Singer, Songwriter and Wolverine Joy Villa Leads The Counter-Culture Charge…

Defying the jackbooted thugs permeating pop culture, singer and song writer Joy Villa grabbed attention tonight at the Grammy’s red carpet event with a gown that declares “Make America Great Again.”

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The back of the red, white and blue dress had “TRUMP” bedazzled on the train.

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Meanwhile the majority of the audience was adorned with uniformed footwear:

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405 Responses to Singer, Songwriter and Wolverine Joy Villa Leads The Counter-Culture Charge…

  1. nimrodman says:

    Now that’s fashion I can believe in.

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  2. Cathie says:

    This video from Villa is so appropriate with Trump.

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  3. inspiredbytrump says:

    Find the dress interesting but not the wearer! Went down the rabbit hole of Scientology and thankfully found a way out. She is a follower of that group and is supported by them. I strongly believe that this is an attempt of manipulation and recognition not necessarily support of President Trump. Just IMO

    https://mobile.twitter.com/TonyOrtega94/status/830946238384181248

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    • sunnydaze says:

      So you don’t support or forgive people who went down the same rabbit hole you did?

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      • inspiredbytrump says:

        Sunny- I was just trying to share that it could be a manipulation tactic based on years of research and helping 2 dear friends leave and heal from this groups mindset.

        Please note I also wrote it was my opinion only. Have a happy Monday

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        • cmscarpa says:

          That HAGD thing is always so obnoxious and unnecessary. That’s also my opinion only.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          EVERYBODY, eyes wide open. We need to research on all sides of every issue. TRUTH has no AGENDA. There WILL be those, who continue to attempt to confuse. Expect it to increase.

          IOW, do not be too quick to jump to conclusions either way, on ANY ISSUE!

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          • wondering999 says:

            About Joy’s notorious affiliation: Decades ago I had a beloved roommate who was a diehard Scientologist. We had a lot of differences of opinion! But I learned a bit about the organization. Hubbard’s Sci-Fi and money thing is emphasized by the press, but the SCN have some other specialties that are much more interesting (and practical), and which do fall in line with Trump’s message in a natural way.

            At least some of the SCN were helping people to get over awe of money, to get past being intimidated by wealth. I prefer Dave Ramsey myself. However, it’s generally helpful for people to learn to aim for goals and achieve them (including financial goals that they might have considered out of reach, before). Scientologists get encouraged to learn to earn. This looks like organizational greed (and in some cases it probably is), but it has a practical side of effect of increasing confidence, willingness to take risks and earn rewards.

            SCN also emphasized literacy and reading skills. They promoted some simple techniques that can help people who have problems in that area.

            Most of all, the SCN encouraged people to stay away from recreational drug use and to research and find ways to be healthy. This friend/roommate helped me to learn about some alternative therapies that I found helpful.

            Just my two cents. I think SCN can be harmful for some, beneficial for others, and if it’s bad news for anyone they should definitely leave. Speaking only for myself, I’m happy to have Frank & Co. along on the Trump Train if they behave themselves, MAGA, don’t try to intimidate any dissenters or enforce agreement where it doesn’t exist.

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            • Frank H. says:

              The MAGA Train is big and powerful, with a Broad Spectrum of good Americans lending a hand.

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            • Deb says:

              Google Operation Snow White.

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              • wondering999 says:

                Operation Snow White: Yes, that was bold and also illegal.
                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Snow_White
                On the other hand — have government agencies infiltrated religious organizations the same way (including Scientology?) It looks like government manipulation has bought religious refugee resettlement programs. The KKK is reportedly majority government agents at this point; and the Malheur Refuge Occupation appears to have been composed mostly of government informants/actors. I don’t know about the Bundys. I don’t know much actually, I’m speculating here — but is turnabout fair play? Hubbard got into trouble early on with his opposition to mind-altering pharmaceuticals (which have saved some people’s lives, and destroyed others; was just reading recently about the risks of some anti-depressants).

