Free Speech Or Risky Speech?

How would you like it if there were a committee of people assembled in your town who got to decide whether or not you have free speech to participate in the public square? Or if you will be banned from access to the same resources everyone else communicates with?

Well, that is what Facebook is rolling out over whether Trump has free speech and access to the public square or not? Of course, in this case they decided that no, in fact, he does not. He shall remain banned and shunned like a leper, well, at least for six more months. What happens then? Maybe their “high Committee” will gather for another verdict.

If any of it sounds absurd, it should. What if you were treated the same way? All it takes is them declaring you a risk and unpalatable. Supposedly Zuckerberg went to the trouble of having this so-called independent committee decide Trump’s fate. But essentially, it could be our fate as well, and will be, since we can all be given the same ostracized treatment.

It comes down to their verdict of whether one’s speech is free speech or risky speech, or if their empowered committee cancels your participation rights or not? But never tell these arrogant lords of social media that their own right to exist or function is contingent on approval of some “mob” or “committee” — either one amounts to the same thing.

In the end, anything that may be a risk or threat to their power is branded an intolerable risk that cannot be allowed, because it  threatens their habitat and power. Isn’t that what this is all about, their habitat and its preservation? They get to decide who is allowed into their ever-expansive habitat and who is not. But then they don’t live by their own rules, yet they hold the cancel button for everyone else in their hands.

In this hierarchy, there are no appeals or other arbiters, all decisions and cancellations are final. If the mob decides you should be deleted, you are. They control town square and those in it. Who made big-tech kings? I thought America did not accept such royalty.

Josh Hawley gave us a preview even before his book comes out. And now that it is coming out, despite their cancel attempts, the Left are even more enraged than before.

What else is new, we have a president whose Justice Department is targeting his political opponents. Rudy Giuliani is raided like some criminal. Notice how days after news came out about John Kerry collaborating and sharing classified intelligence with the Iranians, it is suddenly time to round up Rudy. Great diversion and defensive tactics. Do you think we’ll ever see John Kerry rounded up and raided for what he was doing for four years? Nah. Have you ever thought such things were possible in America?

That is the problem, it doesn’t feel like America with these things happening. This is not democracy or America; it is anti-American. And part of the country wants it that way.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

What Is Wrong With Chauvin Verdict

The issue at hand is not the verdict of the Derek Chauvin trial itself but with the interpretation and narrative about it and the verdict.

But first, here is what Biden said about it:

“It was a murder in the full light of day, and it ripped the blinders off for the whole world to see the systemic racism the Vice President just referred to — the systemic racism that is a stain our nation’s soul; the knee on the neck of justice for Black Americans; the profound fear and trauma, the pain, the exhaustion that Black and brown Americans experience every single day.”

Let us be honest not partisan hacks or BLM activists. The fact that Chauvin’s actions or trial ripped the blinders off of the systemic racism is hogwash. It did nothing of the sort. It revealed no systemic racism.

It did not in the trial do that. Systemic racism, or what is typically meant by it, has little to noting to do with the charges or results. Where is that case?

The case was not about racism or a racial motives. Just because you have a black suspect, it is not racism. You would have to say but for the fact Floyd was black it would not have happened, or have gone the way it did. You don’t have that.That case was not tried.

Lost in this case is the fact that he was a suspect for giving fraudulent payment to a store. The reason for approaching him was clear. It was not harassment because he was a black man. He was not singled out for race.

So very odd that, for a case that was billed far and wide as a prime example of systemic racism, it was not really about racism at all. It was about police brutality or misconduct. It was about whether Chauvin caused Floyd’s death. It would have been the same if it were a white person. But his race was not a factor of the brutality. It was not proven so.

Yes, no need for all the disclaimers that it was the correct verdict. And it was not wrong. But the case was not about what we are being told it was all about. Why can’t they be honest about the entire case and circumstances involved?

That systemic racism narrative does not line up with the facts or trial. The trial itself was not about racism. It was about three counts of charges for his wrongful  death.

 

Biden went on to say in his WH remarks:

“The murder of George Floyd launched a summer of protest we hadn’t seen since the Civil Rights era in the ‘60s — protests that unified people of every race and generation in peace and with purpose to say, “Enough.  Enough.  Enough of the senseless killings.”

