Charlie Kirk Exposes College for the SCAM that it Is

Charlie Kirk Exposes College for the SCAM that it Is

Charlie Kirk Exposes College for the SCAM that it Is

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27 thoughts on “Charlie Kirk Exposes College for the SCAM that it Is

  1. The Midnight Otaku

    The Saving America Tour, now I have a general idea of what it’s about but what else do they do?

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  2. CuddlyREDRUM

    Charlie Kirk dropped out of college his first semester, then asked his rich father and friends for money to start a PAC. This is the guy you are taking advice from.

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  3. Casey Avalon

    I know someone who went to college for like 20 years, has a masters in Public Administration, owes $200,000. Can't find a job. And I gotta say he's the dumbest person I know.

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  4. SeaSn

    bruh what business 🤣 this man just says nothing 😭😭😭

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  5. SeaSn

    this guy wants you to all be dumb

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  6. Grappling Guy

    Well said Charlie. Mike Rowe has also been saying this for years that there is a huge need for those in the trades. As I have shared with others, especially my kids, is that college isn’t for everyone. I encouraged my son to go into welding a few years back and he is now a full-time welder for a small steel and fabrication company. He loves it! What I love about it is that he is doing exactly what he went to school for. No waste of money or time. He’s producing. A message to the liberals and those who look down at the trades…let's not forget those jobs that we tend to overlook that ensure reliable plumbing, smooth roads and that the lights/heat/cooling are working properly. These jobs are very important and should be celebrated rather than being looked at with disdain.

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  7. Daniel Gaona

    … I'm a Local 104 Sheet Metal Worker apprentice out in northern Cali, making great money working with my hands, getting a college education in my trade that leave me in any debt when I finish complete my 5 year apprentice all while working in my trade getting paid….

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  8. Howard Swing

    I want the the college experience and lets go into debt with mom and dad that's bull shit. Go to a state college same degree much lower price.

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  9. SnoogiePew

    I do agree, college does take lots of money. But how exactly am I supposed to open my clinic and practice psychology without a degree?

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  10. Daniel romero sol

    This is an eulogy of ignorance. Charlie is dumb as a rock

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  11. Pizza Pie

    Here we go again. It's June. More youngsters just finished high school, and many will sign up for the scam courses in the fall. What a joke. It's time to really expose the deception.

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  12. wes washburn

    How can Charlie shit on my North African lesbian poetry degree?!?
    It practically paid for itself!!!

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  13. tuttwith2ts

    i can make spaghetti

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  14. Aaron Bane

    It's not for me. (Relient K)

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  15. Jim Bob

    Most people don't work trades because:

    1. employers are NOT hiring apprentices, 1st years are very limited in what they can do on the job (scaffolders can't go up in the air, crane operators can't operate machines, etc.), and because of this. most employers only hire 3rd year apprentices and up. Furthermore, a lot of employers are greedy pricks that would prefer to exploit hiring programs like the temporary foreign workers program, where the employer only has to pay a portion of their wage, the government subsidizes the other part of the wage. Obtaining an apprenticeship really boils down to luck most times, it's usually due to someone you know giving you a good word, or a family member giving you a start in their company.

    2. it's incredibly dangerous work, I need to emphasize this aspect. You're constantly exposed to falling objects that literally weigh tons or something as small as a wrench falling from heights of over 100 feet. Both have disastrous consequences if you're in the line of fire when it falls, and

    3. the pay for doing these jobs keeps decreasing yearly. With how dangerous they are, you'd expect wages to go up. It's the opposite, wages are going down and so are your hours. I never had to opt for an 8 hour workday ten years ago, but it's becoming the standard nowadays. Working 12 hour days for three weeks straight I made HUGE bank. Now, you're working long, hot, gruelling days @8 hours a day, 5 days a week, no overtime. Becoming a journeyperson takes significantly longer to accomplish today and it's not guaranteed. A lot of my friends need to move between provinces and cities to obtain their hours.