                What I do know is that young Miss Joy Villa brought me considerable joy. She looks like a good person. I hope her bold risk pays off for her and brings her good things, in or out of her support group

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      • Angela Hale says:

        Does it matter, really? Let the kids start seeing supporting Trump/conservative causes as the cool, new, rebellious thing.
        She is an attention * but she is also talented and deserves the attention; her choice of religions could even play into that, tbh. I swan, Scientology is almost Hollywood, period.

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    • Frank H. says:

      Don’t criticize Scientology, 30 years ago it got me off drugs and alcohol, and has helped many others in many areas. By the way, the Hollywood section where many Scientologists are voted heavily for Trump. These are good people.

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      • Artist says:

        “Don’t criticize Scientology”????
        ppppft.
        glad it helped you but it destroys families…
        I can criticize whomever I want, I’m not a Scientologist!

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        • Frank H. says:

          It’s likely I know a bit more about it than you, “artist”, ppppft… over 30 years familiarity, “helping” many families. “Don’t believe everything you read on the news”, LOL…!

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          • Deb says:

            Google Sea Org.

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            • Frank H. says:

              Hi Deb, “this forum is about saving America’s politics” (thus, salvaging a future for our country). Joy Villa is a hero, she dealt one heck of a blow to the “Grammy Elite” (and journalists covering etc), wearing that Make America Great Again / Trump dress.

              Someone here starting throwing around “oh, she’s a Scientologist”. Well give them extra points LOL, this girl did good. Let’s not bash Hindu’s, Mormons, Baptists, or anything else, OK? And re: your posts, I’m more familiar, personally, than anything Google could turn up.

              Let’s be on the same side, where we are on the same side. Best, Frank

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        • inspiredbytrump says:

          Thank you Artist!

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        • Tina says:

          One another note though. I want to say, regardless of your religion Joy! I am proud of the stance you’re taking against the Liberal bullies. I give you a standing ovation for that!!! Thumbs up and cheers!

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      • inspiredbytrump says:

        Frank – I am entitled to have an opinion even if it’s different from yours.

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        • Frank H. says:

          Of course you’re entitled to “your opinion”, but you’re dumping battery acid. There’s a difference. I’m a HUGE Trump fan, and I’ve read and apply tons of data from Scn that makes Trump’s positives crystal clear. This forum isn’t about Scn, and “you” are the one who chose to throw the one with the GUTS to wear that dress, under the bus, as a person. That’s a bit more “battery acid” than just expressing your opinion. If you met her, you’d probably be very impressed. She’s done something with what she’s studied. Best wishes, Frank H.

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          • inspiredbytrump says:

            Frank- typical over the top response. Bye Frank

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            • Frank H. says:

              It’s clear English. I thought your throwing the chick with guts to wear that dress to the Grammy’s under the bus for being a Scientologist was “over the top”. Just no need for the criticism “you” chose to type, but I got it, you’re going to criticize me now. I understand you pretty well. That’s why I spoke up. Have a great week.

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              • stella says:

                Questioning potential motives isn’t “throwing the chick … under the bus” or “over the top”.

                It’s an opinion and, considering the reputation of Scientology (which is not yours, apparently), not an unreasonable one.

                Cool off.

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                • Frank H. says:

                  She wore a “Make America Great Again” / Trump dress at the GRAMMY’s, huge positive impact. That anyone even brings up “other motives” or whatever is a bit loopy.

                  How about you cool off. “We can be done with this topic”. The points have all been well made, especially the point SHE, the one with real courage and initiative, was able to make on a broad scale. I’ve never heard of this girl but wow do I respect what she had the nerve to do, and successfully accomplish.

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                  • stella says:

                    Don’t lecture me, or anyone else here, ever again. I told you to cool off, rather than putting you in moderation, which I thought was nice of me. Now I think I made a mistake, because some people don’t learn.

                    Yes, I liked the dress and that she had the courage to wear it to the Grammy awards.

