Bye, Ivanka pic.twitter.com/SZ6rvNvpr7
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) November 6, 2020
Slate: Whereas once I expended anger upon you, now I am simply glad never to be forced to think of you again. Whereas many have contended over the years that you acted valiantly, if secretly, to mitigate and ameliorate the cruelty of your father, the evidence suggests that you instead acted corruptly, if secretly, to coat his viciousness in silky pink pearlescent influencer goo.
— Laxman Upadhaya (लक्ष्मण उपाध्याय) (@6c3431ae54874ed) November 8, 2020
I seem to remember a group who made a series of videos that said Bye to these people but I can’t put my finger on it https://t.co/YpDljqwUaN
— Brett Meiselas (@BMeiselas) November 8, 2020
Surely it is unjust to have been born to perform one task: moving Trump product, hawking the Trump brand, filling the Trump coffers, endlessly pitching and selling and managing the Trump units that filled the Trump warehouses, and the Trump wine bottles, and the foreign Trump factory storerooms full to bursting.
Please go with him !!! pic.twitter.com/JKEBesqbz5
— Lynli Cowart (@CowartLynli) November 8, 2020
That was the destiny you should have been left to fulfill, with its empty slogans of feminism and faith, equality and motherhood, globalism and environmentalism. But of course, feminism and faith, equality and motherhood, globalism and environmentalism are real values.
When not just being repurposed to help you hawk midpriced kitten heels, each demands the arduous work of justice. Humility, I understand, is not on brand for Trumps but attempts at any of these fundamentals of justice without humility is actually just shilling.
If and when you look back at your life, maybe you will realize that this is where it all went wrong: You were superb at the pitchman stuff, and maybe if your creepy dad hadn’t decided to run for president, you could have stayed in that branded plastic world of warehouses and factories and skyscrapers. read more