WASHINGTON, D.C. — There is a “100% chance that there will be . . . an attack on U.S. soil,” conservative author David Horowitz said Thursday.
Horowitz made the prediction while speaking to a George Washington University student group, after being asked about the possibility of U.S.-Iranian conflict. In the event of such a terror attack against the American homeland, Horowitz predicted, there will be widespread public outrage against U.S. liberals.
“I don’t think leftists will be found hanging from lamp-posts . . . but close,” said Horowitz, speaking to the GWU chapter of Young America’s Foundation as part of a promotional tour for his new book, One Party Classroom: How Radical Professors at America’s Top Colleges Indoctrinate Students and Undermine Our Democracy.
His book highlights what he calls “the 150 worst courses” at 12 U.S. colleges and universities, including the University of California-Santa Cruz, which he labels “The Worst School in America.”
Noting that classes such as UCSC’s “Theory and Practikce of Economic Justice” are replicated throughout American higher education, Horowitz called these course “indoctrination,” and said, “Millions of students are going through them every year.”
Calling leftists “totalitarians,” Horowitz told the GWU students: “You are losing your country as we speak.”
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