The problem with young people today is they suffer from the effects of bad parenting.
Many parents of Millennials and Gen Zers were maladjusted substance-abusers. They frequently divorced, with the vindictive moms taking the homes, the children and half of the fathers’ wealth.
Even worse, nearly one-third of all Millennials and Gen Zers were legally murdered by their very own mothers.
Instead of being the primary educators of their children, many parents surrendered them to the government schools, the media, the internet and their children’s peers. Without discipline, healthy morals and religion, many children became materialistic consumers, activists and Democrats.
With such bad parenting, I’m surprised young people have turned out as well as they have. Why aren’t more of them criminals?
Wonderfully, since Sept. 11, 2001, young warriors have kept us safe from major terrorist attacks. Millennials and Gen Zers are not to be blamed because America is $32 trillion in debt.
The problem with young people is we old people did not teach them correctly.