In a tragic turn of events, Frederick Douglass, who President Trump recently recognized for his “amazing work” died as a result of The Bowling Green Massacre.
Douglass was 198-years-old.
“It’s a horrible end to an incredible life,” Prof. William Jebberby of Gibney University told The Lint Screen. “It’s always sad when someone gets cut down in the prime of his life. We can only imagine the incredible and amazing things Frederick Douglass might have done with the years he had left.”
The body count from the Bowling Green Massacre continues to add up, but those who have perished will never be forgotten.