Former NBC Exec Perversely Says Barron Trump Is 'Fair Game' After 18th Birthday, Quickly Backtracks

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I can imagine nothing worse than being the offspring of a controversial president – or presidential candidate. Former President George W. Bush’s daughters mostly escaped the heat despite an underage drinking controversy by then-19-year-old Jenna. Oh, the horrors.

I even empathize with Malia and Sasha Obama, who did nothing wrong except being fathered by the man who became president and spent years polarizing our country. It’s not their fault—he did it, but they must live with that last name for the rest of their lives. Granted, that moniker will get them entry into every liberal power center in the country, but it can’t have been easy growing up in the spotlight of the White House.

But now, once again, the perverse liberal media is trying to introduce a non-combatant into the fray—18-year-old Barron Trump, who has stayed as far away from the limelight as possible and has not engaged in any of his father’s political and legal controversies. But that’s not enough for today’s cutthroat, nasty mainstream journalists—they want to shove him into the fight.

He’s now “fair game,” according to sicko former NBC senior executive Mike Sington:

A former NBC executive has provoked ire online for saying Barron Trump – the youngest child of the former president – is ‘fair game’ now he has turned 18.

Mike Sington shared the bizarre message, insinuating that its now fine for the public to go after the 18-year-old, along with a photo of Barron and his father – but he was criticized for the ‘creepy’ message.

Sington wrote on Wednesday: “Barron Trump turns 18 today. He’s fair game now.'”

Fair game for what, exactly? Has she done or said anything controversial? Has he entered into the political battles, or has he just tried to live life as a teenager?

This is how low they sink.

Of course, having no backbone, Sington quickly retreated:

After a huge backlash with critics calling him out for the alarming message, Sington quickly deleted the tweet. He said he meant ‘fair game’ in terms of criticism from the press – but others saw it as meaning that Barron is now open to be harmed. 

Sington apologized for his outlandish words – and told Newsweek he never intended to invite or ‘wish physical harm on anyone.’

 Here’s his pathetic walk back:

“Someone pointed out to me ‘fair game’ could mean fair game to be harmed. I don’t wish physical harm on anyone, so I took it down. I listen to the comments and criticism I receive,” Sington wrote. 

It’s too late, Sington; you called for open season—journalistically or otherwise—on a young person without any reason to do so. Own up to it like a man.

Former assistant secretary of public affairs in the Department of Health and Human Services in the Trump administration, Michael Caputo, didn’t hold back:

Other pundits weighed in. “You sound like a creep dude,” wrote Javon A. Price, former aide to GOP Representative Byron Donalds. Chiming in, Brenden Dilley, host of political talk show The Dilley Show, who noted: “Strong pedo vibe, dude.” 

Caputo et al. are right—bringing someone’s kids into the mix is simply disgusting. Yes, when they enter the political forum like Donald Trump Jr. or start making their money off political connections like the 54-year-old Hunter Biden, their actions should be scrutinized—but to say an 18-year-old who has never entered the arena is “fair game” is just plain demented.

This is who they are now. 

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