Record Lows: Americans Don’t Trust Any American Institutions

Daily Stormer
March 16, 2015

How could Americans doubt the sincerity of a congress run by such honest foreign Jew leaders?
How could Americans doubt the sincerity of a congress run by such honest foreign Jews?

Of course Americans don’t trust any of these insitutions. Why on earth would they? It is now beyond blatantly obvious that all of this is a gigantic criminal scam.

Note that all of these things people don’t trust are completely run by Jews.

AllGov:

A mere 5% of Americans say they have a great deal of confidence in the legislative branch of government, according to General Social Survey conducted by the Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research at the University of Chicago. More than half of respondents said they have hardly any confidence at all in Congress, and 40% only have some confidence in it.

The Supreme Court, according to the survey, reached a new all-time low with only 23% having a great deal of confidence. Twenty percent have hardly any confidence in the high court, and 54% have some confidence in it.

Things aren’t much better for the executive branch. Only 11% of adults expressed a great deal of confidence in it, only one point above the low of 10% back in 1996. A record-high 44% said they have hardly any confidence at all in the executive branch.

Outside of government, things are kind of dreary as well. Only 19% of Americans told the survey they have a great deal of confidence in organized religion, which matched an all-time low set in 2002.

People aren’t feeling it for the media or television, either. Seven percent expressed a great deal of confidence in the press, while 44% said they have hardly any confidence in it. When it comes to television, only 10% have a great deal of confidence, and 41% say they have hardly any confidence.

The problem here is that people are too pacified by iPhones and HBO drama series’ to do anything about this corrupt system. Things will have to get worse before they get better.

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