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Cyberbully-in-Chief, Citizens Are Legitimately Concerned

When President-elect Donald Trump raises his fingers to send out a mean tweet attacking ordinary American citizens, people become genuinely concerned. Have we elected as president someone with such thin skin, that Americans suddenly have to be afraid of criticizing their president for fear of cyberbullying reprisals? Parents, teachers, and others in educational circles are trying hard to teach their children that it is not OK to be a cyberbully. What message are they getting, what lessons are they learning, from watching someone who is about to ascend to the highest office in the land practice malicious cyberbullying with impunity? How are American citizens going to express their constitutional rights to free speech when such speech is impinged upon by thin-skinned president in the White House? What happens when the crazy fringe act upon the malicious tweets of Donald Trump by violently killing his targets? This is a very serious matter, and ignoring it just because it is not happening to you is not an option. Read more…

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