Trump may not be pleased, but Bernie doesn't seem to mind. Earlier in the week, we heard headlines reading "Front-Runner Donald Trump, Not Proud of Children Mimicking his Deportation Rhetoric." There have been incidents of white children pointing to their darker-skinned classmates and saying, "You'll be deported when Donald Trump is president!" While it may concern Mr. Trump that people are repeating what he's saying in the exact same context, CNN's least favorite candidate, Bernie Sanders, doesn't seem to have a problem with a similar issue he's having.
Across the country, "Millennials" have been reported to be a part of a new type of bullying. It consists of pointing and calling out people in the lower middle class and those of color with statements such as "You're going to get educated when Bernie Sanders is elected!" and even going as far as pointing out people in the welfare lines and shouting things such as, "You're going to get a livable wage when Bernie Sanders is elected!"
A Virginia school district confirmed a story about a third grader being told by his classmates that he would, "live in a society that cares about everyone if Sanders became president." The child's mother took to Facebook to voice her disgust, writing, "I just got a call from my son's teacher that two of his classmates pointed out the 'Middle-Easterner' in the class and shouted, "You'll be treated fairly when Bernie Sanders is elected!" They singled him out because of the color of his skin In third grade. in Fairfax County in 2016."