Well, this is nutty. Did you expect anything else from the left?
This isn’t the first time this theory has rolled around.
We covered it back in October of last year:
The internet went nuts claiming that the woman that was with President Trump in Columbus on August 24 wasn’t the First Lady, and was, in fact, her body double.
‘Hair colour and hair parting wrong, blouse wrong, jacket collar wrong, logo on sunglasses missing on double … it defo ain’t her,’ one Twitter user mentioned.
Others even analyzed the appearance right down to her posture, poses and weight, with some suggestion the person they were seeing in a video was around 20lbs heavier than Melania and that the giveaway was in her fuller face.
‘What’s with the fake Melania on Trump’s trip to Ohio yesterday?’ one user wrote.’ @ItIsIMac caught it first. I don’t know who that is in the polka dot top but it sure ain’t her at Andrews or at Columbus. MSM claiming it is.’
The White House resident is also known for her silky brunette locks so all eyes were on her supposedly different hairline and locks that appeared to be way darker than the Melania they loved to watch.
Source: Daily Mail
Here is the conspiracy:
Here’s some of the social media buy-in:
And some mockery of those wearing the tinfoil hats:
There are photos of Melania later that day in the same outfit:
Here is the video footage:
What do you think, is that Melania or is it a body double?
Wow. It seems that if you put a pair of sunglasses on Melania, the left just can’t recognize her.
They probably haven’t figured this out either:
Actually, that does make perfect sense. Clark Kent’s co-workers were ‘reporters’, after all.
But we can tell when it’s our lovely First Lady.
The “resist” crowd loathes her. Patriots love her.
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