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Democrat voters are increasingly dangerous people who despise the United States, its traditions, and history, not to mention that they despise every human who disagrees with them even a little bit.

This is not hyperbole. It is fact.

Indeed, a new poll from I&I/TIPP finds that common, average, mainstream Democrats are overwhelmingly in favor government programs aimed at censoring Republicans, conservatives, patriots, Christians, and anyone with traditional American values.

The poll, taken from Nov. 1-3, asked 1,400 respondents the following question: “Do you approve or disapprove of Big Tech companies working with federal agencies to engage in online censorship?”

Broken down by party affiliation, the results are shocking, at least on the Democrat side of the aisle.

Per Issues & Insights:

When broken down by demographics and political affiliation, surprisingly sharp differences between and within different groups emerge.

Start with politics. Democrats overwhelmingly approve of Big Tech and Big Government censoring online content, 57% “approve” to just 25% “disapprove.”

Compare that with Republicans, who are almost exactly the opposite of the Dems in their response: 26% “approve,” vs. 54% “disapprove.” Similarly, independents “approve” by just 21%, while they “disapprove” by 52%. Republicans and independents are nearly identical, while Democrats are the outlier.

But those weren’t the only stark differences.

Men and women see the issue quite differently, it seems. Men favor the government-Big Tech censorship alliance, with 47% approving, 40% disapproving. Women, not so much, with just 25% approving, with 46% disapproving.

Unfortunately, our left-wing, anti-democratic, anti-American schools have won the argument with minorities and young people who now almost universally have fallen for victimhood garbage. Because they, too, are majority pro censorship.

Race is another big gap. White Americans are strongly anti-censorship, at just 27% approving, 49% disapproving and 24% unsure. Black and Hispanic Americans, meanwhile, are nearly the reverse, at 51% approval, 32% disapproval and 17% not sure.

Also surprising: Of the four broad age groups tracked by I&I/TIPP each month, only one strongly supports censorship: the 25-44 age group – 56% approve, only 32% disapprove. The other age groups broadly disapprove, including those ages 18-24 (35% approve, 41% disapprove), 45-64 (27% approve, 47% disapprove), and strongest of all, those 65-plus (16% approve, 53% disapprove).

The amazing thing about this is that it defies logic.

These slow-witted young people have it drilled into their heads that “the establishment” is out to get them, that “power” is oppressing them. And yet, they want to hand these same forces the power to eliminate free speech.

How do these idiots think that will end? How is it they can’t grasp the simple fact that these “powers” that they hate will turn the power of censorship right back on them when it becomes convenient?

The left is on the edge of utterly destroying the U.S.A., folks. Make NO mistake about this.

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Warner Todd Huston

Warner Todd Huston has been writing editorials and news since 2001 but started his writing career penning articles about U.S. history back in the early 1990s. Huston has appeared on Fox News, Fox Business Network, CNN, and several local Chicago News programs to discuss the issues of the day. Additionally, he is a regular guest on radio programs from coast to coast. Huston has also been a Breitbart News contributor since 2009. Warner works out of the Chicago area, a place he calls a "target rich environment" for political news.


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