Donald Trump, Jr. Reaches Out to Bullied Keaton Jones, Leftist Trolls Reminds Us Who the Bullies Are

"This boy is incredibly brave and the video really got to me."

A video of 12-year-old Keaton Jones went viral Friday, after his mother posted footage of him crying about being bullied at school. The recording was made shortly after the Tennessee mom had to pick up her son from school, as he was too afraid to go to lunch.

In the video, Keaton says that kids call him ugly, make fun of his nose, and say he has no friends. 

"What did they do to you at lunch?" his mom asks. He replies, through tears:

“Poured milk on me and put ham down my clothes. Threw bread at me.”

Asked how that makes him feel, the Horace Maynard Middle School student says:

"It's not okay. People that are different don't need to be criticized about it. It’s not their fault.”

In response to the video, a wealth of celebrities have reached out to Keaton, from Chris Evans to Mark Hamill, from Snoop Dogg to Stranger Things actress Millie Bobbie Brown, from UFC President Dana White to Patricia Arquette, from the daughter of Martin Luther King, Jr. to Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Sunday, Donald Trump, Jr. added himself to the list of those supporting Keaton, tweeting:

“This boy is incredibly brave and the video really got to me. @danawhite, If he takes you up on your offer to see UFC Headquarters, I would be honored to host him and his family at our place if they need somewhere to stay.”

 

Wow. What an incredible offer. Sadly, the left-wing trolls couldn’t let a nice thing stay that way:

 

Of course, that accusation is false; Donald Trump, despite the Left's perpetual love of spreading the lie, did not make fun of a disabled person. Find proof here.

 

 

 

 

Pathetic. Despite the mainstream media's cry of partisan politics when Republicans stand on principle, it is the left-wingers who can't even unite to fight a bully. Instead, they bully Donald Trump, Jr. If this is how Democrats continue to portray themselves, it may be a very long time before they see the inside of the Oval Office again.

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