As Twitchy reported, a photo of a 5-year-old Syrian boy injured during an airstrike on Aleppo went viral this week, blanketing social media and ending up on the front page of the New York Times. The boy’s name, Omran Daqneesh, quickly became a trending hashtag, with many asking why so little has been done to prevent such tragedies.

Others, like Sally Kohn, saw an opportunity to score some cheap political points for the Hillary Clinton campaign. Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, joined the pile-on on Saturday.

Shame on Trump for demonizing refugees. After calling into a briefing on the resettlement of Syrians fleeing their country, the President of the United States assured citizens that security protocols were in place and scolded those who were “scared of widows and 3-year-old orphans.”

The whole point is moot, though, isn’t it, seeing as Trump holds no elective office and is trailing in the polls?

On Saturday, news spread that Omran’s older brother had died of injuries sustained in the same airstrike.

Coincidentally, little Omran might have been born right around the time when Obama in August 2011 accused President Bashar al-Assad of “imprisoning, torturing, and slaughtering his own people” but insisted that it was “up to the Syrian people to choose their own leaders.”

President Obama did draw one of his red lines in Syria, but when it looked like Assad had stepped right over it, Rep. Nancy Pelosi issued this unprecedented passing of the buck to clear him of responsibility:

Inspired by the photo of Omran, Sen. Dick Durbin this week urged President Obama to take action on his plan to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees in the United States by the end of September … a deadline that’s coming up really quickly.

Rest assured, while Trump continues to campaign, the president and the most qualified presidential candidate in history are ON IT.