The most Disgusting Parent Ever – the Election Brings Out the Worst in this Mom

The election season has been simply tiresome.

The primary was painful, the general election campaign was hard to stomach, and finally the entire campaign lasted far too long (over 15 months)!

Which is why I hoped that when President Elect Trump finally won the long hard slog that we’d be able to move on to other topics to discuss. Sadly, the massive meltdown that the liberals current find themselves mired in is having disturbing effects on our country.

One case study in particular which I’m sure you’ll find as hard to stomach as I did is in the video below.

A mom discovered that her young son had voted for Mr. Trump in an elementary school election and had decided to teach him a lesson in the most disgusting way possible. She yelled at him, cursed at him, and told him to leave her house as she excoriated him for his fake vote. As her son cried, begged, and apologized the woman laughed at him and mocked him for his poor decision.

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It’s heartbreaking, but instructive of how far our culture has fallen.

Be forewarned, the video is hard to watch…

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