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Melania Trump Viciously Attacked by Leftists Calling Her a 'Foreigner' Destroying US History

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First lady Melania Trump was the victim of xenophobic attacks over the weekend because of her choices in a White House Rose Garden revamp.

That’s right, the so-called “tolerant left” viciously attacked Trump, a Slovenian immigrant who became a U.S. citizen in 2006, for having the audacity to cultivate the flora in the garden to her particular taste.

“Excited to honor history & celebrate the future in our beautiful @WhiteHouse Rose Garden this evening,” the first lady’s White House account tweeted Saturday with photos of the freshly updated garden.

“Thank you to all who helped renew this iconic & truly gorgeous space.”

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The renovation was planned to upgrade and repair infrastructure, adding a paved walking path for better accessibility for people with disabilities and beautifying the garden with a focus on restoring it to its original 1962 glory that was first lady Jackie Kennedy’s vision.

The Rose Garden was established by first lady Ellen Axson Wilson in 1913 during her husband President Woodrow Wilson’s time in office and became a prominent space for political affairs after Kennedy’s overhaul.

Despite Trump’s desire to restore the garden to its original beauty, the barrage of hatred swiftly rained down on her because as President Donald Trump’s wife, she surely must have racist intent when selecting plants (so the leftists say).

Do you think the leftists' objections to the White House Rose Garden renovation are proof of their paranoia and insanity?

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One of the worst attacks came courtesy of longtime New York Times reporter Kurt Eichenwald, whose remarks were so vicious, his own establishment media colleagues chastised for him for making them, at least out loud.

“It is a destruction of our history, something no other First Lady would have had the gall to do,” Eichenwald wrote Saturday in a since-deleted tweet, according to Fox News.

“This is the first time I have been furious that @FLOTUS is a foreigner. She has no right to wreck our history.”

“Someone who has only been a citizen for less than 1/3 of her life should be reverent to America’s history, should honor our history, not decide her personal taste should rip it up,” he wrote in another tweet.

The best-selling author of “A Mind Unraveled” and, ironically, winner of the 2006 Ancil Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism was forced to apologize for his remarks by his fellow leftists from Al Jezeera and CNN. It has to be embarrassing when folks from those outlets say you went too far.

“This is a horrible anti-immigrant take, Kurt, and you should delete it and apologize,” journalist and Al Jazeera presenter Mehdi Hasan tweeted.

“Agree. @kurteichenwald this is xenophobic and wrong. It’s bigotry,” CNN’s Jake Tapper chimed in.

“.@kurteichenwals Citizen is citizen is citizen. Period. How long is irrelevant. Scoring Americans on that scale is xenophobic,” former media executive Mark Lukasiewicz tweeted.

Eichenwald tweeted an apology Sunday but blamed poor wording, knowing he would be excused in a way that nobody on the right ever could.

“People may have misunderstood my point about Melania being a foreigner & ripping up plants put in place by almost 100 years of First Ladies,” he tweeted. “It was a complex point & I was wrong to say it. My point was, people who come to America should celebrate its history, not ignore it.”

“But I deleted the tweets. I did not have the ill-intent they seemed to have conveyed to so many,” Eichenwald added. “I should be more careful in what those types of words seem to imply. We all fail in our words at times, this was one of my times. I apologize.”

The objections to the first lady’s renovations are irrational and ridiculous, as those who lamented that trees planted decades ago were removed are apparently painfully unaware that they are living things and don’t last forever.

The layout that supposedly used the initials for the Ku Klux Klan is clearly just a stylish zigzag.

Those flowers that are so offensive because of their whiteness? They’re actually roses planted in honor of Pope John Paul II, and given that the first lady is Catholic and that the late pope was an outspoken ally of the U.S. in the fight against communism, are instead appropriately reverent.

Finally, considering that the renovations were paid for through private donations, this would otherwise be a non-story had it not thrown leftists into hysterics about racist dog whistles and dastardly immigrants ruining America as Eichenwald and others implied.

The left has become a parody of itself as it begins to believe its own nonsense about Trump being a white supremacist, maybe assuming the New York native who was a public figure and real estate mogul for decades successfully hid his racism from view all of that time.

Their paranoia has driven them to insanity as they look upon a garden and see hidden messages spelled out in bushes and white nationalism expressed in rose petals, all while simultaneously uttering xenophobic, hateful things about the first lady themselves.

Seeing such rampant paranoia, hypocrisy and racism among leftists, it’s starting to make sense why they’ve chosen former Vice President Joe Biden and California Sen. Kamala Harris to be the Democratic ticket in the 2020 presidential election.

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Christine earned her bachelor’s degree from Seton Hall University, where she studied communications and Latin. She left her career in the insurance industry to become a freelance writer and stay-at-home mother.
Christine earned her bachelor’s degree from Seton Hall University, where she studied communications and Latin. She left her career in the insurance industry to become a freelance writer and stay-at-home mother.




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