When a brunette beauty posted a side-by-side photo on Instagram, sporting a black work out top and tight pink leggings, nothing immediately seemed particularly out of the ordinary. However, as soon as viewers noticed the message on her long legs, the snapshot began to go viral.
Despite the media-manufactured lies that President Donald Trump is a “sexist” and a “misogynist” who objectifies women, his support among females is sky high. This fact is evidenced by a new fashion craze which is sweeping social media, but don’t expect the press to admit it.
One of the most iconic representations of the Trump administration has been his “Make America Great Again” slogan.
Now, the slogan is part of a social media fashion craze, with women posting pictures in Make America Great Again fashion or with Trump signs. [Source: Young Conservatives]
Women are using social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to post photos of themselves in Trump-inspired fashions like “Make America Great Again” swimsuits, “Adorable Deplorable” leggings, and anything from Ivanka Trump’s eponymous fashion line.
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The most popular item of clothing seems to be a metallic blue one-piece swimsuit with Trump’s notorious campaign slogan emblazoned across the front, which proved to be a perfect ensemble for the Fourth of July, not only because of its color scheme but for the nationalist sentiment it automatically invokes.
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This latest trend is made even sweeter by the fact that just months ago, the left launched a campaign to boycott Ivanka’s fashion line, solely because of her father’s political opinions. However, it looks like that hasn’t worked out so well for them after all.
This surge in popularity for Trump brand clothing comes a little over nine months after women across the country began a boycott of Ivanka’s fashions with the #GrabYourWallet campaign.
Select retail shops and national department stores also began to drop Ivanka’s line around that time, and in some cases were very publicly attacked by Trump supporters.
Nordstrom was forced to weather the worst of the storms after they passed on picking up Ivanka’s latest collection, with President Trump going after the retailer on Twitter. [Source: Daily Mail]
Of course, reports like this one fly in the face of the media’s narrative that women hate Donald Trump. On the contrary, female voters came out in droves in November to propel him to the White house, and since then, their support for the president has only intensified.
What these conservative women know, that the left does not, is that throughout his career, Donald Trump has helped more women succeed than perhaps any other business mogul of his stature. When no one was hiring female contractors in the construction industry, Trump brought women on board to manage his hotel projects.
Likewise, he has already been a huge advocate for women’s issues during his initial months in the White House, appointing his daughter Ivanka to focus on everything from sex-trafficking to promoting female business owners. Does that sound like a man who regards women as little more than sexual objects to you? I certainly don’t think so.