Children of politicians, especially young ones, remain off limits. But the tolerant left forgot that basic courtesy on Inauguration Day when so many attacked 10-year-old Barron Trump.
Hate President Donald Trump as much as you want, but don’t attack his children. Lord knows I couldn’t stand President Obama, but I would never attack his daughters.
That it even need be said is ridiculous, but mocking the 10-year-old child of a politician you loathe is odious, immoral, & self-defeating
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) January 21, 2017
These leftists should listen to Tapper, who always seems to become the voice of reason during a controversy.
Something tells me this Saturday Night Live writer will keep her job. I know if I said anything like this, Professor Jacobson would have my head.
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) January 21, 2017
How do I know? Back in 2009 the professor made clear his feelings about attacking the children of politicians:
Obama did not make Malia an issue or use her as a “prop,” which were the excuses used to go after Trig. The children of politicians inevitably appear in public, at campaign events, or in photos, but that does not make them fair game.
Regardless of who is to blame and who hyped what for whatever reason, leave the kid alone. Period.
I’m thankful to work at a civilized place. While Rich’s tweet is by far the worst, it’s not the only one out there.
Barron Trump will be mutilating cats on the white house lawn in like two weeks
— joe mande (@JoeMande) January 20, 2017
Is it just me or does Barron Trump look like King Joffrey? pic.twitter.com/lJKVyfqgDw
— Game of Thrones Memes (@Thrones_Memes) January 21, 2017
Melania Trump received a lot of criticism for not appearing on the campaign trail with Trump. But with the way that people attack her son can you blame her? I bet the kid has a hard enough time trying to enjoy a normal life and that’s all Melania wants to give him. Make life for him as normal as possible.
Screw you, leftists. Quit preaching for tolerance when you can’t even be nice to a kid.DONATE
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