Leftists wish to see the President Dead #WrongTrump

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Donald Trump and Robert Trump in 1999

Leftist took to twitter to wish for Trump’s death

Many prominent leftists took to twitter to start the trend “#wrongtrump” following the death of Donald Trump’s brother Robert. Robert passed away at 71 years old after multiple hospitalizations recently due to brain bleeds. While many wished their condolences for the Trump family, others used this as another opportunity to bash Trump. This time they tried to blame Trump for not dying.

#wrongtrump trends on Twitter

Bishop Talbert Swan among others supported the twitter trend “#wrongtrump” that wishes Donald Trump would have died instead of this brother. They openly stated what they have wanted for the last 4 years. The far left wants to see Trump dead. There has always been a level of common human dignity in politics. However, the left doesn’t have it anymore. It is very gross to wish the death of the president. This hashtag was trending #2 on Twitter yesterday as many far left people joined in on this treacherous idea.

This twitter trend and its support goes to show the ongoing theme of the left that will oppose President Trump on everything and wanting him to fail. Whenever a president fails, the country does as well. While every American does have the freedom to speak their mind, there was always some respect around the death of any public figure. Instead the left is using the death of Robert Trump to jab at Donald Trump. This type of behavior should be confronted. The Silent majority has stayed quiet for far to long and they need to use their freedom. Thankfully there are a few sound minds that did speak out such as Bryson Gray.

Rest In Peace Robert Trump

The Trump family will continue to mourn Robert Trump. “It is with heavy heart I share that my wonderful brother, Robert, peacefully passed away tonight,” the president said in a statement. “He was not just my brother, he was my best friend. He will be greatly missed, but we will meet again. His memory will live on in my heart forever. Robert, I love you. Rest in peace.”