CNN’s fake conservative pundit Ana Navarro paused her vacation, to lash out at Melania Trump.
In a strange turn of fate, thinking that it would be a smart move, the horrible Navarro used a tweet to bully our FLOTUS, demanding people stop “cyberbullying“ and implying she suffers from“brain damage.“ Afterward, she took a swing at President Trump.
Reportedly, Navarro took a break from her own vacation to make patently absurd allegations about President Donald Trump’s wife. “On vacay & I swore I’d stay off political twitter,” she wrote, “But damn, girlfriend’s lack of self-awareness & any sense of shame for her husband’s use of the Presidency to bully others is hard to ignore.” The sudden attack occurred after a video clip of First Lady Trump emerged in which she was delivering an anti-cyberbullying speech on Monday.
“Only plausible explanation here is, Melania suffered oxygen deprivation to the brain,” Navarro added.
Though Navarro made this sick statement, Melania Trump’s spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham has already addressed the critics of her anti-cyberbullying campaign. Grisham told CNN’s Kate Bennett, “She’s addressed this before. She is well aware of the criticism, but that will not deter her from doing what she feels is right.”
New: I asked @StephGrisham45 abt @FLOTUS addressing cyberbullying in face of recent @realDonaldTrump comments, and his name-calling on Twitter: “She’s addressed this before. She is well aware of the criticism, but that will not deter her from doing what she feels is right.”
“Let’s face it: most children are more aware of the benefits and pitfalls of social media than some adults, but we still need to do all we can to provide them with information and tools for successful and safe online habits,” Mrs. Trump said during her speech.
Navarro has a long history of armchair diagnoses for the Trump family.
The CNN commentator has asserted that President Trump may be suffering from dementia, tweeting last August: “Only possible defensible explanation for Trump’s disgusting, unpresidential, narcissistic behavior, would be early-onset dementia. Maybe.”