Meghan Markle has been caught again abusing the public’s trust after raising big money for the terror-linked mosque tied to producing as many as nineteen terrorists. Then there’s the way she snubbed President Donald Trump last month. Now, she finds herself once again in the crosshairs of public ridicule after pulling another stunt and putting her status as a member of the Royal Family in question. You don’t want to miss this.
Meghan Markle knew she had to give up her political activism when she married into the British Royal Family, however, she has continually pushed that envelope to see how far she could go before getting smacked.
The Daily Telegraph reported in 2018 that the American-born Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, has been recently promoting a program associated with the notorious Al-Manaar mosque not far from Kensington Palace.
The mosque has produced as many as nineteen terrorists — including “Jihadi John” and his Islamic State “Beatles” who tortured and beheaded Western captives in Syria. Markle has helped raise more than $250,000 for the Hubb Community Kitchen operated out of the mosque.
Meghan was just getting warmed up using her newfound international platform to push her political agenda.
The social-climbing TV actress tuned Duchess has supported abortion openly, talked about raising her baby gender fluid, promoted gay pride month using official royal social media, and then there’s the snubbing of President Trump.
Of course, Meghan is getting egged on by Oprah Winfrey. “Oh my God! I’m so proud of her decisions,” Winfrey marveled. “To be able to stand up and say this is what I really and now I’m going to do it a different way when it’s been done that way for a thousand years? I’m just so proud of her.”
The Duchess of Sussex was not present for the state banquet nor did she attend any of the D-Day commemorations during The Donald’s three-day visit to the UK last month, The Sun reports.
But there’s a bigger scandal brewing which is a direct result of the soon-to-be 38-year-old’s choice of “doing it her way.”
Yesterday, Markle showed up at a polo match with the new baby in tow. And she looked like a disaster. This isn’t being catty. Meghan was dressed in an oversized gunny sack of drab green as she clutched at Archie, who is reported to be two-months-old. She looked anxious and depressed. People were genuinely worried about the way she handled the baby.
There are big questions surrounding the birth and age of Archie, who many royal watchers claim looks about 4-months-old. Regardless, there is just an overload of bad press surrounding Markle’s antics, and the goodwill the Royal Family usually enjoys from the British people has run out for the American Duchess.
It has to do with her new demands for privacy. Her obsession with privacy doesn’t mesh with being an active member of the Royal Family.
It would be tantamount to President Trump demanding privacy as he carries out his public office. It’s absurd. Prince Harry and Meghan just made the baptism of Archie “private,” and you can guess who pays for it.
The deal is Markle is either a public figure working for the Crown, or she relinquishes her public status and the taxes which pay for her lavish lifestyle. Then, she can be a private person on her own dime.
Talkshow host Piers Morgan excoriated Meghan Markle on “Good Morning Britain” Tuesday for having an “obsession” with privacy, and he advised her to go back to America if she doesn’t like the royal demands.
“This is so ridiculous, this obsession that her and Harry have about privacy,” Morgan said. “It’s frankly hypocritical and they’re not private people, they’re the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. We get to pay for their mansion, we get to do all of this … If you want to be private, go back to America and live privately, it’s pretty straightforward.”
Later, Piers Morgan doubled down on his attacks on Twitter. “It’s absurd for Ms. Markle to demand privacy as she sits in the royal box on a publicly-funded jolly with her mates,” he tweeted. Morgan was referring to an incident involving Markle at Wimbelton that went all wrong.
Are you trying to incite the british public against the only black member of the royal family?
— Keniakiki (@keniakiki) July 9, 2019
Meghan just attended Wimbledon, and at one point she became incensed after she thought a fan was trying to take a picture of her. He wasn’t. He was taking a selfie.
“But Meghan should be advised that this doesn’t play out terribly well,” said Rebecca English, a reporter for the Daily Mail. “The Royal Family occupy a very privileged position. That doesn’t mean they aren’t entitled to some privacy. But not at a global sporting event.”
If there’s anything Americans can understand, it’s those in power abusing our hard-earned tax dollars. The truth is she really loves the limelight on her own time— when she feels like it. Well, that’s not how this works. Marrying into the British Royal Family was like getting elected to public office.
Markle knew the job she was signing up for. If she wants her privacy, then she can start by relinquishing anything the Crown ever paid for including her clothes and her cozy cottage in Windsor. To be brutally honest, Meghan Markle wasn’t really famous or interesting before her royal title, and no would miss her if she went away for good.