Another liberal star has taken things way too far at the expense of Barron Trump.
Writer and comedian Andrew Hall recently posted a satirical article on Patheos claiming Barron Trump had run away from home.
But the fact it was satire was not immediately made apparent, sending the media into a frenzy over the story.
Was That Supposed to be Funny?
Young children in the White House have always been untouchable to the media.
Regardless of how the opposing party, media, and entertainers felt about the sitting president, his children were not to be criticized or brought up in any way, shape, or form.
Imagine the outrage that would have ensued if conservative publications had torn into Barack Obama’s daughters.
That never happened, though, because conservatives simply had too much respect to dive into those waters.
Hall not only crossed the line, he took it to another level, putting disgusting words in the mouth of Barron Trump anyone with any respect for children would not even consider.
Hall played out a conversation between Barron and some of his friends in his article.
He claimed Barron Trump called his father the “antichrist” and that Barron “doesn’t want to be any part of it.”
The article goes on to say the youngest son of the president ran away, prompting a massive search.
The piece also claimed that George Carlin said: “What every rational person can say for sure is Donald Trump is emotionally unstable and an unfit father.”
But Hall failed to consider how that article would impact 12-year-old Barron.
Once again, this young child has found himself thrust into the headlines negatively.
Additionally, he is no doubt answering some very tough questions from friends, some of whom may have thought the article was based on fact rather than satire.
Liberals seem to have no bounds these days.
Multiple celebrities have now used Barron as a way to attack the president — and it is time to hold them accountable.