This kind of thing makes me more and more convinced that Robert Heinlein was right and we need to require intelligence tests with a reasonably high passing grade to qualify to vote. He suggested the solution of a quadratic equation which would be randomly generated and shown on a screen before you got to the ballot. He also suggested that there should be no minimum voting age; if a 13-year-old girl could solve the quadratic, she should be allowed to vote.
Heinlein also suggested that voters should be military veterans with an honorable discharge in order to vote. Which would disqualify me since I never served, but that’s on me, not anyone else. (Besides, Heinlein left open the possibility that anyone could serve a term, discharge honorably, and obtain the franchise.) For some reason this position got Heinlein labeled as a Nazi — or worse — by the soi-disant cognoscenti, few of whom ever actually read Starship Troopers and didn’t understand the logic behind it.
The childish minds at work in this video cannot possibly encompass the intelligence or the moral discipline to evaluate properly the issues of the day and cast a ballot accordingly. Want to secure the ballot? Start ensuring that the people who cast them can actually articulate their personal political and moral philosophy. Mooning the Trump Tower in Chicago doesn’t rise to that level. Kids and drunks do that kind of thing, not intelligent adults.