn’t nominated a replacement yet.
“I saw the new nominee is like racist, and he’s starting a new wave of something very negative,” said one student.
“He’s quite extreme in his views,” a student said of Trump’s yet-to-be-named pick. “And I don’t know if it would make the Supreme Court, like, even.”
“I saw it all over the news, that he’s, like, racist,” said another student.
“I saw the new nominee is like racist, and he’s starting a new wave of something very negative, and I’m really scared about the future and what choices he will make,” said a student.
“The fact that he would put someone up there that is so racist and is not practicing the equality that we need to see it’s insulting and he’s not gonna last,” one woman said.
“They should all wear white hoods and burn crosses at the Capitol because that’s the kind of mood they’re going for,” said another.
When asked what kind of Supreme Court nominee Trump should pick, one student said, “a black woman.”