During the Presidential Election, failed actor and prominent anti-Trumper Michael Ian Black released A Child’s First Book of Trump. The illustrated children’s book aimed to “explain Donald Trump to a child,” as if he were some sort of “wild animal.”
Black’s subpar book is just one example of how the left continues to indoctrinate children through entertainment. So much anti-Trump propaganda is pumped out like clockwork and force-fed to kids through television, social media, and in schools.
That’s why I was pretty chuffed to hear about Thump: The First Bundred Days. Let me preface this by saying that I’m not being paid to say any of this; I just love bunnies and the fact it’s going to piss my mother off when she sees I’ve bought it for my sister as a Christmas present.
There’s been some pretty negative press surrounding the book. Mary Sue called the called the creator of Thump, Timothy Li, a ‘neo-nazi’ and accused the book of encouraging ‘white supremacy.’
“Go home, Nazis. No one wants your racist children’s books–especially if you can’t even be bothered to come up with your own characters.”
Charming as ever.
— Donald J. Thump🇺🇸 (@POTUSThump) September 15, 2017
— Donald J. Thump🇺🇸 (@POTUSThump) September 12, 2017
Mary Sue did not respond.
I was going to put this up sooner, but they sold out twice before I got the chance. Fortunately, they’re restocking on December 15th if you want to get one. I believe they’re also selling plushies but they’re currently only shipping within the U.S. I’m just going to get mine delivered to my husband’s house because I am a grown woman and will have a Thump plushie if I want one.
Definitely check them out on Twitter, even if Trump as a cute ass bunny isn’t your thing.