Over the weekend, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited Alabama to assist the victims impacted by the tornado that swept through the state, which killed 23 people.
During their trip, radical liberals started the baseless conspiracy theory that Melania Trump had a body double and that she wasn’t actually in Alabama.
The conspiracy theory was started on Twitter and started trending number one for a substantial amount of time on the platform.
Instead of applauding the President and First Lady for assisting the victims of the tornado, The View led by Joy Behar, decided to promote the conspiracy theory saying, “some people think the first lady is using an imposter to stand in for her.”
Sunny Hostin, another liberal co-host of the show, showed a lot of interest in the conspiracy and went as far as suggesting that the Secret Service isn’t being honest with the use of body doubles.
Seriously? These are the same people who constantly call conservatives the conspiracy theorists.
Melania Trump’s Communications Director Stephanie Grisham released a scorching statement setting the record straight.
“I’ve always found it sad that a group of women spend so much time attacking another woman, whose only goal is to help children, but today’s episode went beyond the petty mean girl spirit that we’re used to. People died, people lost family, people are hurting. I watched the President and First Lady hug, speak with, and comfort people who had lost everything – and these “ladies” are laughing about body doubles. It was disgusting.”
The First Lady is a wonderful woman who has done nothing but good for our country.
Instead of applauding her, the roosters on The View rather promote conspiracy theories. The media has a history of promoting baseless conspiracy theories.
Check out what the Daily Wire reported last year concerning CNN anchor Brian Stelter:
CNN senior media reporter Brian Stelter was brutally mocked for another embarrassing display of denying his own hyper-partisan reporting on Wednesday when he attacked President Donald Trump over a tweet that called out the media for spreading conspiracy theories about where Melania Trump was in the days following her surgery.
In two tweets, Trump slammed the media for their reporting on Melania’s whereabouts, suggesting that they intentionally distorted the truth because “it would hurt the sick narrative.”
Stelter, a documented conspiracy theorist, immediately jumped on the bandwagon to attack Trump for his claim despite the fact that he aired a segment on CNN days earlier and lied about the situation.
Instead of reporting the FACTS that Melania Trump was recovering from surgery, Stelter decided to promote a conspiracy theory that she “disappeared.”
This is what the radical CNN anchor posted on Twitter at the time:
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) June 3, 2018
The media hates the Trump family so much that they are willing to ignore the facts and the good deeds of President Trump and his family and instead, they decide to push baseless conspiracy theories.
Not a good look!
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