                    That doesn’t change the fact that others have a right to express their opinions about motive without you chasing them down and berating them.

                    Got it?

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                  • Frank H. says:

                    Stella, I didn’t realize you owned this place, and had the right to order people around. Sorry for my lack of awareness, LOL. Nice trick of “blocking a reply” you did (not quite the courage level of Joy at the Grammy’s), so I had to reply above. I am in discussion with others here Stella, you are the one who jumped in on me. To quote a person who thinks they are really smart, “cool off”.

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                  • stella says:

                    Okay, off to moderation you go. Have a nice time with the cellar dwellers.

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                  • stella says:

                    I didn’t block a reply, and have no idea what you are talking about. There are a limited number of nested comments. Perhaps you aren’t aware of that.

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      • yy4u says:

        I’m an Anglican Catholic and I have no idea what is so bad about Scientology. Islam cuts off heads, imprisons females in body bags, burns churches, etc. etc etc and so far as I know Scientology has done none of those. I remember Germany banned Scientology a few years back and instead let in millions of Muslims. How’d that work out for them?

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        • Frank H. says:

          Really obvious truths, and populations / governments ignore it. By the way the ban thing was based on lies, and got reversed, but it took some fighting to avoid being thrown off a tall building, like… some groups do to some people, sheesh.

          When I see those pictures of gays being thrown off tall buildings onto the concrete, and yet see the gays and liberals attacking Milo, it’s baffling to comprehend the stupidity.

          They attack Milo and anybody even going to HEAR him. How dangerous is Milo, compared to the millions let in, from countries known to hate us. Thank goodness adults are plugging the leaks and righting the ship. And they are fought.

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        • Dehbashi says:

          Ironically it is a hidden secret in Hollywood that the Scientology is the accepted religion where people can be normal due to how toxic Hollywood is to that in general. People get surprised when they hear that.

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        • Deb says:

          Google the Sea Org, Lisa McPherson, Operation Snow White.

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      • Helped my brother and his wife, too, Frank. Neither is associated with the group now, but they speak positively of it. Also, Buddhism helped my brother a lot. Yes, it took two religious traditions to penetrate his smart, but Californicated brain!

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    • Ron says:

      I think you may have missed the point of her message. Unite. Love., etc.

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    • heldnmut says:

      It MIGHT be manipulation on her part but I don’t care. At this point it was just great to see something positive about our Happy Warrior Trump at a leftist entertainment venue. It still took guts to go there dressed like that — they are a CRAZY bunch. And since sales have skyrocketed she may decide to carry on the “manipulation” indefinitely! 😄

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    • Dan says:

      I think its correlated with Scientology, but not in the way you think. She knows how to put up with persecution and be different.

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    • we300 says:

      OMG. Who cares? It was a blast, badass thing to do and she should be applauded for it.

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  4. Wookiebush says:

    She has a “Trump” Train.

    W.
    RAR!

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  5. Cetera says:

    Look at the size of that girl’s… Patriotism!

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  6. silverlakela says:

    Courageous Woman!!!
    Like and follow Joy Villa.
    https://twitter.com/Joy_Villa

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  7. boogywstew says:

    Is it just me or does Adele look like Tonya Harding, especially when she cried over her shoelaces breaking and they restarted her George Michael tribute and later when her hired henchman tried to break Joy Villa’s kneecaps.

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  8. JohnPaulJohnes says:

    She’s enjoying the attention, for now.

    She is #3 on Amazon bestsellers. Lady Gaga is #5.

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    • Frank H. says:

      Wow, nice to see support from the community, if only more out in society would openly support Ivanka as well!

      The left is quick to burn you down, not so quick to support… (especially paying for anything!)

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    • Rick20033 says:

      This is exactly how the culture gets taken away from the left: through our financial and verbal support of those with the courage to stand up to the left. I don’t care what her motivation is. Whoever is not against us is for us.

