So much for the “tolerant left.”
Teen opera sensation Jackie Evancho is being viciously harassed and bullied online after revealing she will sing the national anthem at Donald Trump‘s presidential inauguration on Jan. 20.
Evancho, 16, has been barraged with angry comments from Trump haters urging her not to sing at the ceremony and calling her a sell-out and a traitor.
No one complained when Evancho performed for President Obama in 2010 at the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony. She performed again for Obama in 2012 at the National Prayer Breakfast.
Nothing says #careersuicide like Jackie Evancho performing at the Inauguration. Her career is failing already. She'll never live this down.
— Liat Herrnstein (@kristy082699) December 14, 2016
Evancho said she’s used to bullying because her sister, Juliet, is transgender.
“My family is kind of a big target,” Evancho told People. “I have a transgender sister and so a lot of hate goes towards us. I also get a lot of love. We pay most attention to that.”
Despite the backlash, Evancho can’t wait to perform at Trump’s inauguration. “I feel like it’s going to be a big audience, and I love big audiences!” , she gushed.
— Trump Inauguration (@TrumpInaugural) December 14, 2016
Jackie Evancho, 16, skyrocketed to fame in 2010 when she placed second on “America’s Got Talent.” At age 10, she became the youngest solo artist to go platinum.
Meanwhile, world-renowned tenor Andrea Bocelli was also targeted by Trump haters amid false rumors that he was asked to perform at the inauguration.
Tom Barracks, head of Trump’s inauguration, said Bocelli will not perform at the ceremony and was never asked to.
How ironic that libtards are harassing a child and a blind man after calling Trump a bully.
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