Students For Trump Club Opens Chapter At Penn State
There are already Students for Sanders and Students for Hillary clubs at Penn State. Now, with the primaries quickly approaching, one student has established a “Students for Trump” club.
Though not yet an official student organization on campus, the club is recognized by Trump’s campaign and the overarching Students for Trump organization.
Senior Ryan Belz, a long-time member of the Penn State College Republicans and former UPUA presidential candidate, decided to launch this upcoming Students for Trump chapter because of our generation’s importance in being politically active.
“With the Pennsylvania primary quickly approaching on April 26, and the general election coming in November, I felt it was a perfect time to start up a Students for Trump chapter at Penn State,” Belz said.
Belz has supported Trump avidly for years — even before he decided to officially run for president.
“The way he has been able to run his organization, master the art of the deal and how he has the mentality to never give up shows he is what America desperately needs,” Belz said. “Since I could vote at 18, I have always written in ‘Donald J. Trump,’ because he is exactly what this country needs. Whether it’s Ted Cruz or Hillary Clinton, America does not need a proven liar in the Oval Office. American needs someone who is not afraid to say ‘You’re Fired’ to the establishment within the Beltway.”
Penn State College Democrats Communications Director Luis Rolfo isn’t quite as enthusiastic about a Trump America. He threw some significant shade at his campus supporters in the Daily Collegian, even going so far to suggest Students for Trump members have a higher propensity to commit hate crimes.
“There have been instances of hate crimes around the Penn State community since I’ve been here, and it would not surprise me if those past or future perpetrators gravitate to this club,” Rolfo said.
Let’s not forget the last time Trump made news at Penn State:
The weak jokers who so badly hurt great Penn State University should have fought the NCAA instead of making a deal- http://t.co/b9E5eC9pam
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 5, 2014