The gloves are officially off as fists gleam with brass knuckles and razor sharp nails in an all out ideological street brawl prompted by the spurious radicals willing to swap basic freedoms, liberties and social morays in protest of the current administration. When the soccer hooligan subtlety demeanor transcends the borders of political debate and brashly and unjustly infiltrates the development of youth and the propagation of critical thinking skills, sensible individuals need to retort with a swift and effective backlash in ensuring that future generations are afforded the hope of pursuing goals and dreams within the framework of a functioning republic.
In the “beyond belief” news story of the week, a performing arts center in Cleveland, Ohio, allegedly offers a diverse array of themed hosted birthday parties, which at one time included the absolutely deplorable and retched group activity focused on assassinating the president, reports WREG-TV. The webpage listing the “game” of “President”, where partygoers are given the challenge of defeating secret service agents and ultimately killing the leader of the free world with Nerf guns, was promptly removed by staff at the Olmsted Performing Arts Center (OPA) in the aftermath of resounding public discontent. How does one decry the brilliance and fun of Nerf guns with a reckless string of typing? While the description of the game did not allude to any specific administration, officials at Baldwin Wallace University offered a detailed explanation of why the controversial content remained active on website of the performing arts center since 2014. Allegedly, a staff member working under the previous ownership group, posted the offending listing among a menu of traditional party games. On January 1st of this year, the university assumed operational control of OPA, after finalizing the purchase of the facility, and is in the process of updating the digital presence.
The interaction with children during the formative offers very little room for latitude, especially surrounding controversial lexicon which insinuates a violent ending for a National figurehead, with Hinckley still relevant in the collective distant memory at what could have been a national tragedy. There are certain lines that simply cannot be crossed and the reaction to offenders will always be justifiably harsh, and with a satisfactory finality that at the very least preserves a semblance of dignity and sanctity. Veiled threats of domestic terrorism and violence are no laughing matter, and absolutely non-negotiable, even under the pretense of the First Amendment. Thanks to the burgeoning liberal mentality afflicting the factions of performance arts, maybe the next generation of actors and actresses can toss rancid produce at the Vice President, instead of inciting two minutes of manufactured hate and vitriol that even Alec Baldwin and Robert De Niro are not capable of within the supposed context of comedy.
The caveat to this whole sordid narrative is explosion and turmoil of public outcry if the OPA had offered a cowboys versus Indians Nerf war interactive history lesson and indoctrination in playing out every battle except Little Big Horn, or if the story had gone viral during the Obama administration. But the fact that many reactionaries hope for the worst for Trump in their individual prayer circles fueled by crystals of THC resin affixed to the frontal cortex in forging the ideal chemical bonded molecule of cognitive dissonance, there are sure to be future copycat party games over the next two years assaulting the frail borders of decency in pushing an agenda down the Potomac. Reality has come to the point of interbreeding with the unbelievable.
I’m sorry Miss Prosecutor, I meant that as to “kill” with kindness. A pipe dream that is even unsustainable for the incorrigible extremists.
Read the WREG-TV story here.