Krotchett – Even the president’s wife spearheads an anti-bullying campaign. Parents and teachers have been trying to rein in the anti-social behavior of young people for decades. From bullying, lying on school tests, to watching porn and taking drugs, these demon activities have been found prevalent at progressively younger ages with no end in sight.
That was, of course, until the President came along and with his unique brand of role-modeling, which when viewed by youngsters, stops their anti-social behavior dead in its tracks.
“We had no idea how disgusting we were”, said sixteen-year-old Jason Puddintane speaking for a group of boys gathered outside his high school locker-room and referring to his own awkward advances towards adolescent girls.
“We all saw that bus video where he used the P-word. I just about threw up. None of us have used that word ever since. We’re all embarrassed and ashamed,” Puddintane said as his classmates nodded agreement.
Rad Taylor, an eighth-grader at St, Boniface’s parochial school, used to bully disabled kids.
“Not anymore!” Ever since I saw Trump make fun of that New York Times reporter with a disability, I stopped. Seeing the President of the United States act like a six-year-old made me realized just how immature and foolish I’ve been.”
All over America, young adults and children as young as five-years-old are changing their behavior in light of how embarrassing the President’s own behavior makes them feel.
“I used to fight with my sister all the time,” said Sarah Jenkins, a freshman at a Louisiana Public School. “When our teacher showed us some of the public tweets Mr. Trump was sending out making fun of his own cabinet members, I couldn’t help but feel childish for doing the same sort of thing to my sister. I stopped right away and now we’re friends again.”
Dan Jones, a fellow classmate of Sarah spoke to us on condition of anonymity (oops). Dan had been found by his girlfriend of 11 months to have been dating two other girls at the same time and never mentioned it to her. So when the whole Stormy Daniels thing turned out to be true, that is is to say when Mr. Trump was proved to be sleeping with two women while his own wife was taking care of his newborn son, I was ashamed of myself. “ Jones continued, “I could see some of that disrespect in my own behavior. I was disgusted.”
“I’ve got to say that the president has been good for us,” said Sarah Jenkins. “We had no idea how awful a person could actually become.”
Apparently, despite his seeming lack of empathy, his apparent love of a country other than his own, and his deep pride in possessing almost no knowledge of other human beings, Mr. Trump’s role-modeling has turned life around for kids everywhere.