When she was still First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump had something she dubbed the “Be Best” initiative, which was supposed to be all about shining a light on bullying and trolling, especially on social media.
Of course, like everything else she’s attempted, Be Best was a enormous failure, not to mention the height of hypocrisy because Melania never once criticized her husband for his vitriolic Twitter postings, which eventually got him kicked off that platform in January of 2021.
And yet, Melania is now using her first major television interview since Donald lost the 2020 presidential race in humiliating fashion to attack President Joe Biden for the shortage of infant formula.
Speaking with “Fox & Friends” host Pete Hegseth, Melania remarked:
“It’s heartbreaking to see that [families] are struggling, and the food is not available for children in [the] 21st-century in the United States of America,” she told co-host Pete Hegseth. Trump attributed the shortage to “leadership.”
“Leadership,” echoed Hegseth. “Or lack thereof?” with which Mrs. Trump agreed.
On the overall state of the country under Biden, she said it is “sad to see what’s going on, if you really look deeply into it.” Trump added that many people are “struggling and suffering.”
“I hope it changes fast,” she said.
What has Ms. Trump done since leaving the White House? Well, mainly she’s tried to enrich herself by selling hats she once wore and other bullshit NFTs (non-fungible tokens) which often have the value (or lack thereof) of some shady cryptocurrency you’d likely find advertised on a web site hosted in Russia.
And the irony of Ms. Trump’s totally uninformed comments is that her husband is partially to blame for the shortage of formula, The Atlantic notes:
U.S. policy also restricts the importation of formula that does meet FDA requirements. At high volumes, the tax on formula imports can exceed 17 percent. And under President Donald Trump, the U.S. entered into a new North American trade agreement that actively discourages formula imports from our largest trading partner, Canada.
Melania’s comments also prompted Gerald Butts, Vice Chairman of the Eurasia Group, to take idiots like her to school:
Canada has plenty of formula. But Melania’s hubby made sure the U.S. wouldn’t be able to import it from our neighbors to the north because he’s the biggest fool and worst businessman on the face of the planet.
So, Melania, in light of what we now know, how about taking that Be Best bullshit and stuffing it right up your ass?