A newly minted social media troll has been busy harassing Target shoppers who are upset over recent changes the retail chain made to scale back gender-based merchandising.
Progressives have been applauding the decision to remove “boy” and “girl” aisles from Target’s toy sections and have been kidding themselves into thinking the move is more “gender-inclusive.”
Saner heads think quite differently, and realize both “boys” and “girls” are being excluded from the merchandise lexicon, as Target cowers before the growing alter of political correctness.
Earlier this week, evangelist Franklin Graham called for parents to contact Target regarding their concern over the incessant kowtowing to the perpetually offended.
Now, it seems those who voice their opinions may get a visit from a progressive troll who’s coined himself “Ask for help” and apparently lives in the gender-denying fantasyland.
Mike Melgaard is his name (so he claims), and trolling God-fearing Target shoppers is his game.
Melgaard is so proud of his trolling efforts where he acts as a Target customer service rep, he started his own Facebook page to highlight his personal favs.
Apparently Melgaard is an ageist. For those who’ve never heard the term, it refers to someone who discriminates against the elderly, which Melgaard clearly does.
Let’s face it, shopping in big-box stores can be a tedious exercise in patience, and people of ALL ages appreciate knowing where to find merchandise quickly and easily.
Don’t feel badly for falling for Melgaard’s trick, Deanna. Normal people aren’t expecting someone to have so much time on their hands as to be able to troll people online pretending to be someone they’re not.
But, times have changed haven’t they?
And good for Stacy, she kept her complaint both civil and educational:
No “FAIL” at all, Stacy.
No one is saying boys can’t play with Barbies, or with play kitchens, or wear pink, or anything else. They’re just saying denying the basic existence of “boys” and “girls” and their differences is just plum crazy.
Chele’s had enough of the situation, and lets Target and “Ask for Help” have it with a different kind of “education.”
Really? That’s where Mel lets it end with Chele? Perhaps he’s been shopping in the girl section too long.
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