Enough of the senseless killings? (plural) But there was reason for the confrontation of Floyd which occurred that day. Biden suggests there is an unending stream of “killings.” The only unending stream of shootings and homicides, occurring on random innocent people by the way, goes on every day in Chicago and NYC.. Yet Joe never talks about those numbers of killings. Not to mention volumes of killings of cops across the country.

He neglects to mention a summer of riots and looting that resulted, which he never talks about. It took him over 3 months to even mention the violence when they occurred. That rioting was one hell of a lot of unification, wasn’t it?

People did unite over the wrongful death but not the “systemic racism” narrative the Left and media continually postulated. But it seems there is  never enough of that.

Here is what else Biden said:

“They (people of color) don’t have to worry about whether their sons or daughters will come home after a grocery store run or just walking down the street or driving their car or playing in the park or just sleeping at home.”

No, they have to worry about that in Chicago, NYC etc., but not at the hands of cops.

“And this takes acknowledging and confronting, head on, systemic racism and the racial disparities that exist in policing and in our criminal justice system more broadly. “

The systemic racism is not the culprit of murders, unless you are counting the thugs and gangs in the street as systemically racist. There are racial disparities though that Joe and Democrats never want to address. Over and out.

This racism narrative is gross negligence of reality.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

 

Floyd Verdict Hangs In Air

Tuesday it is reported the jury in the George Floyd case has come to a verdict. It will be reported soon. That could mean only one thing.

But tonight the verdict will be delivered to Minneapolis. Does it survive?

In the coming days the verdict will be delivered across the country. We surmise what that will be. What was that deliberation process?

So it isn’t a hung jury for Floyd but it could be for the country. What a shame. Protests are planned in solidarity with Floyd in major cities.

And if Mad Auntie Maxine’s comments were not enough yesterday, Biden added to the mix suggesting the verdict is overwhelming, in his opinion.

It all sort of makes you wonder deeply what due process really is?

NBC: “”But at the same time, I can’t stop people from doing the things that they’re doing because people are in pain,” Floyd[George’s brother] said, adding Daunte Wright was killed by a police officer following a routine traffic stop just 10 miles from the court room where Chauvin is being tried. “They’re hurt.”

I don’t see pain as riots and looting. Hurt doesn’t align with destroying bunsinesses and personal property in towns and cities across the country. America awaits that verdict.

How about a piece of justice?

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

The First And Last Responders

I apologize in advance for the rant but it cannot be helped, it is necessary. I have two main points if I can make them adequately. Words and language have their own limitations.

I am sick and tired of the attitude of some leaders on the right – well-intentioned as they may be. Stop treating this like it is all some unavoidable accident. All this is not a mistake. It is an intentional agenda.

We cannot act like it is an incompetence problem when radical leftists want to impose these circumstances on us. It is not fate or coincidence.

What we are witnessing is the fabric of the country being torn apart in a radical rage but they are fully aware in what they do. That is the entire point of it. So top treating it like a series of mistakes. You know, the border, the defunding police, the green new deal, court packing, surveillance, all kinds of control. It is a sustained, systematic, targeted attempt to destroy the fabric of the country, what holds it together.

 

Something else: they are trying to ignite a race war in the country. Let’s be clear about that too. They are part way there already. Maybe we cannot stop what they are hell-bent on inciting. Oh, but that too is intentional.

It makes me livid watching people like Lindsey Graham or others act as if this were all by horrible mistake. Face it. Call it out for what it is. Tell everyone what they are intentionally doing. Confront them on intentions. Let’s not kid ourselves about phony objectives.

Don’t be reluctant using criticism of their decision-making or faulty positions on issues. Can’t we all hear the silence on the left about these “problems” or the chaos that follows? This is their agenda.

 

It is not misplacing or misappropriating power, it is the abuse of it. But they know what they are doing. It is not a matter of informing them of the problems. They are the problem. So stop kidding people about the objectives when they are very clear.

We know we are in a pickle, we know why. It is because the left will refuse course correction because they will not change their radical direction. It is not a matter of pressure on them either.

So stop with the accident treatment. Stop just screaming at the arsonist to put down the flame thrower. Who should we call? There is no 911 to call, no sheriff, no courts will answer the call. Even the Supreme Court refuses to respond. No one is coming to our aid; no one is going to stop or prevent it all. No one is coming to the rescue.

