Kids today

Foul-mouthed child at Trump rally uses misogynistic profanity to assail Clinton

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event at Briar Woods High School August 2, 2016, in Ashburn, Virginia. (Photo credit should read MOLLY RILEY/AFP/Getty Images)

According to reporters covering a Donald Trump rally in Virginia on Tuesday, a school-aged child used a jarring profanity to denounce Hillary Clinton when the Republican nominee for president mentioned her name. “Take that bitch down!” the boy, who reporters said looked to be about 10 years old, screamed repeatedly as he sat next to his mother. Surely his mom was appalled at such coarse language coming from the mouth of her little boy and directed toward the first woman in U.S. history to be nominated for president by a major party, right?

Nope. When asked by reporters about her son’s remarks, the woman, who identified herself as Pam Kohler of Mount Vernon, Virginia, said, “I think he has a right to speak what he wants to.” And where did he learn to use such coarse language? In “Democratic schools,” Kohler told reporters, before clamming up and refusing to give them the name of her son. “He’s a minor so he can’t be interviewed.” Watch a short video clip of the incident:

Hmmm, we think it’s possible the young lad learned such misogynist turns of phrase elsewhere, perhaps from all of the bitch-themed paraphernalia being peddled at Trump events. Or maybe even at home.

Meanwhile, the foul-mouthed boy wasn’t the only youngster causing a ruckus at the rally. An infant could be heard crying as Trump delivered his remarks. Not surprisingly, Trump asked the baby’s mother to leave the room. Here’s video of the exchange.

Read the full story at The Los Angeles Times.

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