‘Spare the child’: Before attacking Trump’s son online, think first if you want those words being said to your kids, FB user says

Image captured from Melissa Earnest's post via Facebook
  • A Facebook user is urging the haters of United States President Donald Trump to spare the official’s 10-year-old son from online attacks
  • She said ‘no child deserves to be talked to in such a manner’
  • She said the haters must ask themselves first if they want those harsh words being said to their own kids

Spare the US President Donald Trump’s 10-year-old son from online attacks, haters are being urged.

On Facebook, a social media user is urging Trump’s haters to stop subjecting the US president’s 10-year-old son to online attacks; asking them to think of their own kids first before saying hurtful words to the official’s child.

“When you tuck your children into bed, look them in the eyes and ask yourself, ‘could I say these things to my baby?’ Whether you like or dislike the Trumps — this is their ten-year-old son. He is still growing and words hurt. Words have the potential to form a person while they are growing into their adult years. Would you say these things to your own child? ” M. Ernest wrote.

The Facebook user noted how the boy, Barron, had been subjected to hateful online attacks even before his father took his seat as the new US president.

“Long before his Father, President Donald J. Trump, was sworn in – this child became the center of hateful online attacks. From a certain celebrity attempting to diagnose him with a neurological disorder with her degree from “The University of Google” to now, when a writer from Saturday Night Live decided to make a tweet saying that he would be the ‘first homeschool shooter.’ Which she must not do any research because he does attend an actual school,” she stated.

Moreover, Ernest stressed that no child must be talked to is such a rude manner.

“No child deserves to be talked to in such a manner…. He is a child. He is to be respected and he is off limits!” she said.

As of posting, the Facebook post has already generated 2.7 million reactions and 1.2 million shares.

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