We the people are on our own. It’s all up to us now.

We are the only responders, And that’s all there is. We’re it.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Now We’re Getting Serious

The notorious John Cleese finally comes clean about Monty Python.

“Not wishing to be left behind by Hank Azaria, I would like to apologise on behalf of Monty Python for all the many sketches we did making fun of white English people,” Cleese joked. “We’re sorry for any distress we may have caused.”

On behalf of all those identifying as white, half-cocked, Cockney Caucasians, I accept your apology and forgive you. But do grovel on.

Remember, people, it is never too late to admit your ignorance. It’s been a long time coming. That’s one for the cracker barrel.

 

 

Politician CEOs

This old Jack Bruce favorite is dedicated to those corporations and CEOs out there playing the game, hijacking the All Stars. You know who they are. We got their number.

A lot has changed since 2002 when this incarnation of Politician was recorded.

Live at Canterbury Fayre 2002

Biden’s Infrastructure Plan

If you want to understand what Biden’s infrastructure plan really is, then you have to read this article from the Cato Institute.

Surprise, surprise… his plan is not all glitter. And the effects certainly are not what they are cooked up to be. But other than that, it is a big spending plan anyway.

Biden’s Anti‐​Infrastructure Plan

March 25, 2021 • Commentary

By Chris Edwards

President Biden and the Democrats just spent $1.9 trillion on an unneeded stimulus bill, and that could be just the beginning of their budget blowout. Next up is an infrastructure plan of $2 trillion or more. The stimulus bill was debt‐​financed, but Democrats are saying that the infrastructure bill will be funded by tax hikes. Those hikes, combined with the labor and green regulations Biden wants to impose, will damage infrastructure, not help it.

The key to infrastructure policy is recognizing that the private sector owns most of it. In 2019, the nation had a massive $40 trillion in nondefense, nonresidential fixed assets, which is a broad measure of infrastructure. The private sector owns 65% of it, including power stations, freight railways, pipelines, factories, broadband networks, and much else. State and local governments own 30%, including highways, schools, and airports. The federal government owns just 5%, including dams, postal facilities, and other assets.

“Biden’s corporate tax hikes would undermine these crucial investments, yet his infrastructure plan includes billions of dollars in subsidies for broadband. Biden would take with one hand what he gives with another, and the overall economy would shrink as markets are replaced by political resource allocations.”

Read at Cato.org

This will explain what his plan actually does, not what Biden says. Bold all right. Killer bold.

Shovel-ready Joe is back. This time with a bigger shovel.

 

Wokeness Is Reality

What if…. Start now with something so basic that you never before would have had to explain it to someone. But today you feel compelled to. And it is not because people are dumb or dumber than before or that they don’t know.

They don’t know because they’ve been conditioned. Reality is only their truth and the perception of their truth upon everyone else. Their truth is shallow; it is ideology. It is a mixture of the top popular wokeness ideas in history. Since this strain is a relatively new phenomenon, it is a bunch of new ideas all mixed together. Yet it all leads to places of old.

But old ideas are relics to be destroyed under this concept.

Wikipedia (source for all things today) says:

Woke is a term that refers to a perceived awareness of issues that concern social justice and racial justice. It derives from the African-American Vernacular English expression stay woke.

First used in the 1940s, woke has resurfaced in recent years as a concept that symbolizes perceived awareness of social issues and movement. By the late 2010s, woke had been adopted as a more generic slang term associated with left-wing politics, progressive or socially liberal causes such as anti-racism, LGBT rights, feminism and environmentalism. It has also been the subject of memes, ironic usage and criticism for its methods and consequences. Its widespread use since 2014 is a result of the Black Lives Matter movement and the death of George Floyd in 2020.

What is this jabber about? History has not yet recorded the effects of this new wokeness on society. But by the first impressions, it will not be good. We still don’t know how far it can go yet. We can only hope that, while every popular idea seems to have a shelf life, this one too has an expiration date. But up to this point anyway, we cannot know that.

We can’t say for certainty that this one will die off, as other things have, that senses might prevail. What senses? That is because this is to replace sense or common sense specifically. Well, what is common sense anyway but a collection of biases supported by collective people? But who says common sense prevails? Or that common sense does take root?

