Another celebrity infected with TDS has stepped up to blame Melania Trump after she was booed by Baltimore students at a summit on opioid awareness.
Melania gave a speech as part of her own initiative to help combat opioid addiction, but was met with boos and jeering when she took the stage.
According to Trump-hater Rob Reiner, Melania was not booed by young school kids due to parents, mentors, and teachers’ failure to teach them respect.
It wasn’t because of the left-wing brainwashing going on in the school system.
No, according to Reiner, it simply “comes with the territory.”
Melania deserves the boos for “being married to a criminal who’s destroying democracy.”
Here’s what Reiner had to say on Twitter:
Leftist "comedian" Dana Goldberg took things a step further, accusing the first lady of being a "birther" and calling Melania herself "racist to the core:
Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker in Star Wars, also mocked Melania for being booed, renaming Melania's opioid awareness campaign "BeBest" in a disrespectful tweet :
In case you haven't seen it, here's the original clip of Melania being booed (and her pure classy response to it):
On the other hand, Tomi Lahren of Fox Nation sounded off on the "epidemic" of young people being "completely disrespectful" after being taught it's their moral right to do so by the leftist media and Democrats.
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Breitbart has more to say:
Left-wing Hollywood actor-director Rob Reiner attacked First Lady Melania Trump after she was booed as she took the stage on Tuesday to speak at a Baltimore high school about the opioid crisis crippling whole swaths of the country.
“Don’t think I’ve ever heard of a First Lady being booed. But when you’re married to a Criminal who’s destroying Democracy, it comes with the territory,” Rob Reiner said.
Don’t think I’ve ever heard of a First Lady being booed. But when you’re married to a Criminal who’s destroying Democracy, it comes with the territory.
— Rob Reiner (@robreiner) November 26, 2019
Reiner’s toxic tweet attacking Mrs. Trump came mere hours after his regularly schedule screed, in which he ceaselessly attempts to justify the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
“There is no question: This President is a Criminal who has committed voluminous Impeachable Offenses. The evidence is overwhelming,” Reiner said on Monday. “The path has been cleared for principal witnesses to testify. Be Patriots. Come forward. End this Nightmare. Save Democracy.”
The Washington Post had the following to say about Melania's disrespectful greeting at the Baltimore summit:
Despite an almost assured adverse reception, first lady Melania Trump spoke about opioid abuse at the B’More Youth Summit for Opioid Awareness in a city that President Trump derided as a “rat and rodent infested mess” in a July tweet.
She was met with boos and hisses the second she stepped onstage from a crowd that consisted of mostly high school and middle school students. The boos were sustained for one minute of her five-minute speech, and the audience spoke throughout.
The summit — held at a basketball arena on the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s campus — was co-hosted by the DEA 360 Campaign and the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation. And as the boos were still ringing out, before the first lady spoke, Jim Wahlberg (brother of Mark) asked members of the audience to stand up if they or someone they knew had been affected by the opioid epidemic. At least a third of the audience stood up. Wahlberg asked the audience to have respect for the people standing and for the families there who had to bury their children.
Then he introduced Trump, and the boos began again.
Students who booed said later that they did so because they believe the president is racist and were offended by his comments about Baltimore. Robert Johnson III, an eighth-grader at Mount Royal School, pointed out that Melania Trump had been accused of plagiarizing Michelle Obama’s convention speech and said he found that bothersome. “I started to dislike her,” he said, adding that her husband’s comments about Baltimore were irritating, too. “How you going to be a president, with Baltimore being in the United States, and you talk trash about a place that’s in the United States? He’s a coward, and he don’t really care about us.”
Some students, however, were happy to see her and said the fact that she came to Baltimore was meaningful.
The first lady did not acknowledge the reaction and carried on with her remarks, as the logo for her “Be Best” initiative was shown on the screen behind her. One of the initiative’s three pillars is combating opioid abuse.