D.C. College Students Asked What D-Day Means: 'Is it Doughnuts?'

Nick Kangadis | June 6, 2019
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I don’t know whether it’s an indictment of the education system, naivety, or people just enjoy looking dumb on camera. But, to live in this country and be standing on a college campus as an attendee and not have a clue what D-Day is should make people wonder how you got into college in the first place.

The Daily Caller’s Katrina Haydon visited a college campus in Washington D.C. to ask students whether they knew what D-Day is.

I’m not going to explain what D-Day is, because you should already know the answer to that. It doesn’t matter what country you’re from, if it’s not the U.S. You should still know.

Anyway, Haydon asked a bunch of students for their take on what D-Day means, and their responses won’t even make you mad. You’ll be disappointed, and as we all know, that hurts worse.

Take a look:


I’m sorry. Maybe I’m being “insensitive,” or whatever else you want to call it, but the student who said “dougnuts” should be expelled. Not literally, but college isn’t for everyone.

At least there’s a small consolation in the fact that there were a few students who actually knew what D-Day is.

Stop listening to those indoctrinators — umm, professors — and crack open a history book. I hear reading is fundamental. I don’t know. I don’t read much.