Under these current conditions that is not a foregone conclusion anymore. Common sense indeed can be abolished if enough people decide it should be. We can make rules against common sense. We can disallow it.

Now that would be a very radical experiment or goal to try. But adherents are intent on doing just that. Who really cares what the purpose of it all is, if the predominant goal is only to tear down conventional ideas and reason? Where does that all leave you?

And since nothing really happens in this world in a vacuum, what is the relative effect of this in the world? We cannot even estimate that.

You see, strange as all this talk sounds, like some mumble jumble, it is the same kind of talk one could hear on a given day about what is going on. Things don’t make sense. Motives and culture itself seem deliberately twisted in knots. Why? Anyone’s guess is no better or worse than another’s. Who can say for certain? Is there anyone in particular leading it? Confusing.  It is more of a group culture think, and momentum leads.

At this point, one could write some jabber like this meaning very little or a lot, depending, and could even be considered inspiring. So maybe there is some hope, though remote, that this radical thing called wokeness can reverse engineer itself by the same evolution it was created. But don’t bet on it. More appropriate is the concern of what it will do?

When does this woke get broke?

I don’t mind so much new ideas built on established things and concepts; but this wokeness appears hell-bent on destroying, tearing down and abolishing any conventional concepts.

Is it winning?

Does something now as basic as America survive the targeted onslaught? Stay tuned. But if not, don’t expect an epitaph. Woke doesn’t do those. God save us from this Woke.

We are where we are,

surrounded by Woke

and it don’t feel better,

It just feels worse.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Riding With Biden

That was a slogan you heard a lot on the campaign trail. Team Biden was proud of that. Almost as proud as the “building back better” slogan.

What disturbs me and many people I’ve spoken to is that none of what Biden is doing is stuff he ran on. In fact, he was running away from it.

None of the Democrats were running on these things either. Not killing jobs and pipelines, shuddering businesses, keeping schools closed, increasing national debt, raising taxes, economic lock down, open borders, abortion, gun control, the New Green Deal.

That’s because none of it were winning issues and they weren’t popular.

But just like we predicted, Joe was the Trojan Horse. Out from his torso popped all this stuff upon entering the WH. He was pregnant with progressive socialism and we didn’t know it. He even denied anti-fracking and open border positions. He hid from the Court-packing agenda. We were only making all those policies up.

Now he is into women’s sports and issuing edicts, like dear colleague letters, to college campuses on cultural matters. Everything he refused to talk about on the campaign are the things he made priorities in his first 6 weeks. And he is only getting started. That Trojan Horse was chock full of all kinds of crazy ideas, as Claire McCaskill once called them.

But like McCaskill denied being one of those “crazy Democrats,” Biden would not run on or admit to any of this crazy — even if he wasn’t all there, he knew that much. Like Claire migrating to MSNBC to let out her inner crazy, Joe finds himself doing anything except what he talked about in the campaign.. He morphed into a Bernie Sanders clone.  

What about all that riding with Biden mantra?  Those people were riding on pure fantasy. He substituted a crazy, radical sociopolitical agenda for whatever it was he ran on.

They didn’t like kids in cages at the border, remember? A good way to keep that from happening would be stopping illegal immigration in the first place. Then keep with the organized control of the border we were doing. But no, he now tells them “wait, don’t come right now.” IOW, give us time to prepare and you can all come. The more the merrier. The borders are officially open and, once they are, we cannot regulate it.

It turns out those floods of illegals coming were riding with Biden too. They have the T-shirts to prove it. “Biden,… let us in.” We’re here as planned.

All those people were riding with Biden, the guy who is not capable of participating in Bingo at Sunny Side. And the whole world knows it. Dr. Jill Biden pretends ol’ Joe is just fine in the worst gaslighting campaign we’ve ever seen. Can we have a 2nd opinion, please?

Neither he nor any of the Democrats ran on all this craziness unfolding. We said it and were attacked for calling it socialism, or the green new deal. At the time they said none of the Dems were running on that. But that is what they are doing, and remaking America into some 3rd world hell-hole.  Transformation they call it.

No, they all ran away from that stuff and now embrace it as their agenda. Who’s kidding whom? But all this crazy cultural crap, who talked about that on the campaign trail — a complete transgender, LGBTQ foreign policy and promoting it around the globe?

