Fonda’s tweet came during the height of liberal attention being drawn toward the White House’s “zero tolerance” policy when it comes to enforcing immigration law, when leftists were accusing Trump of tearing illegal immigrant children from their families and throwing them into cages on the daily.
Fonda’s tweet didn’t go over well, needless to say. But, unfortunately liberals haven’t learned their lesson and continue to attack a 12-year-old child.
Now we have the co-creator of Cartoon Network’s popular show “Rick and Morty,” Justin Roiland, tweeting out inappropriate illustrations of Barron Trump. Roiland actually drew and posted a sketch to Twitter in which 12-year-old Barron Trump is not wearing pants or underwear. The caption reads, “Donald trump forcing baron to play VR, while homer and Peter eat smurfs nearby.”
Roiland sent out the image in April of 2017, however it only became noticed recently. The part of the drawing displaying genitalia has been covered. It was deleted by the cartoon creator once people began to draw attention to it. This came after the Gateway Pundit reported on it. Roiland has not come out and said why he felt it was appropriate or funny to post a drawing of an exposed child.
Cartoon Network has not yet responded to comments about the inappropriate tweet.
It was just a few days ago that the cartoon’s other co-creator, Dan Harmon, got into trouble and erased his entire Twitter account’s history after it was discovered that he had posted a “satire” video of him appearing to rape a doll.
Cartoon Network did openly condemn the video, but they are not taking legal action. The network wrote, “Dan recognized his mistake at the time and has apologized.”
Harmon apologized for the disgusting video:
In 2009, I made a “pilot” which strove to parody the series Dexter and only succeeded in offending. I quickly realized the content was way too distasteful and took the video down immediately. Nobody should ever have to see what you saw and for that, I sincerely apologize.
Polygon wrote that the video has been described as a “spoof” of the television show “Dexter,” which follows a serial killer.
“Daryl” is a two-part spoof on Showtime’s popular series “Dexter” that aired in 2009 during a monthly comedy sketch festival called Channel 101. The first part of the sketch and the scene that people have most called out, stars Harmon. Throughout, his character is seen breaking into an apartment, pulling down his pants and simulating sex with a plastic baby doll. The title card that plays overtop says, “Showtime presents, Daryl.”
We will just have to wait and see if Roiland will see any disciplinary repercussions for his disgusting tweet, but most likely he will get away with a slap on the wrist. Isn’t that generally how it goes these days? Liberals get away with just about anything.
We declined to publish this disgusting cartoon. If you really want to see it, you can, HERE.