Melania Trump decided to tweet about Black History month and got an epic dragging.
“Today marks the first day of #BlackHistoryMonth The month of February is an opportunity for us to come together to reflect on the past and celebrate the successes of the future,” the first lady tweeted this morning (February 1).
Today marks the first day of #BlackHistoryMonth The month of February is an opportunity for us to come together to reflect on the past and celebrate the successes of the future.— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) February 1, 2020
Knowing how damaging her husbands policies have been to the African-American community and how little people of color make up of his cabinet and administration, Twitter swiftly acted in bringing out the receipts.
Oh darling, there’s nothing that can change the fact that you’re a birther and your hubby was sued for not renting to black people! Because...you’re racists! Full stop!— Tris Resists (@TrisResists) February 1, 2020
The Central Park Five should take an ad out against Donald!
Are you kidding me? What do you know about #BlackHistoryMonth? What do you know or care about black or brown people?— Samia Ali Salama (@SamiaAliSalama) February 1, 2020
Oh I know... NOTHING!
Melania please crawl back under that rock from which you came.. you know nothing about Black History.— Yvonne (@Yvonne4166) February 1, 2020
How are the kids in the cages doing have you been checking up on them— Jeff Anderson (@mrJeff44) February 1, 2020
Nothing coming out of the White House means anything anymore. Empty statements— Teresa Arduini (@terriarduini) February 1, 2020
While the rest of the country celebrates. Will you still be lying about Obama's heritage birther?— Kasper (@Casper09531036) February 1, 2020
2020 isn’t even the first year Melania Trump’s tried to honor Black History Month on Twitter. In fact, she tweeted about it last year and in 2018, labeled the annual historical tradition “African American History Month.”
This is also the same person who stood by Donald Trump's racist birtherism comments about President Barack Obama.
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