@people do you notice any hypocrisy here? Interesting.
— Bonlynlan (@Bonlynlan) November 18, 2016
@people These people shout equality for all, yet they have no problem showing their own prejudices…what hypocrites…
— MonicaAnn (@moniannb) November 18, 2016
Well, isn’t this delightful? People Magazine reports that fashion designer Sophie Theallet has vowed that she “will not participate in dressing or associating with the next First Lady” — and she hopes other designers will follow suit:
— People Magazine (@people) November 18, 2016
Theallet posted her full statement on Twitter:
Open letter | Sophie Theallet | November 17th, 2016 pic.twitter.com/g1hIAyBmdF
— sophie theallet (@sophietheallet) November 17, 2016
Theallet believes so strongly in tolerance that she won’t tolerate Melania Trump wearing her clothes.
@people that's so tolerant
— Steven (@ArlingtonSteve) November 18, 2016
@people love those tolerant liberals.
— steve mincer (@stevemincer) November 18, 2016
@people Just makes way for new unknown designers to swoop in and make a name for themselves!
— Amanda Nicole (@AmandaNicole047) November 18, 2016
@people Many up and coming designers will now have their chance. What a great opportunity!
— All_About_Adams (@all_about_adams) November 18, 2016
This just cracks me up. Melania hasn't asked these designers to dress her. She has done just fine without these people. https://t.co/kGdNO75uvF
— LaurieAnn (@mooshakins) November 18, 2016
Guessing Melania will find a way to pick up the pieces.
Much as I loathe the newish tradition of dressing up POTUS/FLOTUS as though they're royalty, this is petty and obnoxious. https://t.co/HSIHCBvoUY
— Mo Mo (@molratty) November 18, 2016
And inquiring minds can’t help but want to know: Why is Theallet allowed to refuse service to Mrs. Trump (assuming Mrs. Trump even wanted it in the first place)?
I'm sorry you're not allowed to deny someone service anymore…. https://t.co/DYYWmoMvsA
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) November 18, 2016
Oh look it's ok for a business to refuse service now. https://t.co/tzDBWUHAUz
— Jason C. (@CounterMoonbat) November 18, 2016
Where’s the outcry from the liberal tolerance brigade about this?
A bakery was put out of business by the state for not baking a cake. Liberals are so very confused. @people
— Ryan B. Leslie (@RyanBLeslie) November 18, 2016
— Politics Aside (@PoliticsAside22) November 18, 2016
@people what if they wanted a cake?
— Seth (@solidbodytwang) November 18, 2016
will she bake them a wedding cake? https://t.co/KN4GSVsFRR
— streiff RS (@streiffredstate) November 18, 2016
— Dank Dave (@nochiefs) November 18, 2016
But go bake a cake you bigot. https://t.co/yoRCVIqyDP
— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) November 18, 2016
@people But, you damned well better bake that cake, pizza or arrange those flowers. Go home proggies, you're drunk.
— Wit'sEnd (@Nayrue) November 18, 2016