Because if there's a demographic shown to have a nuanced understanding of political issues and is able to express opinions via reasoned and informed discourse, it's pre-teens. Middle-schooler CJ Pearson has made a name for himself in conservative circles online like Fox News, The Blaze, and The Daily Mail for accusing Obama of not loving America.
The facts according to Pearson, who doesn't care about being "politically correct", are that if Obama really did love America, "[Y]ou would call ISIS what it really is — an assault on Christianity, an assault on America and a downright hate for the American values that our country holds." Which….isn't a fact, it's a matter of opinion; nor is it a politically incorrect statement as it doesn't attempt to dismiss the views of a disadvantaged person as being invalid because their problems don't exist. (Also, political correctness doesn't really exist in the first place.)
Pearson continues by accusing Obama of taking things (though what "things" aren't specified) from hard-working Americans, praising Giuliani for calling Obama out — even though Giuliani has since tried to backtrack on those comments — and further accusing Obama of being unwilling to defend his nation from threats domestic and abroad. Evidently, orchestrating the assassination of Osama Bin Laden doesn't count.
The rant sounds so shockingly like what passes for most far-right rhetoric, one can really only come to one conclusion: right wing blogs are all written by prepubescent boys.