National Review compares Barron and Eric Trump to Uday and Qusay

Apparently Kevin Williamson at National Review has jumped over that deadly lemming cliff, along with millions of Trump-maddened New York liberals.

Williamson writes in NRO:

My own view is that Donald and Ivanka and Uday and Qusay are genuinely bad human beings and that the American public has made a grave error in entrusting its highest office to this cast of American Psycho extras. That a major political party was captured by these cretins suggests that its members are not worthy of the blessings of this republic...

​Apparently, N.R. editors didn't read this piece, or worse, they read it and approved it. 

That high-pitched grinding sound you hear is William F. Buckley drilling his way out of the grave to keep his beloved National Review from being kidnapped by a hysterical mob of establishment cons.  

Uday and Qusay Hussein infamously dropped screaming human beings into industrial plastic shredders to kill them.  Either Mr. Williamson is ignorant of that fact, or he has secret information about Barron and Eric Trump and Ivanka that we are not privy to.  If so, I would like to ask Mr. Williamson and his neglectful editors to provide the evidence to the world.  I am looking forward to Mr. Williamson's next N.R. column, which will no doubt show us the cellphone pics. 

It may be time for mass hara-kiri at the National Review, for descending into blithering idiocy on Christmas 2016. 

Mr. Williamson wrote this N.R. column to argue for a return to civility in politics...and, in his next breath, committed what Jonah Goldberg has called "argumentum ad Hitleram." 

As a fan of Buckley's magazine, I'm shocked and saddened. 

Tell me it ain't so, please! 

Editor's note: It is not clear if Williamson meant Barron and Eric.  He could have meant Eric and Donald, Jr.

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