Donald Trump Jr., the President's son, loves sharing memes of his father on social media.

He claims it is to "trigger the liberals" rather than pander to his father's supporters.


Or a desperate plea for attention.

The most recent image he's posted has many fans of Disney's The Mandalorian stewing: an image of President Trump as The Child (Baby Yoda) from the hit series.

First things first, some people wanted to make the distinction that Baby Yoda is not, in fact, the Mandalorian.

That's a completely different character.

Most people, however, were just disappointed that their favorite thing on the internet now had to be compared to President Trump.


That having been said, there are some similarities...



It's hard to imagine Baby Yoda being a big fan of the Trump administration, seeing as he is a refugee searching for a new home on new planets.

Adult Yoda and Trump do have similar speech patterns occasionally.

But for most fans, this wasn't enough to validate Trump Jr.'s terrible photo.


The more Baby Yoda the better.

It's time we take a break from corrupt politics and potential wars for some good ole' fashioned Baby Yoda time.

Photo by Alexis Chloe on Unsplash

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Then those children become adults that require rewiring.

Between culture changes and generations of upheaval, there is a lot that we are left to examine when out in the world. Look at where we are as a society right now. We are stuck in the throes of a culture war stemming from generational misinformation.

So where do we begin?

Redditor Baby_Bella_XX wanted to discuss the information we thought we understood as kids that might require an update. They asked:

What have you had to unlearn from your childhood?
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Some people are just plain nasty, that is a sad fact. There is true evil in this world, and we see it on display every single day. It can often make one lose all hope in "humanity."

At my core, I try to believe that most of us have good hearts, that are connected to kind souls. But my beliefs are tested almost hourly.

One of the scariest things is trying to pinpoint whether or not most of these people are just callous and rude or, quite possibly, they simmering sociopaths, destined to be the villain in a Dateline NBC or podcast episode.

Let's compare notes.

Redditor SmokeAndCannon wanted to hear about the people we wish we could've avoided in person and online, by asking:

What's the biggest @sshole post you remember?
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