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Many liberals seeking therapy after seeing white supremacist Joy Villa’s “Build the Wall” dress during Grammys

Many liberals are experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, schizophrenia and in some cases, severe depression.

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As if our country didn’t have enough rampant displays of aggression and racism, Joy Villa traumatized many viewers once again last night during the Grammys with her racist “Build the Wall” dress. You may remember white supremacist Joy Villa from last year when she wore her “Make America Great Again” dress, shocking and disturbing millions of viewers.

Joy Villa (white supremacist) displaying her racist “Make America Great Again” dress during the 2017 Grammys

This year, she raised the bar with more racism and more white supremacy. As we know from reports from NPC Daily and similar news outlets like CNN and MSNBC, a wall on our southern border is a monument to white supremacy. Therefore anyone who supports walls in any form is a white supremacist. It’s really that simple.

READ: It’s time for conservatives to admit that a wall will not stop climate change

READ: New trend among liberals knocking down their house walls to protest Trump wall

During the 2019 Grammys, Joy Villa wore a dress that adorned a design that resembled a brick wall, on the back of her dress were the words “Build the Wall” written in blood red Nazi-like letters, she had barbed wire around her neck and she held a “Make America Great Again” purse.

Since last night, mental health clinics have been overrun by traumatized liberals who have had their feelings hurt by this offensive dress. Many of which are experiencing afflictions such as post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, schizophrenia and in some cases, severe depression.

This is simply not acceptable and this is not what America is about. We need open borders, higher taxes, and complete socialism like the socialist economies of Norway (pure socialism). Anyone who disagrees with this point of view runs the risk of being responsible for another’s lapse of mental health situations and could be responsible for funding their treatment as well.

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