Trump Jr. just made a huge mistake while exploiting Mollie Tibbetts’s murder and got called out by actor Tom Payne


The president’s son, Donald Trump Jr. recently took to Twitter to support his father’s hateful efforts to exploit the horrifying murder of University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts and use her death as a flashpoint in his demonization campaign against immigrants.

Don Jr. couldn’t help throwing in some misogyny at the same time, shamefully insulting the 43% of women who experience harassment while running and discrediting the real issue at hand here, which is the violent reaction of men of all colors, races, and legal status when faced with female rejection.

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Of course, he wouldn’t be Don Jr. without making some kind of easily preventable unforced error, like misspelling the name of the poor girl in his eagerness to attack a feminist for her spot-on analysis of what happened.

One of the stars of the popular show Walking Dead took to Twitter to embarrass him and take the few teeth that remained out of the First Son’s disgusting remarks.


The spiteful furor that the Trump family directs at both feminism and ethnic diversity is a perfect illustration of how modern conservatism consists of nothing but petty grievances and hateful animus against anything that threatens the rapidly disintegrating socioeconomic dominance of the white Christian male, entirely devoid of all redeeming value or political principle beyond those of white supremacy.

It’s beyond disgraceful to see the Trumps weaponizing this appalling crime and turning it into an excuse to justify their soft ethnic cleansing and incarceration regime against the millions of innocent undocumented people who live and work in the United States in peace and harmony.

Join millions calling for AG Barr to resign after he defied his constitutional obligations to protect Trump!

Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.