Hatemongers attack Ivanka Trump for celebrating 8-month ‘birthday’ of baby boy

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Scratch a liberal, find a hatemonger.  On Sunday, Ivanka Trump posted a picture of her infant son to celebrate his 8-month birthday — something parents have done for many years.  Predictably, liberal hatemongers slithered out of the woodwork to attack her and her young son.

Twitchy noted:

DARLING right? Even if you’re not a Trump supporter you have to admit, this is one cute baby boy.

Unless of course you’re the hateful, perpetually-pissy Left and then you use this poor little baby to attack his mother and his grandpa.




Not everyone who responded to the photo reacted with hate:


Which of course proves that there are still some human beings left out there…

Unlike these troglodytes:



Twitchy added:

Months and months telling the world how mean Trump is, and this is how they react to a proud mom posting a photo of her baby.

And they wonder WHY they lost?

Liberalism, as I’ve repeatedly said since February 2011, is an ideology of rage and hate.  Liberals prove that assertion correct on just about any given day.

And just think, we have another four years of this to look forward to…


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