MAGA Hats

The War on Red Caps Roars On

Deroy Murdock, National Review

Despite the Left’s relentless moans that Trump supporters are hateful bullies, mayhem flows from Left to Right, as Trump haters force Trump fans to pay for their beliefs with physical injuries. And — think of the children! — they typically involve older people brutalizing younger Americans in MAGA hats. Severely neurotic Trump foes want to ban MAGA hats as intimidating and violent, even as Trump foes intimidate and violently attack Trump fans in MAGA hats. The circle of psychological projection is complete.

Lies From The Left: The Covington Catholic Kids

From our perspective, none of the lies spread about the Covington Catholic kids spread by accident because the media business of today is not driven by an unbiased desire to report the truth, rather it is driven by the desire to mold public opinion according to Leftist narratives. And key to molding public opinion is establishing moral superiority.

Viguerie and CHQ Join Conservative Leaders Demanding Media Apologize to Covington Catholic Kids

We denounce any media outlet that continues to so dishonestly attack the Covington Catholic kids and we call on them to apologize for the bullying behavior that continues to result in threats of violence against the kids, their school and their community.

I'm About Ready to Buy a MAGA Hat Just to Spite These Child-Hating A-Holes

Jim Treacher, PJ Media

As we head into week 2 of the MAGA Kid Saga, I'm finding common cause with my Trumpkin brothers and sisters. Whatever our differences, I've always agreed with them that the media is astonishingly biased and corrupt. The abject shamelessness of our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters, the self-appointed gatekeepers of the truth, has never been more apparent than it's been over the past week. I'm not ready to jump on the Trump Train just yet. But those kids didn't do anything wrong. If you're determined to hate them, you're just showing the rest of us who you really are.

No, A Catholic Kid Wearing A MAGA Hat Isn’t Like A Ku Klux Klansman

Sumantra Maitra, The Federalist

This is what it boils down to. If one side wears something, or says, writes, draws, argues or attempts something that hurts the other side’s highly delicate sensibilities, then the other side considers itself free to take direct action, abuse, and consider the former as an enemy. When politics is dragged to streets, and everything is personal, there can be no coexistence, as everyone opposed to your political position is portrayed like Mussolini. And one cannot arguably coexist with Mussolini and his brown shirts.