Right here’s an exquisite and joyful Instagram from Julie Bowen, who attended the Girls’s March, like thousands and thousands of individuals around the globe. Julie attended the march in LA and he or she even wore the fantastic pink hat. For those who go to her IG web page, you’ll see that the feedback on her IGs are a f—king mess. I’ve by no means actually considered Julie Bowen as that political, nor did I ever assume that she would discover herself in some politically-charged controversy, however that is Child Fists’ America in any case. It’s the second the place comparatively benign social media posts from one of the crucial fashionable actresses on one of the crucial fashionable tv reveals within the nation will one way or the other draw the ire of the Deplorables.
So what occurred precisely? Throughout the precise inauguration, Bowen began posting screencaps of Barron Trump and making some feedback about how he appeared just about over this entire mess. Remember… she wasn’t commenting on paparazzi pictures or one thing like that. The Trump household selected to carry Barron out in public to affix within the inauguration. He was seated simply behind his father, and the cameras caught him on display many instances. That is only a pattern of the type of benign feedback Julie Bowen made:
Like, that’s it. She wasn’t working round, diagnosing Barron with any type of situation. She wasn’t saying something unhealthy concerning the child aside from he seemed barely embarrassed and bored. And for that, the super-sensitive deplorable snowflakes claimed she was “stalking” and “bullying” Barron and that she’s a “leftist idiot” and a “dumb bitch.” Julie reacted by NOT taking the Instagrams down. She additionally tweeted this response to the criticism:
.@MyraLisa I like that Barron is a child being a child. My youngsters can be a horror present at a public occasion! Simply making an attempt to maintain it gentle.
— Julie Bowen (@itsJulieBowen) January 20, 2017
Yeah. I’m Group Julie Bowen. I imagine that nobody ought to assault, bully or trash-talk Barron Trump or any youngster. However when the kid is the a part of the First Household – and thus, a public determine – it’s okay to easily remark. Like, “Oh, there’s Barron Trump.” Or “Hey, Barron seems to be so bored.” That’s not bullying or stalking.
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