Baltimore School Students Boo Melania Trump Before Her Speech On Opioid Awareness


This just goes to show you what public schools – especially those in big, liberal-run cities – are teaching our kids.

Young students at the B’More Youth Summit in Baltimore booed our lovely first lady when she took the stage to speak on Opioid awareness.

What do you say?

Is this evidence of brainwashing?

Here’s the clip of Melania Trump getting booed by the kids at the summit in Baltimore so you can see for yourself:

The summit hosted over 2,000 young school kids, and Melania had decided to speak at the event as part of her "Be Better" campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of Opioid addiction - a cause which Melania is dedicated to addressing and solving.

Reuters has more to say about the disrespectful jeers Mrs. Trump was met with at the event:

 Melania Trump was widely booed when she took the stage at a youth event in Baltimore on Tuesday, an unusually hostile reception for a U.S. first lady. 

The sustained boos, which bookended her remarks and were interrupted by some cheers, marked the latest negative reception for President Donald Trump and the first lady at recent public events. The Republican president is seeking re-election in November 2020 as an impeachment inquiry against him heats up in Congress. 

Baseball fans booed the Republican president at a World Series game in Washington in October. Days later, he was greeted with a mix of cheers and boos at a Mixed Martial Arts event in New York City. All three cities are heavily Democratic. 

The first lady spoke about opioid addiction at the B’More Youth Summit hosted by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, a nonprofit group founded by the actor.  

Yet, Melania remained classy during the entire affair.

NBC News had the following to say about the first lady's response to the boos:

She closed her speech by wishing the crowd a happy Thanksgiving. "Be safe. May God bless you, your families and the United States of America," she said to cheers and even more jeers.

In a statement to NBC News, the first lady said, “We live in a democracy and everyone is entitled to their opinion, but the fact is we have a serious crisis in our country and I remain committed to educating children on the dangers and deadly consequences of drug abuse.”

The event was organized by the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation. The first lady — whose Be Best program has targeted online bullying and the dangers of opioid abuse — was introduced at the event by Jim Wahlberg, brother of actors Mark and Donnie Wahlberg.

"Thank you so much, first lady! We appreciate you," Wahlberg said as he led her off the stage.

You've gotta love Melania and her elegant, level-headed composure even in the most difficult situations.

Show her some love in the comments!

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