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‘Trying To Elect Donald Trump’: Alyssa Farah Griffin Sounds Alarm On Anti-Israel Protests Ahead Of 2024 Election

“The View” co-host Alyssa Farrah Griffin sounded the alarm about the impact anti-Israel protests could have on Democrats in the upcoming 2024 election.

Hundreds of anti-Israel protesters arrested in violent clashes and trespassing on college campuses across the United States as students and outside protesters “occupy” campuses in support of the Palestinians It continues to build encampments, while harassing Jewish students and blocking their access. Enter the campus building.

Griffin likened these protests to the anti-Vietnam War occupation of college campuses in 1968, when former President Richard Nixon won the presidential election.

“Protests are very likely, but 1968, which everyone wants to compare it to, was won by Nixon,” Griffin said. “So if we’re going to elect Donald Trump, we have to address this issue.”

“Yeah, but we knew he was going to win,” interjected co-host Whoopi Goldberg. “No one won the election that year.” (Related: ‘Get out of my face!’: College protester walks away from Fox host in ‘hostage’ situation)

President Joe Biden’s approval rating is low at 28% and his disapproval rating is 78%. according to Responded to a CNN poll conducted by SSRS. The poll showed Mr. Trump’s approval rating over Mr. Biden, 49% to 43%, and 55% of those surveyed considered Mr. Trump’s presidency a success. More than half (61%) of participants said they viewed Biden’s presidency as a failure, while 39% said it was a success.

The poll was conducted among 1,212 adults from April 18th to 23rd, and had a margin of error of 3.4 times.

More than 200 rioters at Columbia University shattered They banged on the door windows of Hamilton Hall with a hammer, barricaded the building and hung a banner renaming the building “Hind’s Hall” after the six-year-old who died in Gaza.3 managers Said The university’s student newspaper, the Columbia Daily Spectator, reported that protesters had taken them “hostage” inside the building.

The university has blackmailed Students who barricade themselves in buildings will be expelled, and students who do not comply with conditions laid out by the university will be suspended. Upperclassmen who refuse to comply with the conditions will lose their eligibility to graduate.