I have one of those, too. It started as a decent back and forth - but he became more and more deranged. He finally unfriended me on Facebook (no big loss). Thing is - I generally avoid posting political stuff - it's just not worth it...but I will post things now and then. The straw that broke the camel's back was when I replied to a thread that posed the questions "If you could get rid of one thing right now, what would it be?" and I said Donald Trump. He found that very offensive and dropped me.JennyB wrote: ↑31 Aug 2018, 9:58amI am having a lot of fun trolling my Trump loving cousin. He used to be normal, and then Dallas happened to him. He now posts exclusively about evil NFL players and CNN reporters (he is obsessed with Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo). So I started having a little fun with him.
I find it interesting how thin skinned his supporters are (not surprising considering how thin skinned he is) - but interesting because they like to point out how thin skinned everyone else is - but dare question Trump or anything to do with his policies and they cry like babies. Like many of us - I endured 8 years of Obama being vilified left and right...but the thing is I rarely felt the need to fight back. I believed so much in the man that I didn't feel the need to get down in the gutter and fight - I always felt his character would define him - and it has. I think so many Trump supporters feel they need to defend every little thing because deep down they know he is garbage.
Conversely, I really don't troll Trump supporters too much. I have a laugh at their expense - but I also feel like he is such a horrid person and a terrible leader that there is no need for me to lower myself to their level. Time will bear out that he is a piece of trash and that he has done nothing worthwhile.