St Jude family, attacked after thanking Eric Trump for $16 mil in donations. Now, they’re fighting back.

The left’s deranged hatred of President Donald Trump knows no bounds, as was seen when they turned their venom on a woman for thanking the president’s son, Eric, for reportedly helping raise $16.3 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The saga began when the woman responded to a tweet from Eric Trump plugging St Jude’s, calling it “the best cause in the world!”

“It has truly been one of the most important and meaningful missions of my life,” he added.

The woman would later explain in a video she did for the #WalkAway movement that her nephew, Zachary, is a cancer survivor who was treated at St. Jude’s at just 4-years-old and that she was forever grateful to the hospital and its staff, who are still helping the child deal with the aftereffects of his treatment.

“So I vow to say thank you to anybody who helps make that hospital run,” she said.

When Trump responded to her tweet, she said “the hate that has come out is unreal. Unreal.”

And it was because of this nastiness, which she said included claims she didn’t have a family member who was treated at St. Judes, that led her to do a video encouraging others to reject the hate.

She was also accused of being a Russian bot, naturally.

In the video, the woman remarked on how awful the attacks are on President Trump and his family, and anyone associated with them.

“This whole thing that is going on with this… the [vitriol], the angry… the nastiness, just the hate that is surrounding the president and his family and just anybody who is affiliated with him at all is just… it’s just awful,” she said.

“Now you’re gonna attack a charity? You’re gonna attack a St. Jude family, someone who went through hell for four years” she said of the hatred from the left. “Come on now. So I’m seeing where they just have no boundaries. They don’t care. They have no conscience [whatsoever].”

“I don’t understand how we have become so hateful in our society. I don’t get it and all I did was say thank you,” the woman added.

On a positive note, she said the support by people who are rejecting the hate on the left “greatly outnumbered the nastiness.”

“That was me. The #WalkAway folks have been amazing and now their support has greatly outnumbered the nastiness,” the woman tweeted. “They even tracked down his fundraiser for St. Jude and donated. I am in awe.”

Tom Tillison


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