Unhinged Trump haters unironically bullied Melania Trump in response to her tweet encouraging kindness.
“I encourage everyone to test the power of kindness on Random Acts of Kindness Day,” the first lady tweeted. “It’s an opportunity to teach our children the importance of taking care of one another.”
Melania sent the tweet in honor of “Random Acts of Kindness Day,” which had been trending on social media over the weekend.
I encourage everyone to test the power of kindness on #RandomActsofKindnessDay. It’s an opportunity to teach our children the importance of taking care of one another.
— Melania Trump 45 Archived (@FLOTUS45) February 17, 2018
Online trolls immediately pounced on Mrs. Trump despite her benign tweet simply because they hate her husband.
** LANGUAGE WARNING **
Tell your husband.
— jordan (@JordanUhl) February 17, 2018
Your random act could be convincing your husband to resign.
— ShrinkDog (@Juleebug11) February 17, 2018
Fuck your excuses.
Fuck your inaction.
Fuck your thoughts and prayers.
Fuck your ignorance.
Fuck your “If the teachers were armed…”
Fuck your guns.
DO something already.
— Riley Jacob (@damnitsriley) February 17, 2018
Who wrote this for you. Michelle Obama?
— Jeff Newman (@hi_sannu) February 18, 2018
Get this: Cyberbullies ruthlessly bullied Melania, demanding she launch her anti-bullying campaign. Does the stupid irony make your head spin?
Who wrote this for you? When is that anti cyber bullying campaign going to get started? Face it chickie, you’re pretty; but playing politics—maybe not your thing.
— Terri Lynn Rutter (@terrilynnrutter) February 18, 2018
Meanwhile, Melania Trump fans had her back and wrote messages of support.
Melania has done nothing to deserve all the HATE from you libs
— Dee Hill (@Dee33305261) February 17, 2018
You are an amazing person Melania, thank you for encouraging this!
— PRESIDENT Lil Trump (@USAneedsTRUMP) February 17, 2018
Thank you Melania! and I must say its so refreshing to see grace and beauty back in the white house that has been unmatched since Jacqueline Kennedy. Its truly a blessing!@realDonaldTrump
— Tim Walsh (@mrtimwalsh) February 17, 2018
It has been a busy weekend for the first lady, who visited the wounded at Florida hospitals and thanked first responders for their bravery after 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people during a shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
President Trump shared photos of himself visiting patients like 18-year-old Madeline Wilford and others who preferred to not be photographed due to injuries.
The Trumps thanked doctors, nurses and the entire staff at Broward Health North Medical Center, which treated most of the shooting victims because it was closest to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
The Trumps also paid homage to all the first responders who reacted so quickly and bravely during last week’s school massacre.
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