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    • bob says:

      I just went over to Amazon (I hate them!) and spent 99 cent on one of her songs. I encourage everyone here to do so. Imagine a female, Hispanic, musician coming out as a huge Trump supporter and being interviewed on every talk show in the USA. It will move the ball and encourage other Hispanics to come out. 35% voted Trump after all and half of women did.

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  9. OS says:

    Scientology: my sister was heroin addicted. This “church” of evil sucked her dry from every money she had left after her expensive addiction had have is toll, and made her hatefull against her supporting and loving family. Scientology, all about money, money, money. Be a human in despair, nothing is free, there is no love or compasion within this cult of evil. Only $ $ $. Scientology are experts to suck in people in despair and suck out everu dime they got. No money, no help to get from this “church” of evil lovers of $.

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    • Frank H. says:

      I spent $60 on a course that has totally moved things upward for me, including income as a software sales guy. I’ve met probably 20 or so ex-heroin addicts in Scientology over the past 30 years, along with alcohol, you name it, who “got it” on what’s wrong with that stuff and have turned their lives around big time, “totally clean” and understanding why that is important.

      Sorry that didn’t happen for your sister. If she would have been able to really pay attention, and try, it would have worked out for her, “the data is there and very clear”. Not everybody has the willpower.

      Do you have any idea the cost of most drug treatment programs? And how bad THEIR recovery rates are? Scientology / Narconon can’t be “100%”, because a person is involved who has to try, and their guts and willpower is part of the equation. That said, Narconon’s rate is much, much better than most.

      Sincerely sorry it didn’t work out for your sister. Of course it costs money, “to even try”. You would be amazed the cost and hours, to train the staff. Nothing is free, the government sure doesn’t pitch in here with this.

      I have a sister who I “know” is too hard core of an alcoholic to sincerely try, with Scientology or anything. I gave up trying to reach her, re: “change yourself”. Some just won’t, you could hit them with 10,000 volts LOL. My sister wouldn’t budge, no matter what.

      But I’ve seen many, many, do well, and even “find their own feet” much better even than before they got into their trouble.

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      • Trumped1 says:

        “if she would have been able to really pay attention, ”
        You are a disgusting POS. FO with your scientology missionary B.S.
        Trading one dependance for another, no thank you! Visit AA or other therapy that has good reviews.

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        • Frank H. says:

          I didn’t start this Scn thread, I just replied with what I know from personal experience. I’m actually a nice guy. You though, have elected yourself, for sure, as “what you said”, “a disgusting POS”. I’m not a missionary, dude. In fact, stay away from Scn, you wouldn’t fit. It’s for able, wanting to get more able, and for those trying to help. I don’t think you’d fit, at all, but thanks for your comments. Everyone reveals themselves.

          Read the reviews on AA by the way.

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          • RG says:

            You have a right to reply and we all have a right to reply.
            I have heard some of the negatives about scientology and have watched millions of people screw their life to hades by choosing a bad way of life.
            I also know hundreds who are neither believers or followers of scientology or other who get help one way or another and it works. I have personally been to the funerals of more 40+ years old addicts than I care to remember.
            Scientology appears to be a hard core belief system that holds people accountable to their message by using intense coercion tactics. Once you commit or join their program you have told them to do whatever it takes to help me live a clean and better life. It is a choice for adults and not much of a choice for children who grow up with it. That’s the rub in my opinion. Consenting adults OK, children NO. Isn’t that what the rub was with the Tom Cruze and his latest wife. The children must not be used or abused.

            With AA, NA, etc. you have the freedom to leave when you want to if whether you can handle the outcome of your actions or not. With Scientology, it appears that they hold you to your committment and demand results. Just saying…..

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            • Frank H. says:

              I’ve seen people leave Scn, no problemo. If they publicly trash it, “like Trump”, Scn defends itself a bit, that often is needed just to set the story straight. If Trump didn’t set the story straight, he’d be under the bus every day of the week and would stay there.

              Nobody’s perfect, and humans with emotions who took courses etc probably made mistakes dealing with other people. No doubt.

