Singer & Trump Supporter Joy Villa Donned a Brilliant Pro-Life Dress Sure to Tick Off Every Leftist at Daytime Emmys


When it comes to conservative performance art, Joy Villa’s red carpet appearances are a thing of genius.

It all began with her “Make America Great Again” dress at the Grammys in February 2017. That’s when the Trump-fueled outrage of the left was still election-fresh and the merest fact that she had the courage to show support for the new president created a hue and cry unlike any other in Hollywood. You could hear the gnashing of dental implants and the rending of Issey Miyake originals.

And among conservatives, we were all, like, “well done.”

Villa didn’t stop the trigger-fest there, however. Some of her more recent fashion statements have not only been pro-Trump but have also been in support of the unborn, another issue that gives Tinseltown a collective case of hypertension.

And, at the 2019 Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday in Pasadena, Villa sent a few sphygmomanometers off the charts.

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“The 28-year-old singer, known primarily for making conservative political points with radical styles at award shows, arrived at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium wearing Desi Designs Couture gown festooned with silhouettes of storks carrying babies. The train of the skirt featured letters that spelled out: ‘Pro-life is pro-woman,'” People reported.

In an Instagram post, Villa explained her decision in no uncertain terms.

“I proudly wore my @desidesigns_couture dress DEDICATED to @savethestorks! A charity my husband and I financially support for only $35/month you can save the unborn and their mothers,” she wrote.

“Abortion is so often only spoken about as a ‘women’s right’ but I stand here to stand up for EVERY WOMAN and her right to life!”

Save the Storks is a pro-life organization that provides mobile vans with pregnancy testing and ultrasound equipment, among other things.

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It partners with local pregnancy crisis centers who often don’t have the resources for these kinds of services.

“Through our partnership with pregnancy centers, we provide the tools and resources they need to get closer to those who need their services,” the group’s website reads.

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“Our Stork Bus minimizes the distance between pro-life professionals and the women who most need them. Additionally, our consulting packages help pregnancy centers understand how to better utilize their staff and resources to reach a greater number of women.

On Twitter, Villa shared her very personal reason for advocating for pro-life causes:

“I love to carry the message of life & empower women,” she wrote. “I’ve personally survived an abusive relationship years ago & was pressured to choose abortion, but I chose an open adoption & I have relationship with my daughter today!”

Villa has previously modeled pro-life fashions, particularly at this year’s Grammys, where she came with a handbag that said “Choose Life” and a dress that showed a fetus in the womb.

As you might expect, Villa received a lot of abuse from the crowd at the Daytime Emmy Awards. After all, they were in California:

“The oppression of conservatives in Hollywood is at an all time high,” she tweeted in conclusion. “Every voice deserves to be heard. No more censorship, no more liberal bullies.”

Then again, Villa isn’t one to be bullied. This is the woman who showed up at the premiere of the pro-life film “Unplanned” with a dress that said “F— Planned Parenthood.”

Keep it up, Joy. And again, well done.

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C. Douglas Golden is a writer who splits his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. Specializing in political commentary and world affairs, he's written for Conservative Tribune and The Western Journal since 2014.
C. Douglas Golden is a writer who splits his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. Specializing in political commentary and world affairs, he's written for Conservative Tribune and The Western Journal since 2014. Aside from politics, he enjoys spending time with his wife, literature (especially British comic novels and modern Japanese lit), indie rock, coffee, Formula One and football (of both American and world varieties).
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Catholic University of America
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