The best moment of the night at the Grammys wasn’t a Kanye West meltdown or the pathetic white guilt acceptance speech by Adele, who after sweeping the Grammys dropped an “F-bomb” (as strongly suggested by Grammys producer who also implored “celebrities” to trash Trump while in possession of a microphone) to express her disapproval that she was given the award for “Best Album” that should have gone to black performer and race-antagonist Beyonce instead. No, the best moment of the night was when Singer Joy Villa made her way to the cameras and removed her white cape to reveal a stunning “Make America Great Again” Trump designer dress. But wait, it gets even better! It turns out the designer, Andre Soriano who created this unique and fabulous gown is a…wait for it…a GAY IMMIGRANT who is a big supporter of President Donald J. Trump. Oh my…
“It’s more so about love,” he said of the red, white and blue gown. “We all live on this planet. I’ve never been in the political area. However, it’s just so crazy that people are getting beat up because they voted for Trump, or this and that, someone wants to bomb the White House….I am an American, I moved here from the Philippines and I highly believed in the trueness of what this country can bring. It’s about bringing people together, that’s the message.”
Soriano skirted questions regarding the meat of his political beliefs, but said he is proud American and believes that he is an example of the American Dream. He was first discovered on Rihanna’s Bravo reality show, Styled to Rock, and launched his label in San Diego in 2013, selling ready-to-wear and red carpet looks online only. He is a naturalized citizen.
“There are a lot of people that are in power that really misconstrued what this country stands for,” he said. “I love this country. I’m from the Philippine islands, I am a proud American. I really love this country. I am a minority, Joy is black. America is about immigrants.” –Billboard
Fox and Friends interviewed gay, immigrant designer Andre Soriano this morning. Watch:
Here is one of singer Joy Villa’s statements on Twitter about her dress:
— Joy Villa (@Joy_Villa) February 13, 2017
“I always channel Joy’s music as a designer — we’re both artists and I love her so dearly,” said Soriano. “She is one of the people on this planet that really promotes love. We need to move this country forward, and we believe it’s time to promote love. We only live once, and we need to promote love. We have one president now who is going to do the best thing for planet America.”
As for the inspiration behind the pro-Trump dress, he says, “I heard that somebody wanted to bomb the White House. And then I saw the Women’s March… Joy Villa is all about love with her music. I’m like Joy, We have to make a statement on what is right for our country, of what we believe in, for the constitution.”
Although the Left pretty much went off the deep-end after Villa blind-sided them with her pro-Trump dress debut (including making death-threats against her), there were more people on Twitter who approved of Villa’s dress with the pro-Trump, pro-American unity message. Blacks, Latinas, women and men all came out in support of her.
Watch this tearful, heartfelt message from an American Latina woman:
— Ex-Dem🇺🇸Latina (@ExDemLatina) February 13, 2017
And Liz4Real, a beautiful black conservative woman tells Villa, “I am your sister and fellow American. I stand with you as you STOOD UP for all of us tonight.”
— Liz 4Real (@AwakenOne16) February 13, 2017
Gay Republican group “Log Cabin Republicans” were quick to show their support for Trump dress designer Andre Soriano:
— LogCabinRepublicans (@LogCabinGOP) February 13, 2017
As usual, Trump supporters are putting their money where their mouths are. As soon as Americans found out who Villa was, they went to iTunes and began purchasing her music as a way to show their support for her:
so many are buying it that iTunes is bogged down! We've got your back!
— susieyarb (@susieyarb) February 13, 2017
Villa’s music on iTunes quickly shot to #1:
— Melissa A. (@TheRightMelissa) February 13, 2017