              My son is 14 years old, a few months from being an Eagle Scout, “clean as a whistle”, done 10 or so Scn courses, it REALLY helped him learn how to study. He’s in a co-education college program, while in high school.

              When I was at his age, going on his path, “it was much different for me”. Drugs and alcohol. Not horrible horrible, but enough to “stunt life a bit”. Scn helped me turn that around. I’m a much, much better father than I would have been otherwise.

              Final note on this: “People” are a variable. Individuals, in Christianity, in Mormon’s thing, or in Scn, “you’re dealing with individual people”. I’ve met whacko’s in restaurants, stores, and in every religion. If they are trying to get better, that says something for the individual.

              I’ve met some flawed people along the way in Scn, but 99% of them were trying to get better, most that I saw, definitely succeeded. Some individuals, anywhere, “don’t”.

              There is no pill, or shortcut. My 14 year old son understands that very clearly, but, some look for the shortcut, get disappointed or whatever. It’s “us” that does the work. Some won’t.

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            • Mist'ears Mom says:

              Amen RG-the only requirement to be in AA is a desire to stop drinking. That’s it! No separating people from their family or locking them up or having them spend thousands of dollars on reading materials and confession testing for supposed crimes you’ve committed.
              Scientology is a fake religion that worships some weirdo space alien. Now AA is not a religion and has helped more people that Scn would ever be able to help.
              Everyone has their own opinion and Scn may be what some people need to help them but it is a highly controversial group-AA for the most part is not – except that is from people trying to push their own agenda onto something else or those in great denial.

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              • Frank H. says:

                Wow, you’ve read a lot into this! It’s very simple, in fact Joy Villa has benefited “which is obvious” with all that this thread is about. You’ve got a pretty strong prejudice running, the “prejudice against __” really doesn’t belong here. That’s all I’ve spoken out about. Can you be ok with being happy for what Joy Villa had the guts to do? I’m sure if she was openly Mormon or whatever else there would be “discussion” as well.

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          • Old Lady says:

            Ok Frank we get it. You love Scientology.

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      • Rick20033 says:

        “Y’know, we’re all wasting our time writing this hack science fiction! You wanta make real money, you gotta start a religion!”
        – L Ron Hubbard, science fiction writer and, later, the founder of the very sceince fictony cult of Scientology

        He said variations of the above quote over and over and over, then he went out and did it. C’mon. That’s a coincidence?

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        • Frank H. says:

          I love quotes, and quite often I’ll research one, someone says “Einstein said this”, or a quote will be attributed to Thomas Jefferson, “and it isn’t”. Several I’ve researched ended up being said in the 1700’s, and attributed to Einstein. I could make something up and say “Rick20033 said that”, I make this point to debunk that money / religion quote.

          You probably know this, but even you didn’t “quote it” the way it’s sometimes quoted. It’s a lie. By the way I’ve never seen people pinch a penny, and invest it well in a beat up old building and make it beautiful, the way these guys do. But it’s to deliver what they do. They aren’t motivated by money, I’ve seen the gears of the machine up close. It’s expensive to deliver the services they deliver, and nothing is free, not their electricity or food either. At any rate, especially with the internet, anybody can say anybody said anything.

          By the way I’ve read probably close to 10,000 pages of stuff he wrote, and listened to over 500 recorded lectures. Very sincere guy, and he never ever talked, once, about making money off starting a religion. Anybody ever say anything false about Trump, trying to throw him under the bus? Now you know the motivation of “some in society”, against someone trying to do others some good. It will be fought. And lied about. And some, without good “actual” research, repeat the lies.

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          • Rick20033 says:

            Frank, I was just coming back to note that the whole subject of Scientology is off subject for this thread and to apologize for contributing to that. Then I saw your comment. 🙂 Despite the fact that I would LOVE to get into the suggestion that Hubbard didn’t say something that he said repeatedly (according to various witnesses. See his Wikipedia page), this isn’t the thread for it. Maybe someone will talk about it in the open thread.

