Former NBCUniversal exec: ‘Barron Trump turns 18 today. He’s fair game now’

Former President Donald Trump’s youngest son turned 18 years old and there was a tangible spike in cases of Trump Derangement Syndrome.

Leftists interrupted sincere birthday wishes for Barron Trump on social media to mock and disparage the former president’s family. But one Hollywood activist let slip a sentiment that soon saw an army rise to denounce his take.

Former NBC Universal senior executive Mike Sington, a self-described “lifestyle expert,” took to X to comment on the 18th birthday of the former first son, the only child of Donald and Melania Trump.

“Barron Trump turns 18 today. He’s fair game now,” he wrote in a soon-to-be-deleted post.

In a direct message on X to Newsweek, Sington explained, “I posted he was ‘fair game’ now, meaning, as an adult, he’s ‘fair game’ for criticism from the press.”

“Someone pointed out to me ‘fair game’ could mean fair game to be harmed. I don’t wish physical harm on anyone, so I took it down. I listen to the comments and criticism I receive,” he reportedly wrote.

Newsweek, in reporting on the outrage, seemed to think only Republicans found Sington’s comment offensive:

In fact, there were plenty of outraged users on X ready to give Sington an earful.

Thankfully, well-wishers were sending the youngest Trump son birthday greetings that were more appropriate on X.

But Sington’s “creepy” post continued to spark outrage on X where the Libs of TikTok account pointed out a disturbing fact.

Other notable accounts also weighed in.

Frieda Powers


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