Watch: Melania Fires Back After ‘The View’ Takes Shameful Swipe At Her
Liberals have promoted all kinds of conspiracy theories in their quest to attack and delegitimize President Donald Trump.
From the Russia collusion conspiracy which Democrats actually funded through Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele to the claim last year that the First Lady had gone “missing” after her kidney operation, a claim that was even promoted by CNN, they just can’t seem to stop.
And now the View is promoting another ridiculous conspiracy theory about the First Lady – the “body double” theory.
How silly are these people?
Despite multiple video and pictures showing that, yes, it was Melania Trump who accompanied the president on his trip to Alabama to support tornado victims, that didn’t stop the folks at “The View.”
From Fox News:
A spokeswoman for Melania Trump ripped “The View” as “shameful” and said the ABC News program laughs in the face of tragedy after a segment exploring whether or not there is a body double for the first lady.
Co-host Joy Behar explained that “some people think the first lady is using an impostor” during public appearances, pointing to a viral conspiracy theory that is labeled with the hashtag #FakeMelania. The ABC News gabfest then displayed tweets in which people speculate that a stand-in actress replaces the president’s wife on occasion.
Behar announced that one particular image of the first lady didn’t look like the real thing.
“I wasn’t going to go along with this but that one, in that picture, doesn’t look like her,” Behar said. “It’s a different shaped face.”
Co-host Sunny Hostin then admitted she recently spent an hour trying to get to the bottom of the Internet rumors.
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“Melania is a very tall, statuesque woman and the one that we saw, the first one that we showed, she looks kind of short,” Hostin said. “Look how short she looks.”
Then Behar added more biased opinion, stating that there was “an element of truth” that the First Lady doesn’t like spending time with her husband. And she would know this how?
Ana Navarro said she didn’t believe it, but thought it was funny and promoted it anyway. “If you have not gone to hashtag #FakeMelania, you must go see those memes,” Navarro said. She also mentioned “Dave,” saying there was an “entire movie” about it.
FAKE MELANIA CONSPIRACIES RETURN: The internet is buzzing again with theories that first lady Melania Trump is using an imposter to stand in for her — the co-hosts investigate. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/XNYBT9U6S8
— The View (@TheView) March 11, 2019
Huntsman actually was bold enough to ask if talking about this ridiculousness made them “better people.”
“We’re not here to be better people,” Behar responded. “We’re here to have a good laugh.” Because talking about a body double when people die in Alabama is funny, apparently.
So here’s the last laugh to “The View” and the answer to Sunny Hostin’s “search.”
Keeping the people of Alabama in our thoughts & prayers. We are with you. 🇺🇸❤️ pic.twitter.com/9elFure9m1
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) March 9, 2019