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Don Jr. Gets Mocked For Suggesting Confederate Statues Should Be Replaced With Ones Of His Father

Back in June, protesters in the Lafayette Square area of Washington, D.C., attempted to topple a bronze statue of President Andrew Jackson and were driven away from the Jackson statue by U.S. Park Police officers who used pepper spray to disperse the crowd.

Andrew Jackson, it should be noted, was indeed the 7th President of the United States. He was also a slaveholder who gladly massacred thousands of Native Americans. In other words, not exactly the best person to ever hold the office. Which might explain why he’s one of Donald Trump’s idols.

In response to the actions of the protesters, Trump fired off angry tweets:

Of course, what the president neglected to mention (probably because he didn’t know and isn’t bright enough to do a Google search) is that there are already vandalism laws on the books and he doesn’t have the right to impose laws like some sort of 21st century Napoleon. That’s not how the system works. But as Trump has proven time and time again, he has no idea how the U.S government works.

Desperate to please his father, Donald Trump Jr. (aka Traitor Tot) decided he’d try to join the debate, so he made his own Twitter posting on the matter of statues (most of which have been of Confederate “heroes”) being torn down:

Poor Junior! He so desperately wants to be relevant and kiss his father’s fat ass at the same time. But all his efforts earned him was endless mocking on social media:

Junior, much like his father, doesn’t have enough self-awareness or brains to fill a thimble. All he’s got is a name, and that too is becoming more infamous than famous with each moronic tweet.

By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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