Have we lost all of our civility as human beings?
Wait. Don’t answer that. I’m frankly a little afraid of what the answer might be.
Recent years have brought Americans ever closer to the brink of conflict with one another. Just this weekend, in Portland, Oregon, warring factions of protestors created the turmoil that led to the savage beating of conservative journalist Andy Ngo – an incident that has gained national attention as we continue to divide ourselves down political lines drawn by the mainstream media.
For the left, the most unruly and hysterical of the bunch are said to be suffering from “Trump Derangement Syndrome” – a barely fictional affliction in which the very idea of anything Trumpian will turn them into a rabid, vociferous whirlwind of “resistance” rage.
Heck, it turns out that even the number “45” can whip them into a frenzy.
However, some on the social media network who saw the trend thought President Trump, the 45th president of the United States, had died while others took delight in that notion.
Just how uncouth and inexcusable was the takeover?
— Trillbury Dough Boy 👨🏽🍳 (@bakersgram) July 3, 2019
— Dope_Vanilla (@Iam_SarahMarie) July 3, 2019
— The Black Kennedy 🤵🏾 (@UrsineNoir) July 3, 2019
When I saw the hash tag #RIP45 , I never clicked on something so fast!!!
— Victoria😘👨👩👦👦🤰🏽 (@Abiava1) July 3, 2019
This is why I earlier chose not to have the question about our civility answered.
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