I have eight grandchildren of varying ages, living and growing up to be adults in several cities in this great United States. They all have different platforms, whether its beginning new jobs, attending college, high school or even preschool. They’ve had to deal with the bullying from their peers about mostly everything—from the way they look, to the clothes and shoes they wear—from their style and flair of dress, even to the cars they drive or don’t drive. However, in my view anyway, they are learning, to a certain extent, to deal with this kind of rhetoric and behavior.
Bullying has long been an issue in schools, though in the past year, something has changed. I’ve heard it from parents and my own kids. The say, “Kids are scared by the rhetoric they’re hearing.” What they’re hearing is now known as the “Trump Effect”.
Because of this rhetoric from Trump…
View original post 390 more words