Liberals Literally Think Trump Jr. Killed a Dinosaur

Recently, liberals suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome fell hook, line and syndrome for a patently fake parody story about how President Donald Trump watches a makeshift gorilla channel for up to 17 hours per day.

Though the story was completely fake (duh!), plenty of notable liberal reporters and activists bought it anyway because, well, they genuinely dislike or outright hate the president that much.

Now, flashback to a month before the 2016 election, when, wouldn’t you know it, the same breed of liberal airheads who would later come to believe Trump watches a makeshift gorilla channel fell for a somewhat similar story about his sons.

According to Truth Revolt, in October of that year conservative commentator Mark Dice hit the streets of what appeared to be California to question unsuspecting beachgoers whether “they believe it’s proper for Trump’s sons to be hunting triceratops, saber-toothed tigers, and wooly mammoths.”

Just to be clear, triceratops, are extinct dinosaurs that stopped existing on Earth millions and millions and millions of years ago. Saber-toothed tigers, and wooly mammoths are extinct as well. Not that this inconvenient fact stopped the beachgoers — all of whom were presumably liberal — from expressing outrage anyway.

“I think they’re just getting away with a lot for the simple that they’re Donald Trump’s children,” said the first beachgoer Dice spoke with.

Brilliant …

Watch Dice’s full video below:

Stunningly, some of the beachgoers sort of defended Trump’s sons: “I personally wish that people wouldn’t do it, but at the end of the day, if there’s a right to do it and there’s a service that does it, you gotta let people,” said one guy.

That was certainly more sensible (save for the fact dinosaurs don’t even exist anymore) than what the next guy said.

“I don’t think it’s the right move. The saber-tooth tiger is a beautiful animal, and I’m sure it’s an endangered species. If you want to go hunt something and kill something, why don’t you go fish or something?” the Einstein-equivalent genius rhetorically asked.

Sigh …

I’ll give these folks credit, though. You could tell from the video that they weren’t hateful people; they were just a tad ignorant.

I wish I could say the same about the folks who fell for the gorilla parody, but the venom was literally dripping off of their lips.

And don’t even get me started on the countless liberals who still believe Trump colluded with the Russians to affect the outcome of the election.

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