Sunday, February 26, 2017


Dear Mr. President You Nazi Prick

The video series, “Dear Mr. President: Letters from the American Children,” opens with a young boy excited about the prospect of a political outsider bridging the disconnect between the Washington establishment and the American people, but things go downhill from there.

“When you speak on things that make me feel uncomfortable, or I disagree with, you make me feel small because I know I can’t change it,” one girl remarks.”

“Most of my family is black. I’m afraid that you’re going to hurt some of us blacks,” a young boy slowly recites to the camera.”

“Some of my friends are really scared about you building a wall, and the travel band [sic], because a lot of their families live in different places,” another young girl says, referencing Trump’s executive order on immigration.”

“Just because I’m Mexican doesn’t mean you can build a wall in my country,” an older girl states.”

In one video, a young girl tells Trump, “don’t let people have guns.” In the other video, a boy claims that Trump is “attempting to whitewash America.””

Another boy says Trump’s policy on refugees is “unfair,” and the boy after him said there was no need to hate other countries “based on the actions of a single group or organization.”

NBC News’ video on YouTube is being heavily downvoted.

Media insiders are buzzing that Andy Lack wants NBC to become “the next Fox News Being a progressive1, however, renders him and ilk incapable of eschewing leftist political propaganda in favor of agit-propping



Tom Smith said...

Reminds me of leftist dictators that surround themselves with children and goad them into reading script..........

Anonymous said...

Lets count the ways that this differs from the Hitler Youth.

1: .....................................


Anonymous said...

Watching those kids makes us re-think our opposition to abortion (and makes us wish it could be retroactive).

It also makes us want to do violence to the producers of that video and to the parents of those kids.

Ann Hedonia & Sam Paku

Don Curton said...

When those little $h1ts are old enough to hold jobs and pay taxes then maybe they can have an opinion. Better yet, since Obama decided they can ride their parents insurance plan until age 26, let's not allow them to voice an opinion or vote until age 27.

My son now gets a weekly dose of conservative small govt. desire every time he looks at his paycheck. I make sure and point out all the people that get a portion of the money he worked for just to keep him agitated. It's a whole different story now.

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