            In the meantime, in the context of THIS thread, you and I are allies. 🙂

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            • Frank H. says:

              Yes, we are allies. I am very thankful people like you are here, and for all that Sundance expresses so well, and for the hard work Trump has put in and many (including re: this Grammy dress), not expecting rewards, just doing what’s right, and working hard to avoid disaster.

              Re: “according to various witnesses”, I have a confession for you. I think the very biggest liars, the very slimiest people I have ever met, have been some who may even be some of the “authors of those kind of statements” you’ve expressed, it’s not your fault you read what people wrote or what some said some said.

              I’m seeing eye opening parallels “from participating on this page”, with evil I’ve seen in the past, outright lies, and “full strength attempts to harm”, (several murder attempts were made on Hubbard, some even from the government during Nixon’s time), and what Trump is going through.

              Maybe the better your motives and more effective you are at it, the more you need that bulletproof vest Trump has to wear.

              I appreciate everyone here, and don’t expect us all to walk the same paths.

              Thank goodness we have the freedom for our choices and paths that Nov 8th allowed all in this country, regardless of their choices or views.

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      • stella says:

        Most help organizations ARE free. Take Salvation Army, for example.

        An organization that charges to help you isn’t a church – it’s a for-profit clinic. That alone doesn’t necessarily make it bad, just not a church.

        Are you a current member?

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    • Frank H. says:

      What an amazing “drop of the other shoe” this chic did (and the designer, I read that GatewayPundit page earlier, “courageous guy” who has his head on straight), I figured it would be all one sided with the voice at the Grammy’s, “Madonna” etc…

      THIS hitting Headline Drudge, “major exposure” for outside the Hollywood crowd, “the majority of counties voting” side, AWESOME Statement…

      And that took some courage.

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      • facebkwallflower says:

        What is so great is this dress, this artist and this designer, with their message of love and peace, have stolen the show from those that wanted so desperately to be heard ranting against our country and Trump. They managed it without their voice.

        Winning is so, so grand.

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  10. EveryDayWoman says:

    I love her bravery and enthusiasm but I think it will be hypocritical of us conservatives if we praise her for her politics but denounce liberal celebrities for their. I still believe award ceremonies should not be a political event.

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    • Frank H. says:

      This girl did not speak up at a big public event criticizing “the other side”, she didn’t call Hillary or Obama supporters “names”, she didn’t issue threats, and look how bright this chic is. I’d enthusiastically support her regardless of her color, religion, what state she came from, or if she was 3 feet tall.

      Didn’t rag on others, “big” difference compared to other celebrities you may be thinking of that have been criticized for speaking out about their views…

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    • Rick20033 says:

      I agree that awards shows shouldn’t be political events, but this one was already announced as one where the entertainers were encouraged to be political. She just didn’t go about it in the way they wanted, 🙂

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  11. Linus_in_W.PA. says:

    I read that her album sales went through the roof after she appeared in her Trump gown.

    OUTSTANDING!!!

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  12. Patriot1783 says:

    The Trump dress stemmed from the designer Andre after hearing what was said during the “women’s march” what a great story and inspiration!

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/02/exclusive-interview-designer-make-america-great-dress-pro-trump-immigrant-photos/

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  13. mrsqt says:

    Beyonce wearing ridiculous costumes to keep her name in the headlines and Katy Perry’s political stand (aka desperately trying to stay progressively relevant) was NO match for Joy. Joy stole the show right out from under their noses! LOVE IT!

    People are so over these self-absorbed loons who have absolutely exhausted their ability to shock us.

    “Stars” like Beyonce and Katy are too consumed by their own narcissism to realize just how desperate they’ve become!

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    • Frank H. says:

      You are so right. And your post points out, “they really don’t have much to give to society”, of any real help. Trump does, to put it mildly. And they fight that? With that much electricity of hate, willing to grind others to dust? They can’t see themselves.

