As Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America, many on the left had a collective meltdown.
Their epic tantrum was preceded by two months of child-like tantrums along with attacking then-president-elect Trump at every turn as a racist, bigot, sexist, you name it, they threw it at him. Unfortunately such rhetoric, which amounts to baseless accusations from redefining or using broad interpretations of the words, has become the norm in American politics as those on the left seem to be racing to the bottom in attacking their opposition.
It’s a terrible strategy, and it only serves to further divide an already torn nation. But while we’ve grown to expect liberals to lash out and launch vile attacks against Republican politicians, never has it been okay to go after their children, who are considered to be “off limits” by pretty much everybody.
However, it seems as if asking how low the left can go is being taken as a challenge, which was evident yesterday after Trump was sworn in. Unhinged liberals, apparently tiring of attacking the elder Trump, went after young Barron, who’s only 10 years old and showed amazing poise during the hours-long, physically grueling inauguration festivities.
Check it out:
YouTube gamer Jesse Cox had this to say:
Then there was “Saturday Night Live” writer Katie Rich, who apparently just couldn’t help herself when she said:
Isn’t that nice? Now don’t forget, when Obama took office, his daughters were around Barron’s age, and they were considered to be off limits…rightfully so. It’s never okay to attack a child, especially a 10-year-old child, just because you don’t like their father’s politics.
In fact, doing so shows a level of depravity that should be professionally treated, not tolerated in the public arena.
Besides, I’m not sure what they’re so upset about anyway. Throughout the entire inauguration, Barron held up well, and as the YoungCons noted, even managed to steal the show from his father as the President was signing nominations.
How can you attack that? Sick, sick people, that’s how.