    It's not only easier to get a job at McDonald's flipping burgers, but it pays ALMOST as much as needing to repeatedly lift things that weigh over 200lbs. all day.

    So take your pick, work outside in temperatures as low as -40C or as high as +35C for 8 hours, around several drug addicts that endanger everyone on site, doing hard manual labour for 40K/year, OR work somewhere safe in an A/C environment performing easy tasks for 30K/year. Choice is simple.

    For reference, I'm an Alberta, Canada oilsands worker since 2010. Trades are NOT what they once were.

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  16. Cortney

    My parents forced me to go to college. I graduated in 2008. I am still paying my loans back.

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  17. The Greenman

    After high school I went into the Navy for 5 years as a Naval Aircrewman. The first job I got when I got out of the Navy was $5.25/ hr. Eventually I ended up at FedEx as a driver. Starting wage was $14/hr. After one year of busting my ass- they gave me a .14 cent raise. I was dumbfounded that I went from $14/ hr to $14.14 cents an hour. I saw an ad for a sales position in the news paper from Verizon (nothing to do with cell phones but selling advertising). The ad said something like "It's a new year. Want a better job with better benefits and better pay?" So I went to the open house at a hotel & they interviewed me & ended up hiring me. Training was 5 weeks in Everett, WA & then after that I was on the job. First year made almost $114k. I hit my targets for the quarter bonus which was $10,500 (which helped get to the $114k). So I was making six figures with benefits from day 1 – which is pretty good for someone that barefly made it out of high school. I was making more money then lots of the doctors & attorney's that I would sell to. So I went from $14.14/hr at FedEx straight to almost $114k.

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  18. KoDa Mooshface

    Let's cut to the chase. College is a waste of time. Most Professors support socialism and or communism. great for a Republic! Debt is crushing DO NOT DO IT. Pocahontas isn't getting college debt "payed for". Join a service, you will learn way more useable skills. Last, For those in shape and not afraid of heights, become a power lineman. The 165K to 375K a year will make mommy and daddy proud no matter what BUT, prepare to sweat. Yeah the $$ is real I've been one for decades. We are short of linemen everywhere, come join the fun 100 feet off the ground and way more that that in tower line work. Oh, one caveat, leave your feelings at home. This is no job for the faint of heart. Just one chance to do this right or you go home in a box!

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  19. Gorevarix

    4:00 indeed they do!!

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  20. Fabian Law

    As electrician I appreciate this. I will be retiring at 44 with Full benefits. And also Debt free. Who wants to play with wires now?

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  21. Les Byrd

    Agree with Trades👍 and why for the love of God has Biden forgiven billions in college debt today…don't we have bigger fish to fry right now.. inflation, School values, gas?

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
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  23. Henry Garcia

    What do you all think about Christian campuses? Same trouble?

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  24. jay wyse

    After he told a black woman that America is least racist because you can go to college.😅

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  25. Gabriel Croft

    360p?? What was this filmed on? A VHS tape? Great speech, however very grainy for 2022

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  26. Mike McCormick

    But wait! You need a college degree to be a barista at Starbucks. Go into 6 figure student loan debt to make $15/hour. 🤔

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply
  27. MonzaRacer

    I tried to get into Air Force back in 80s, what kept me out was I had graduated from Lincoln Tech as a mechanic and they wouldn't give me credit for my 26 college credits from LTI. I was highly sought after I was gonna be a flight technician, the head of mechanical section that certifies the planes after major rebuilds.
    I'd have 10-25 air frame monkeys under me. had to take bunch of college courses so I started working maintenance at a college and got free tuition, well I crammed a bunch of classes through, several split and added credits. I found out I had enough to get a PhD and I chose plasma physics, I'm not a Dr of Plasma Physics and work as a lead/diagnostic technicians on cars.

    August 9, 2022 at 3:11 pm Reply

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