First Lady Melania Trump made history yesterday with her anti-bullying initiative to protect kids against this epidemic. When it was leaked over the weekend that she had plans to formally present her platform on Monday, she was immediately insulted for her effort, by hateful detractors who claimed she took to long to get this overdue promise started.
There’s literally nothing this woman can do that doesn’t end in immense bullying from adults who should have matured beyond that stage in life years ago. However, they were just getting started. Seconds after her presentation, Melania endured an onslaught of verbal abuse, coming after her personally, like ridiculing her accent and attacking her child. There’s no better example of what Melania is trying to tackle than that which these so-called professionals displayed.
Just because our exceptionally class first lady observes and listens more than she speaks, doesn’t mean that she’s incapable of making an impact. That’s what she just did this morning with a message to all of those who enjoyed making fun of her yesterday which has now left them suddenly speechless.
At Monday’s event, Melania spoke compassionately and with a passion for three major causes that are very near to her heart and important for our nation. “There are too many critical issues facing children today so the three main pillars of BE BEST will include well-being, social media use, and opioid abuse, we can and should teach children the important of social and self-awareness, positive relationship skills, and responsible decision making,” she said from a podium outside the White House, perfectly poised in front a sea of media sharks waiting to bite.
As soon as people got their opportunity to attack, they did, and nothing was left off the table. They cut Melania down to the core over how she speaks, her adult stepchildren, and even how she looks.
According to the Daily Caller:
First Lady Melania Trump revealed her signature campaign to combat bullying and drug use Monday afternoon at the White House, and the internet reacted by making fun of her accent.
The campaign, called “BE BEST,” is aimed at creating a healthy lifestyle for students on social media and in the classroom as well as preventing opioid abuse among students.
However, the anti-cyberbullying nature of the program was completely missed by some influential commenters online.
Verified twitter accounts of online influencers and reporters made fun of the First Lady’s accent, even though Melania is an immigrant who was born in Slovenia and speaks five languages.
However, these haters can say all they want and look really ridiculous as adults doing it, but Melania is getting the last laugh. After coming under this attack, she passively surprised them with a message this morning that’s undeniable as to how people really feel about her, especially those well-adjusted adults who have better things to do than sit on social media all day mocking the first lady.
Daily Caller reports:
First Lady Melania Trump is experiencing a major surge in popularity, according to a new poll.
CNN reports, “In a poll conducted by SSRS last week, 57 percent say they have a favorable impression of Trump, up from 47 percent in January.”
CNN also notes that data presents the “biggest number Melania Trump has experienced in any CNN polling, and higher than any favorability rating earned by President Donald Trump in CNN polling history going back to 1999.”
Previous polling indicated that Melania was more popular with Americans as firstlady than Hillary Clinton was.
The fact that her approval rating has soared with her initiative is excellent news and should send a message to all of these online and media sleuths that people are listening to her and appreciate her more than they care what these immature imbicls have to say. As an extra smack in the face, her ratings aren’t just way up, they are far better than Hillary Clinton’s ever were when she was FLOTUS. Truth hurts, I guess, and these detractors online are reacting to the reality in the only way they know how – idiotic personal insults, just like the rest of the kids on the playground.