Pedophiles are people too! Why we need a Pedo for President in 2020

Calling all woke folks: help us change America's opinion on pedophiles by electing one for president in 2020.

New pedophilia allegations of wealthy elites are coming to light in the US courts. Rearing its ugly head is the ever-present reminder that pedophiles are still demonized and judged by the general public. Surprisingly, even white people in the elite classes of society are not immune to this prejudice. Citizens all over the country took to Twitter this last week to discuss their bigotry against a group of people based solely on sexual preference.

Not only is it hate speech to speak out negatively against pedophiles, it is dehumanizing to send them to the same prisons where inmates openly admit they would kill a pedophile if they were in a cell block with one. By putting such a negative connotation to the word itself, we are endangering the lives of those people.

How can we help adjust the public view on this label, though? One suggestion is to send him or her to the highest office in the country: the presidency. Americans have shown their blatant disregard for humanity through the election of the current president, but what if we were to elect a known and convicted pedophile? Perhaps the US would be able to see the person behind the label, and know that the person means more than the label.

The presidency has long been seen as a reputable position, and despite the recent unpleasantness, the title can still be used for good in the future. For a brief moment in time, even racists came together and elected a black man to become president. If we can achieve that, we could easily elect a convicted pedophile. Please consider this journalist’s message as a call-out to all woke folks. Help us elect a pedophile for president in 2020.

Stay safe and fight back,



Quinn Barton is a social activist and member of Boston Antifa since its inception in 2017. She spends most of her time as a freegan at local vegan restaurants and the rest at demos for social justice. During the hardest years of her life (the Trump election), Quinn discovered a passion for politics, which has since transcended into videography and writing for the esteemed Boston Antifa collaboration with Dustin Levitt, journalist advocate for Journalist Excellence Worldwide. This entire site is satire.
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