As momentous and incredible as Inauguration Day was yesterday for respectable and responsible people proud to call Donald Trump our president, it was also wrought with violence and riots. Incensed idiots took the street and brought destruction with them, but ended the day on an even lower note with what they did to President Trump’s youngest son, Barron.
The 10-year-old boy has no control over what his parents do or if they are elected president, but that didn’t stop liberal psychopaths from victimizing him for it. The double standard for Democrats even exists among the children, considering that if Barack Obama’s daughters’ names were even mentioned by a conservative, leftists would scream that children are off limits, and “leave them alone!” The same doesn’t seem to go for Barron with the sickening things being said about him not even 24 hours after his father took the oath of office, which will have security staff working extra hard to protect him.
Having run out of hateful things to say about Trump, Barron got the brunt of the verbal thrashing yesterday that hasn’t stopped since it started. Youtube gamer Jesse Cox sent out a Tweet the afternoon of the Inauguration that didn’t hold back, saying, “I’m going to say it. I HATE Barron Trump. He always looks bored, tired, and smug. At least pretend that you were raised right.” Strange coming from an adult who makes a living playing video games.
Perhaps the worst was when the 10-year-old became a target by Saturday Night Live comedian Katie Rich who thinks she’s pretty funny but is actually grossly depraved. “Barron will be the country’s first homeschool shooter.” Ironically, most mass shooters have been Democrat, so her comment is at minimum misguided, but definitely a deranged thing to say about a kid who has more class in his pinky finger than this leftists nitwit has in her entire body.
What child as young as Barron wouldn’t be “bored” after hours of ceremonies he had to be up for at the crack of dawn? Surely the gamer who “hates” him gets bored far easier than a kid who is 1/3 of his age, which is why Cox made a career out of doing what he spent his whole childhood doing to prevent “boredom.” Barron wasn’t bored or “smug,” he’s just 10-years-old and even at that young age, managed to upstage his father yesterday when he was caught keeping his baby nephew busy with a sweet game of peek-a-boo as Trump was signing staff nominations.
Barron has a set of incredible parents, including a mother who puts him first by staying behind so he can finish school in New York, and a father who he undoubtedly shares a self-assuredness to see that these digusting remarks for what they are — jealousy in words.