Just When Things Can’t Get Worse For Barron Something Else Terrible Happens To Him

Seriously, for the party that claims to be all about love and tolerance, they sure don’t practice it. There is a certain level of common decency that people should have when it comes to kids in the public eye, correct? Take for instance, Baron Trump. There are plenty of people who do not agree with Donald Trump, but that does not mean you can attack his young son. Apparently, that memo has not reached the desks of liberals.

I am not sure why the left has such a strong fascination with Baron Trump, but they just won’t let up. First, there was Rosie O’Donnell who called him autistic, and then when an SNL writer saying he would be “the next homeschool shooter.” If those comments were not disgusting enough here is one “comedian” who’s joke is pissing off the internet.

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What the hell is wrong with people? This is a ten-year-old boy, not your ticket to fame buddy. Well, you may become famous, but not for the right reasons.

Granted Stephen Spinola issued an apology saying, “I believe in math and the stats are saying I made a bad joke,” he wrote. “I truly apologize if it hurt Barron Trump’s feelings. And that’s all I can say.”

Maybe he was hoping this would jumpstart his pathetic career, but all it may have done was kill it off.

These people have no respect for anyone and that is obvious by the way they treat innocent people. I know for myself that no matter how much I did not like Barack Obama or Michelle, I never did poke fun at their children. The reason is simple, they did not choose the life they are in, which means there are not open for public mockery.

I can only hope that this man does not profit off this, but who knows, liberals love people who prey on the innocent.

H/T [ Young Conservatives ]

 

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