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Trump Jr. Offers Bullied Kid A Place To Stay In NYC After Video Goes Viral, Liberals Lose Their Minds

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Keaton Jones is a household name now and the reason is absolutely heartbreaking. We told you about the video of him that went viral and you can read more about that here. If you missed the video, check it out…

If that doesn’t bum you out then maybe check your pulse.

That video has been seen by millions of people and celebrities like T.I., Sean Hannity, Dana White, and Donald Trump, Jr. have all expressed support and invited Keaton to meet them.

Trump, Jr. said that Keaton is welcome at his place in New York City if he comes to the Big Apple.

Nothing wrong with that, right? Wrong.

Liberals found a way to be upset about this.

Lovely.

What is wrong with liberals these days? Trump and his family can’t win even when they try to do something sweet for a kid who clearly was looking for a friend.  There are some things that should be bigger than politics.  If Barack Obama were to chime in on a case like this, there’s no way I’d send him a nasty tweet using this kid’s pain as a prop. Maybe that just makes me a decent person.

Here’s more about Keaton.

From Fox News:

A Tennessee woman’s video of her son’s tearful recounting of being bullied at middle school has prompted a wave of support from athletes and entertainers. One star is even going as far as to reward the young boy in a big way.

Kimberly Jones said in a Facebook post Friday she had just picked up her son, Keaton, from school because he was too afraid to go to lunch.

The video of Keaton had more than 18 million views as of Sunday, and a crowdsourcing page for his future education has raised more than $29,000.

The post has gone so viral that celebrities far and wide are taking notice and offering their support to young Keaton. However, one star is going above and beyond to reward the young boy for his persevearance. Chris Evans, who will  reprise his role as Captain America in the upcoming “Avengers: Infinity War,” took to Twitter to not only share his support, but to invite the young boy to Los Angeles for the film’s premiere.

Awesome to see good things happen to good people.

Hopefully, this dude gets a TV show and becomes a big star.

Wonder what the kids who bullied him will have to say about that?

Hang in there, Keaton. It gets better.

[Note: This post was written by Andrew Mark Miller]

H/T Twitchy