These people were riding with Biden to Brokeback Mountain, Transformation Ridge.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

A Word On Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh has been gone about a week and the press seems obsessed by calling him hate-filled or divisive. He’ll live on rent-free in their minds.

First off, no one has probably done more for the conservative movement than Rush Limbaugh. But there are some consequences for that kind of success. He was targeted by the Left’s smear machine for decades. It’s what happens when you are effective.

The steady drumbeat from the media is calling him hate radio and divisive, polarizing. Only by the Left’s terminology and standards.

So telling the truth about the Left, their agenda and tactics is hate? Exposing what the Left is doing is divisive? Talking about issues and policy is divisive? The DNC has no patience for anyone truth-telling on the airwaves.

Rush could have been the original cancel culture target. They wanted nothing more than to remove him from the air, shut him up and destroy him. They couldn’t. He thrived on their efforts and it fed into his talk operation. Certainly the Left will be on the lookout for anyone rivaling his reach and popularity. Yes, he was a phenomenon.

But one has to understand what came before Rush: The Fairness Doctrine. That was the policy that forced airwaves to give “equal time” to issues and politics. As usual, the Left found a way to use that to shut down conservative opinion or ideas. The media would say they could not give equal time to the other side, so effectively it cancelled conservative speech. In effect, you were limited by your opposition’s inability to present another side.

The effect of that policy worked the same as their silencing agenda. They use social media now to do the silencing. There is no fairness. Equality is the last thing the Left wants. They want and demand a stacked deck: institutionally, culturally, and in the airwaves.

With Rush, they could have none of that. He wasn’t going to give them a minute of peace. He was probably enemy number one for that reason. The Left despises competition. They resent being challenged by the truth. And they certainly hated any idea about the numbers of Rush’a audience.

But yet in such an environment Rush Limbaugh flourished like wild flowers.

Just an aside, I remember back about ’92 a friend from Kansas City gave me Limbaugh’s book. He said this is the guy to watch and listen to. I started reading the book and realized this guy had the same ideas I had. For the first time the issues he would talk about made sense in a sea of political chaos. But the very best part was to realize there were a lot of people out there, almost a limitless amount, who agreed and felt the same way. And we were not going away. That is the way I remember it anyhow.

So now there are over 20 million Limbaugh’s who are out there. They are not alone or isolated. He started the ball rolling. But the Left saw the same thing with Goldwater and then Reagan before. They at least knew what it meant for them. If imitation is a form of flattery, the Left tried to duplicate it but couldn’t make it work on Air America.

I’ll miss Rush, but never ever forget him.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Governmental Monopolies R US

Have we all noticed that when the government seizes control of something, hyper-regulates, or pays for it that the cost of it generally increases? I don’t know what economic law that is but it bears out.

Whether you agree with this popular idea or not, it looks like states are chomping at the bit for legalization of recreational marijuana. It doesn’t matter if you agree or not, they appear set to do it. Many states are in the game, the race is on.

A big part of the sales pitch is the tax revenue states are going to get. Umm-hmm, good to lawmakers. People get high and they raise their revenues. Coffers go up and people are happy. And that is the idea anyway. What’s not to like about that?

Well, what happens in the interim is the price goes up. This is no problem for government. They don’t care. In fact, they just make more money. That’s a win for all those proponents of big government. Extra costs are passed down to consumers.

Now I know a a cancer patient who has one of those handy mari-j-uana cards. That card only allows him to purchase it at official distributors. But the price is so prohibitive in those places that this card-carrying customer seeks out the street market supply anyway, which, oddly enough, is below the government vendors price. Get it?

But if government is going to drive up the cost?

So all street dealers have to do is come in under that official price and the black market is rolling. (not much of a market war against gubmint) Of course, then no one is getting any tax revenues. But like we saw with toilet paper, there is always a market if there is demand, and always those looking to cash in on it.

The first deduction to make is that black market is not going away, if that was even the idea of it. The second is that government does not compete well, if at all. This is not only on marijuana but it is a good example. Plug in that formula elsewhere, you probably get the same results. Government = rising cost.

