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Projecting onto a Void 

Since Melania Trump is such a void, people are having a field day projecting crap onto her. Here are the poor freaks who think she is being abused. Since there’s nothing there, they use her as a canvas to paint their own emotions. Just like the colleague I wrote about saw in Melania her own fantasy of a woman protected by a strong man. 

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4 thoughts on “Projecting onto a Void 

  1. Evelina Anville on said:

    I tend to agree with you that Melania is essentially a glorified prostitute. But how does that preclude the possibility that Trump acts abusively towards her? Trump seems like a cruel man and prostitutes are frequently abused. I think it’s entirely possible that he’s cruel to her.

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    • Oh, of course, anything is possible. It’s as possible as her abusing him, for instance. But nobody can deduce either scenario from her facial expressions because they are all fake.

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    • Shakti on said:

      Oh please.
      She’s a birther grifter just like her husband.
      Here’s her defending birtherism (transcript at link)

      Here’s her suing the Daily Mail for libel for its article claiming it caused,
      “Trump’s brand, Melania, to lose “significant value” as well as “major business opportunities that were otherwise available to her.” The suit noted that the article had damaged Trump’s “unique, once in a lifetime opportunity” to “launch a broad-based commercial brand.”

      “These product categories would have included, among other things, apparel accessories, shoes, jewelry, cosmetics, hair care, skin care and fragrance,” according to the lawsuit, which was filed on Trump’s behalf by California attorney Charles Harder.

      The once in a life time business opportunity is… being First Lady.

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      • Stringer Bell on said:

        Remember how mad conservatives got when Obama was pictured not wearing a jacket in the Oval room? He’s lowering the dignity of the office, they said.

        Funny that this is all the criticism they could come up with in his first few weeks of office. Unlike now…

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