Wow! The Democrats have no shame when it comes to how they treat President Trump. They just keep piling on without stopping in their effort to make the president look bad at every turn.
Last night was no exception…
After a successful raid in which the leader of ISIS was killed, you’d think Trump would feel some love from the Swamp in D.C. It wasn’t to be.
He showed up at the World Series game last night and was treated horribly by the crowd who booed him and shouted: “lock him up!” VIDEO BELOW
To add insult to injury, the Dems then went after Trump because he didn’t bring his son to the game with him! Thank goodness he didn’t!
Rob Anderson tweeted out admonishing President Trump for not being a “family man” and has over 31k likes ON THIS ONE COMMENT:
A Father not taking his son to a baseball game, let alone a World Series game, is perhaps the worst indictment of a “family man” I’ve ever heard.
I have a feeling Trump could have gotten Barron a ticket, if he got tickets for Scalise and Gaetz.
— Rob Anderson for Louisiana (@RobAnderson2018) October 28, 2019
VIDEO FROM LAST NIGHT’S GAME BELOW:
President Trump attended game 5 of the World Series between the Houston Astros and the Nationals at the National’s home stadium in D.C. tonight.
President Trump reportedly declined to throw the first pitch at the game. The honor of throwing the first pitch was given to the far-left, pro-illegal immigrant, chef, restaurant owner, and Trump critic, José Andrés.
Videos have been circulating on social media of unhinged, anti-Trump fans shouting, “Lock him up!” It’s strange, but the chant appears to be coming from a small crowd in one section of the ballpark, and not from everyone in the park, as the media would like everyone to believe.
— Monica Alba (@albamonica) October 28, 2019
In another video, fans can be heard cheering for President Trump, as he stands next to First Lady Melania Trump and waves from the suite where he’s seated with GOP House members, Matt Gaetz (R-CA) and Rep. Mark Meadows, along with Republican Senator Lindsey Graham.
The World Series is tied at two games apiece between the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros. It is the first World Series appearance for a Washington, D.C., team since 1933.
The principal owner of the Washington Nationals, Mark Lerner, said last week that Trump “should be at” Game 5 of the World Series despite anyone’s political views.
“Well, he has every right to come,” Lerner said. “He’s the president of the United States, whether you like him or not. It’s a special event. He should be at it.”
This tweet says how many Americans are going to feel after watching the unhinged Nationals fans chant:
And just like that I am rooting for Houston! https://t.co/ONo4GY5XtM
— Dan Garrison (@iamjumpingin) October 28, 2019