      20 years from now, (or even 2 or 4 years), the reality of actual benefit brought by Trump and team will be so apparent, these people will be pubicly visible to one and all as broken and shamed fools.

      What kind of fool doesn’t realize “Trump didn’t need the money”, yet they think he’s trying to profit as a motive. Some people you just can’t teach.

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  14. yy4u says:

    I tried to order a song on Apple I Tunes (haven’t bought any music from them since 2014) and they’ve changed their programming so drastically I could get it on my wish list but couldn’t see any place to buy song. Any Apple users out there can tell me how to buy her song. I want to support her (recommend everyone else do the same). If I can’t make I Tunes work, any suggestions as to how to support this gal otherwise?

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  15. yy4u says:

    Just wrote the following to Nordstrom’s: I read somewhere once that for ever 1 person who takes the time and trouble to write and mail a letter, there is a ratio of people who feel the same way but who don’t take the time and trouble to write.

    February 13, 2017

    Mr. Blake Nordstrom
    President
    1617 6th Avenue
    Seattle, WA 98101

    Dear Mr. Nordstrom:

    You have a fine store at MacArthur Mall in Norfolk, Virginia.

    The café upstairs has delicious food, and even when I’m not shopping, if I’m in the vicinity of MacArthur Mall, I always make an effort to eat in the Nordstrom café. When guests visit from out of town, we always take them to MacArthur and when there, always lunch at the café’. The last time we went, it was expressly to eat at the café after taking in a few of the museums in the area.

    Over the years I’ve bought some beautiful clothing from Nordstrom’s, including a wardrobe of St. John knits to wear when I travel. But my favorite purchase is a lovely, beige lace cocktail dress with a 60’s style. The dress would be bland and uninteresting, however, except for the striking pair of Ivanka Trump plum-colored heels I bought to go with it. The effect of the shoes and dress is exactly what I was aiming for, understated but with a definite pop.

    But since you have decided to use your store as a political entity rather than a retail establishment, I and my family will no longer shop nor eat at Nordstrom’s. You vote with your store; we’ll vote with our wallets and hope millions join us. Showing I am just as petty and small as you, I close by saying I hope your company suffers a financial setback from which you will never recover.

    Sincerely,

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    • Frank H. says:

      Beautiful, your letter lured him right into the sledgehammer!

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    • yy4u says:

      I added a PS

      P.S. I used a phony address on the return envelope because the Left in this country is showing itself to be anarchic thugs not all that dissimilar to Hitler’s brown shirts and Mussolini’s black shirts. If you doubt me, think Berkeley and NYU recently – men (I suppose they’re men; that might be debatable) wearing ski masks and balaclavas throwing rocks, setting fires and beating up and macing Trump supporters. As a Trump supporter, I’d have to be insane to divulge my address to a supporter of that kind of thugocracy. You are known, sir, by the company you keep.

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      • Frank H. says:

        Would be nice to cc: that letter to many others in their management, to make sure it actually reaches people in case the one letter to Blake isn’t just filtered out before reaching that one guy…

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      • sunnydaze says:

        Nice P.S., yy4u. Ouch. Truth hurts.

        Probably good to call these supporters of the “Anti_Trump” crowd out for what they really are: Supporters of Americans who think it’s fun to beat up and harass fellow Americans.

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    • petszmom says:

      beautiful as the stunning outfit you described. i have been writing emails, too, or engaging live chats: kellogg’s, tj maxx, zappos, etc. i urge people to speak up!

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    • CC says:

      Love it! And something tells me that the group of people that Nordstroms is pandering to damn sure can’t afford St. John. Most of their cars (if they even have one) probably cost less than a St. John knit. What a bunch of morons they have running that company!

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  16. JT says:

    What a beautiful smile she has.

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  17. Clint says:

    The is courage folks.

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  18. sunnydaze says:

    Her twitter follows have gone from 21K last nite to almost 75K now, the next morning. Great message from this person:

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  19. I keep coming back to this thread because looking at the photos makes me smile. The designer was interviews on Fox & Friends this morning and yes, they both voted for Trump!

