GenZ Revolts Against the Democrats in Electoral Sea-Change

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One demographic that the Democrats have to be especially worried about heading into the 2024 election is Generation Z. The 18- to 29-year-old age bracket has been cheated worse than anyone by Joe Biden crushing the American economy.

They’re old enough to remember how amazing our economy was under Donald Trump and yet today they cannot pay their monthly bills.

A new Bloomberg poll notes that pessimism over the economy has grown in every age bracket since 2020, but the shift among GenZ is astonishing. Back when Trump was in office, only 11% of GenZers were worried about the economy as an issue. Today, 47% of GenZers are worried about it.

 

Social media channels are filled with GenZers lamenting the fact that their entry-level jobs don’t pay the bills. Prices are rising uncontrollably even as wages are being crushed by Joe Biden allowing millions of impoverished illegal aliens into the country. On this current trajectory, most members of GenZ will never be able to afford a home—and they know it.

This is creating a volatile situation for the country, as the gap between the haves and have-nots has never been wider in this country. Hopefully, young Americans will help carry Donald Trump to victory this November so we can have someone in charge who cares about the country again. If that doesn’t happen, we may be on the verge of a new revolution.

Watch as Tim Pool explains just how badly Generation Z is getting cheated and who is doing the cheating:


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