Benjy Sarlin of NBC News was ‘unsettled’ because President Trump mocked a man who was supposed to protect innocent kids from danger and instead hid outside of a school and listened as these same kids were shot and killed.
If your Trump Derangement Syndrome is so bad that you’re defending a sackless man who did NOTHING while a monster gunned down children, it might be time to put the Twitter down, walk away and think about your positions a little bit.
The shooting response is a serious failure, but there's something unsettling about the president using a speech to mock an ordinary person who's living with his shame amid universal condemnation
— Benjy Sarlin (@BenjySarlin) February 23, 2018
Someone get this guy a tissue.
So, just to get this straight, it's fine if the entire media calls out the NRA for an event they had nothing to do with, but terrible if the president calls out the individual PAID TO PROTECT STUDENTS when he cowers in silence? https://t.co/NwVuiikhIf
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) February 23, 2018
We’ve suspected for years now that the media is a joke … this past nine days though? Solidified it.
Eh, “ordinary person” makes it sounds like he was just some shmoe who lived across this street. This was an armed and trained officer of the law whose only job was to protect those kids. His failure is beyond that of an "ordinary person."
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) February 23, 2018
But Trump was mean!!!
He deserves the shame. NFM.
— Steve Cox (@RealSteveCox) February 23, 2018
Damn right he does.
But it’s ok to condemn the @NRA for something the literally have nothing to do with…
Unlike the armed officer…
Tell me you’re joking.
— Vince Gottalotta (@VinceGottalotta) February 23, 2018
Seem to remember Obama openly mocking me as someone who clings to my religion and my guns…
— T🐸Frog (@TueborFrog) February 23, 2018
Hrm, we remember that too.
What shame? He's got his pension and full benefits package, and the entire media to defend him and worship him as one of the "real heroes".
— Stephen K (@Gator_Country) February 23, 2018
Then again, these are the same people who were gushing over Kim Jong-un’s sister a couple of weeks ago, so they’re not exactly the best judge of character.