Hollywood is studded with outspoken liberals. Hillary Clinton and the values she represents are lauded by entertainment elites while President Trump is routinely derided.
That’s why many people found singer Joy Villa’s outlandish Grammy-dress to be refreshing. The outspoken young Trump-supporter showed up at the elite award show clad in all-white, pro-life gown. A fetus surrounded by a rainbow blazed forth on the dress’ hem. Her purse was adorned with the words “choose life.”
Villa knew that all eyes were going to be on her. Starlets are showered with attention at award shows but they rarely use the spotlight for anything more than self-promotion. Villa is remarkable because she shifted society’s attention from her and onto a valuable cause.
“I’m a pro-life woman. This year I chose to make a statement on the red carpet like I always do,” she told Fox News.
“I’m all about life… I love what he is doing; unemployment is down,” she said. “I am totally for President Trump, and it’s only been one year. I can’t wait for the next seven years!”
“There is a lot of hypocrisy we see from celebrities… I’m looking forward to saving money on my taxes as a small-business woman,” Villa said.
“I am looking forward to seeing Americans… [feeling patriotic] again. I’m glad that conservative values are back at the forefront as a pro-life woman.”
Pro-life Americans were ignored while Barack Obama was in office. Democrats are staunchly in favor of abortion, and they’re willing to make it as accessible as possible. President Trump did remarkably well with Catholic and Evangelical voters because he promised to prioritize conservative values.
The president signed legislation that freed states from Planned Parenthood’s grip. He allowed states to make their own decision about women’s healthcare instead of trying to strongarm them into accepting his views. States can now vote to defund Planned Parenthood.
President Trump reinstated the Mexico City Policy, denying U.S. health aid to foreign abortion providers.
According to the National Review:
“The Trump administration drastically expanded the religious and conscience exemption to the Health and Human Services Department’s contraception mandate, which had been added to the Affordable Care Act to require that employers provide employees with subsidized birth control. This exemption enabled religious employers, such as the Little Sisters of the Poor — an order of charitable Catholic nuns — to avoid paying for abortifacient drugs, among other contraceptives.”
The Trump administration has proved to be incredibly responsive.
Most of what Obama uttered on the campaign trail proved to be empty promises, words that he strung together to please his listeners. President Trump, however, is genuine. He and Vice President Mike Pence made numerous promises to conservatives during the last presidential campaign, and most of those promises are being upheld.
Americans voted for President Trump, not Hillary Clinton. Most of the attendees at the 60th Grammy Awards are blatantly anti-Trump; the president was treated like the butt of a joke multiple times throughout the night. Clinton even made a teasing cameo appearance.
Villa is a rare bird in Tinseltown, but she shouldn’t be. Millions of Americans support pro-life values.
Last January Vice President Pence spoke at a massive pro-life rally that unfolded across the street from the White House.
“President Trump actually asked me to be here with you today,” Pence said.
“He asked me to thank you for your support — to thank you for your stand for life and for your compassion for the women and children of America. . . . Compassion is overcoming convenience and hope is defeating despair. In a word: Life is winning in America because of all of you.”
President Trump continues to display a willingness to please conservatives. He’s willing to go to the bat for his supporters in a way that hasn’t been seen before. For a long eight years, the voice of the average American was stifled. Obama was the mouthpiece of the elite, of the self-described “intellectual.” President Trump speaks for everyone.
Conservative values are triumphing in the U.S.
Villa’s statement dress wasn’t the first time that she used fashion to make a political point. She showed up to the Grammy’s last year in a loud, brightly pro-trump dress emblazoned with the words “ Make America Great Again.”