The saddest thing used to be a crying clown…
These days, former celebrities who aren’t relevant anymore must resort to political protest to get attention in a world where you are only as relevant as your last tweet. In some cases that’s the only possible explanation for the behavior of B list celebrities who make it their goal to smear our president at literally every opportunity.
These aren’t important enough celebrities to wonder if it’s a conspiracy to put it mildly.
Chelsea Handler, Kristin Davis, Jessica Seinfeld, Rosie O’Donnell, Mia Farrow, Beth Behrs, Aisha Tyler, Aidy Bryant, Chelsea Peretti, Leslie Grossman, Judd Apatow, and various other B list celebs – who aren’t in any movies or shows I’ve seen in the last 8 years, all turned up, not to simply shop, but to tweet about the excursion as though it were a victory over Trump somehow.
In reality shopping for clothes used to be less political, and certainly less of a victory than a necessity. Only a Liberal would celebrate the misfortune of our President’s Daughter being discriminated against by a clothing outlet.
Nordstrom themselves made no direct political comment saying only: “That Ivanka’s Shoe line hadn’t been a performer amidst their current offerings.”
That doesn’t even mean they aren’t good products, but rather means it belongs alongside a more similar product in another venue.
Certainly Trump worried that his daughter was being targeted, and had it been unlawfully, the blow back would have been severe. That didn’t stop childish liberals from flocking to encourage the childish slights against our Nation’s Leader, and his children. Prompting more outlets to follow in their footsteps.
Neiman Marcus, Belk, Jet, ShopStyle, HSN have all stopped selling Ivanka Trump items online (but have yet to make a comment on the matter). And yesterday it was reported that T.J. Maxx employees have been told to stop prominently displaying her merchandise.