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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Liberal parents force "their kids" to write to Trump: "Be Kind"

Liberal parents are freaking out. All their hopes and dreams have been smashed against the rocks in their heads now that Hillary Clinton has been rendered irrelevant and Donald J. Trump has become our next PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!!" 

The poor dear parents of the urchins are at wits end regarding what they can do to protect their munchkins from the evil clutches of Trump. Some major 'news' outlets have even provided 'helpful' guides on how to talk to kids about Trump.

But once the parents put their minds into gear, they came up with a liberal solution: force their little tykes to write #kidslettersoTrump. Hopefully, this would help the little whippersnappers from having to partake in intense psychotherapy and avoid long-term emotional trauma.

A Facebook group with 12,000 frightened members was organized. They asked parents to use their children's 'innocent crayon drawings' and 'adorably misspelled messages to persuade Trump to "be nice" and to educate him "about the importance of being kind to other people, even if they're different than you are."

These vomit-worthy sentiments swiftly made their way onto the Internet, but it was obviously as truthful as a Clinton testimony that the "letters" were written by Kindergarten age children.

One alleged 6-year-old wrote: "Dear Mr. Trump, Kids in my class are very scared. Please don't kick them out. In my school we get sent to the wall when we're in trouble. My friends did not do anything wrong. Don't send them to the wall. Love, Abby."

Gee, when I was a kid, my parents didn't scare me with their political beliefs. They allowed me to be a kid and form my own beliefs as an adult.

Another "child's" letter read: "Dear Mr. Trump, I won an award at school for kindness and respect. I think you should be kind and do not!! build a wall between Mexico and America. Because we have friends there. Please be kind. Sincerely Henry."

Molly Spence Sahebjami is the liberal who came up with the Facebook group idea. She claims that where she lives, the kids only knew Donald Trump as "the mean one." Her 5-year-old son was concerned about what Trump has said about Muslims. 

When did 5-year-old kids start following politics, or even presidential elections? Where did they learn about Trump's views on Muslims and immigration? 

If you believe that a 5-year-old came up with that on their own, well, you probably believe snakes have hips, the moon landing was faked, that 9-11 was an inside job and Alex Jones knows the real truth about everything. 

Sahebjami told the Washington Post that she wanted the election to be a "teachable moment" and hopes the letters resonate with Trump and his son Barron. 

Trump supporters saw the balderdash before long and responded in that Trumpian way for which they are known.

My very own 6-year-old also wrote to Trump: "Dear President-elect Trump, Congratulations on your amazing victory in the presidential election. Beating Hillary Clinton must have been incredibly gratifying and a real shadenfreude for you. The kids in my Kindergarten class went wild after staying up all night watching the election results. Way to go. You said you were going to win and you kept your promise.

"Thank you for providing us at Main Street Elementary with a sense of national security, something Miss McAlpine says is very important for all of us. We have a fence around our school but a wall would be even better to keep out bad people who might want to do us harm like Islamic extremists whose goals are to create a world caliphate--something my daddy said is very bad for people like us who are not Muslim. Thank you also for promising to build our military to protect us and to preserve our liberties and freedoms.

"Anyway, I have to go watch my cartoons now--see you around the White House, Mr. Trump. Sincerely, Johnny"