CBS Gently Questions Entitled Millennials, No Question on Hatred of Free Speech


[See NewsBusters for more.] A strong aversion to free speech and capitalism? Those are two views held by a significant percentage of millennials. Yet, when CBS This Morning’s Bianna Golodryga on Monday got a chance to find out what the younger generation thinks on important issues, those topics never came up. Co-host Norah O’Donnell explained, “They make up the largest living generation, a bigger generation than Baby Boomers and Generation X. Their money, their attention and their votes are all in big demand.” Journalist Bianna Golodryga mostly stuck to issues like asking if a group of six millennials agree that their generation is “entitled.” The closest Golodryga got to disdain of freedom of speech came when she gently pressed, “Millennials are overly sensitive and need praise?... Everyone feel like they need a trophy?”

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