Onward to college. In that case there is no competition so government’s monopoly is safe. Yes, there are private colleges but student loans are the same. Unless one is a cash-paying customer, which few can afford. But then you are still paying the cost in a government-influenced market. Government only adds cost; it never seems to decrease it.

Then government comes up with the popular idea to forgive (pay off) student debts, to some degree. What do you think is going to happen to college costs? Of course. The push is for 50,000 in student debt relief. So the unacceptable bottom end becomes 10,000.

Want to bet college cost will go up by almost that amount, at least? But when you get millions of people rallying and demanding it, what is going to happen? Class dismissed.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Institutional Failure

We no longer have the luxury of debating serious concepts or ideas, but can only opine on current political reality. As long as we still can anyway.

But this column or next just might be the last, at this critical stage. Who knows? That is the political reality of the time. Just call this an SOS to the future.

Odd how America was always standing up for those timeless principles and freedoms like speech or basic civil liberties. Not anymore. That is the stuff of yesteryear now.

All of this in our current reality is due to institutional failure. No, it is not just a president’s dictate or even Congress’s decrees; it takes more than that to really set our country off the irreversible edge. Our institutions have a big and necessary role in that condition, not only governmental institutions but private or non-governmental institutions.

Right now they are screaming for us to jump, “don’t look back. Hurry up!”

Who are they? Well, media for one has a big role. But there are plenty others like policy centers, research labs to big corporations to technology, universities, education. All working hand and glove in a concerted, malicious way against civil liberties of people is enough to throw in the towel on society — as if government failure and corruption were not enough of a problem.

But all operating in a concerted effort, until you have something that makes George Orwell blush in his grave. And snark is substituted for substance in defense of what they do. So what is the answer to that? Well, we don’t know because we probably were never to this pinnacle before. Sadly, we just don’t know.

Institutions are to society what sin is to mankind. It is the cancerous rot that can destroy the body from inside out. If left corrupt and untreated, it can unleash a ticking clock on the mantle of freedom and all we hold dear. Or you could call that the glue or ligaments that hold us all together. And what a number both can do on us in a short amount of time.

So now a first amendment case to defend one’s self is no longer an acceptable option?

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Sign Of Sick Times

When I heard this morning that some people defaced yet another historic icon, my heart sank. I mean when is enough enough? Must they deface even our heritage?

The story is here at LA Times. The unthinkable happened again. I mean if you tear down a statue of Grant or Lincoln, well, it is just another day in the park.

But this, this act of utter disgust just cannot stand.

Four culprits were immediately arrested for altering the signage of the famous Hollywood site. This time they made it read “Hollyboob” for a short time. (*Age-appropriate content)

As expected, it set off many lifelong boob enthusiasts, who were highly offended. One person, speaking on condition of anonymity, said he/she/it will never be the same after witnessing the dastardly deed.

“I cannot imagine this happening right in my community…..you always read stories about random acts of bigotry but to see it in your own community like this is chilling.” The anonymous source went on to say,  “I just don’t know how I will explain this to my children, I may have to seek counseling.”

Fortunately, police were right on the scene shortly after the act was committed. They had no comments, but shock was evident in the faces of responding officers.

That’s it for us here on the scene of the boob alert. And what a scene it has been.

Karen contributed to the writing of this report.

Right Ring | Bullright |

Suite Madam Blue

So what have we? A republic if you can keep it. I’m about sick of the overuse and abuse of the word democracy from people who do not have good intentions.

And their flagrant disrespect for language is another insult to the integrity of the people.

A tribute video to the greatest Styx song of all – and to Lady Liberty.

 

A Beautiful First Lady

Socialism is not the Answer

Socialism is Not the Answer

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Melania Trump in my opinion is the the most beautiful First Lady we have ever had. Hands down she beats Michelle Obama without question. Just look at her……….

First Lady Melania Trump Says Violence Will Never Be Justified In Her  Farewell Message
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Melania Trump | South China Morning Post
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This is Melania Trump with President Donald Trump getting off of Air Force One.

Melania Trump Wants to End Online Bullying. Her Husband Doesn't Help. - The  New York Times

This is Michelle Obama getting off of Air Force One. Big difference.

Michelle Obama's biggest fashion regret? Those gray shorts

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Yet no magazine covers for Melania Trump during her four years as First Lady.

Melania Trump - HISTORY

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