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  20. facebkwallflower says:

    An extra bonus: The dress is a “green” dress, a recycled, repurposed dress! I was made from a Trump campaign banner/flag. How cool is that? Those on Pinterest post this on the DYI or repurposed clothing areas. It

    From an amateur home-sewer, the amount of fabric used (minimal) is a feat. He could sell the pattern. How many would love a prom dress made out of a school banner/flag????

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  21. Trumped1 says:

    She has now the top 6 positions of rising albums @amazon and the whole(!) top10 in singles!
    And is #1 in albums before beyonce, gaga etc. 😀
    Capitalism in all its glory
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/movers-and-shakers/dmusic/digital-music-album/

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  22. Grannysue says:

    We need more people like her to do this. The violence of the globalist tools is frightening. My husband wears his Trump hat everywhere he goes. He gets a whole lot of good comments.

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    • Plain Jane says:

      i am still wearing my Sworovsky Trump broach everywhere I go. Men smile at me with a twinkle in their eye when I see them notice the broach (I’m 70+ and not a cougar 🙂 ). Women are always telling me how much they like my pin. Waitresses who are not our waitress come over special to tell me they really like my pin. I love it.

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  23. Trumped1 says:

    She is now also #1 on Itunes!

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  24. Mike diamond says:

    I like the dress,joy villa is bold, more singers need to step forward in support of trump!

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  25. Jay Phillips says:

    I was so impressed with her choice of fashion I bought her album twice, on iTunes and Amazon. Glad to see it’s #1 on both charts.

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  26. on top of it all, she has a beautiful voice!

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  27. JohnPaulJohnes says:

    I don’t know her, but looking at her past, I thought she was doing it for shock and attention then would walk back after things got ‘too hot’.
    Her past dresses were boldly revealing, and thought this was another bold move.

    I now think she may either be a real supporter, or a neutral non-hater of Trump. She’s definitely grateful of her appreciation, sudden success, of Trump supporters, and Trump himself.

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  28. silverlakela says:

    Amazing!!!
    She is the top 5 in the last 24 hours.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/movers-and-shakers/dmusic/digital-music-album/ref=zg_bs_tab_t_bsms

    I wonder if faux Trump supporters will jump on the bandwagon.
    It will create a support Trump trend, like the Oprah Effect.

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  29. kimosaabe says:

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  30. In AZ says:

    http://www.mikerindersblog.org/scientology-shill-joy-villa-plays-the-trump-card/#comments

    The link is to a blog by an ex Scientologist, Mike Rinder. Mike Rinder was very high up in Scientology, but ended up leaving. He has teamed up with actress Leah Remini to make an A&E series about the abuses of Scientology. Ms. Remini left Scientology in 2013.

    I watched the A&E show and it is very good…..like a documentary. Ex Scientologists are very liberal, and the comments on Mr. Rinder ‘ s blog show just how far left these people are, which is very unfortunate. And ex Scientologists are usually not religious. Rinder and Remini are doing a good thing by exposing Scientology abuses and scams.

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    • Frank H. says:

      I actually know Mike Rinder. I’ve spent some time with him. He’s not an honest person, that frankly caused the rift with Scn “and Him”. But for you, let’s keep the purpose of this forum on a good track, shall we, “this forum is about saving America’s politics” (thus, salvaging a future for our country).

      Joy Villa is a hero, she dealt one heck of a blow to the “Grammy Elite” (and journalists covering etc), wearing that Make America Great Again / Trump dress.

      Someone here starting throwing around “oh, she’s a Scientologist”. Well give them extra points LOL, this girl did good. Let’s not bash Hindu’s, Mormons, Baptists, or anything else, OK? And re: your posts, I’m more familiar, personally, than anything Google could turn up.

      Let’s be on the same side, where we are on the same side. Best, Frank

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  31. lokiscout says:

    Have to check out her material! Best way I know to show my appreciation.

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