Ivanka Trump baited yet again for trolls to go after she aware people wear a mask on the 4th of July.
Ivanka Trump, 38, who has a reputation of saying or doing things that constantly get a ton of backlash, continued with that tradition in her latest tweet posted on Friday, July 3. “Please be safe & responsible this holiday weekend,” she began. “As we celebrate this 4th of July, follow state & local guidelines to keep you & your loved ones safe. Practice proper hygiene, social distancing & wear a mask when in close proximity to others.” This would normally be an ok-ish thing to talk about but not in her case as people brought up numerous kinds of stuff to say with what she was trying to say in relation to her other family members.
“You should tell your father,” one tweeted in reference to the fact that Donald Trump has been at many public outings while not wearing any protective face gear. Others referenced his controversial rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma last month where hundreds of people went mask-free. The timing of Ivanka’s tweet was also really, really bad as her sister-in-law Kimberly Guilfoyle, 51, just revealed that she’s tested positive for COVID-19. “Ivanka should tell Kimberly….oh wait, too late,” another wrote in a dark sarcastic way.
There were many that also brought up his lengthy speech from Mt. Rushmore on Friday, July 3, that was attended by hundreds who, you guessed it, went barefaced for the large gathering. The Commander-in-chief was mocked incessantly after he revealed that he is creating a “national garden” that will feature statues of American “heroes”.
“ The National Garden Of American Heroes’ will feature Kid Rock, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and Ted Nugent,” one joked on social by referencing famous people who have supported him through the years. Others weren’t so kind where they bashed him for not focusing on the present matters at hand like the thousands who have died of COVID-19 in our country.
Back again at Ivanka. She also received a great deal of negativity in early June after Kansas’ WSU-Tech removed her from addressing their 2020 graduates. “Our nation’s campuses should be bastions of free speech. Cancel culture and viewpoint discrimination are antithetical to academia,” Ivanka tweeted on Friday, June 5. “Listening to one another is important now more than ever!” she then exclaimed, referencing America’s protests after the death of George Floyd.
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