Not Even 24 Hours After Inauguration, Something AWFUL Happens To Barron Trump…

Who does something like this? Evidently, leftists do and it’s just evil. Youtube gamer Jesse Cox was the first to go there saying he hates Barron Trump. How can you ‘hate’ an innocent ten-year-old boy? Then, you have Katie Rich of Saturday Night Live infamy, who took it to a much lower level by saying: “Barron will be this country’s first homeschool shooter.” She had that tweet up for three hours before getting so many negative comments and such a harsh backlash, that she took down the tweet and protected her account. This woman is a writer for SNL. Figures, this is why they are no longer even remotely funny… they employ people like this. If that had been a conservative saying horrid things about a liberal, she would have been fired on the spot. But because it is President Trump’s son in question, she wasn’t. In fact, she’ll probably get a raise out of it.

If something like this had been said about Obama’s daughters, the uproar would have been monstrous. But not over Trump. First, you have Rosie O’Donnell insinuating the boy is autistic when he obviously is not and now this. This child has never done anything to anyone and yet he gets hate and death threats like all get out. He’s a child for Pete’s sake! Leave him alone.

Trump’s family loves guns and hunting. They are responsible with guns and I doubt That Barron has learned how to use one yet. But there would be nothing wrong with it if he did. He’s not insane like the left, so he will never shoot a bunch of people. And by the way, he’s not homeschooled. He goes to a private school, you idiots.

From Young Conservatives:

The inauguration of President Donald Trump yesterday brought a lot of reactions from those on the left.

Some, like Chris Matthews, called Trump’s speech “Hitlerian” and authoritarian.

One journalist even compared Trump’s inauguration to 9/11 in terms of the trauma he felt.

But perhaps the worst reaction of all were the attacks on Donald Trump’s youngest child, Barron Trump, who is 10 years old.

Here’s just a sample.

From Youtube gamer Jesse Cox:

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From “Saturday Night Live” writer, Katie Rich:

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Once upon a time, or at least when we were talking about a Democratic president’s children, children were considered off limits, especially 10-year-olds.

For a ten-year-old and a long day of inauguration, Barron Trump held up very well and even managed to upstage his father while President Trump was signing staff nominations. Barron was filmed playing peek-a-boo with his nephew Theodore, Ivanka Trump’s son.

Leftists are attacking the Trumps and the Pences any way they can… it’s abhorrent. I’ve never seen anything like it. The children of politicians used to be off limits until Trump was elected. Now, they have gone after all of his children and even his grandchildren. The hate is just monstrous and I fear for all of their safety. The child is only guilty of being the President’s son and for that, he is labeled and threatened constantly.

These people are seriously deranged and dangerous. Watching the protests this weekend, you see just how sick, perverted and unhinged they really are. And this is just the beginning I fear. It is going to get much, much worse over the next four to eight years.

When you can go after a ten-year-old boy who sweetly plays peekaboo with a baby like this… you probably have no qualms about getting your violence on, threatening others and possibly killing. Pray for the safety of the First Family and I suggest never watching SNL again. No big loss.

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