President Trump gets a bad rap. We've all seen it. Sure, the guy has some…distinct…qualities. But all too often, the Left depicts him as some cannibal goblin who wants nothing more than to prey on infants and small rabbits. Which is only a slight exaggeration: They have a habit of calling him "Literally Hitler."
Meanwhile cool guy Obama is still seen as some kind of heroic foil.
So it's nice to see and hear things that show Trump's human side. We've seen plenty of it, despite the media's attempts to hide it. Most recently, we heard kind words about Trump from Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, the head rabbi at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. The rabbi shared about 20 minutes with Trump and his family, which is a heck of a lot of time to spend with the President of the United States.
During this time, President Trump partook in candle-lighting, then laid stones on a memorial outside the synagogue.
In an interview with CNN's Alisyn Camerota, Rabbi Myers said:
I must say that throughout the time we spent together, I was pleasantly surprised by a warm and personal side to the president that I don't think America has ever seen.
I wonder why America has never seen that side of Trump? Possibly because the media gatekeepers can't give us any sign that President Trump is not the evil man they swear he is?
I wonder why America has never seen that side of Trump?
Worse yet, we learned earlier this week that the rabbi has received death threats for welcoming President Trump into the synagogue. The irony is too much. Too sickening. So we'll end on this note, the kind words from Rabbi Myers about all of it:
I don't really foist blame upon any person. Hate does not know religion, race, creed, political party. It's not a political issue in any way, shape, or form. Hate does not know any of those things.