Singer STUNS Grammys with massive SILENT political statement; what happened next was COMPLETELY unexpected!

The Grammys were last night, and we were all ready for liberalism to be shoved down our throats by the Hollywood elites who actually think their opinion influences public opinion.

It only took about ten minutes before we heard our first anti-Trump joke (from some guy I’ve never heard of before named James Corden). There were a number of other subtle jabs at Trump, and no shortage of plugs for various liberal causes. Rolling Stone magazine lists seven political moments at the Grammy’s for anyone who missed them.

They included seven liberal political moments in their article – but they missed a conservative political statement that was made.

Forget the speeches and performances– singer Joy Villa made her arrival political by turning President Trump’s campaign slogan (and logo) into a dress. While she wasn’t nominated for anything, she will certainly be remembered. She arrived in what appeared to be a “conservative” white dress but dramatically unveiled the statement underneath.

As Liberty Writers News reported: Joy tweeted about her choice by simply saying “Go big or go home, you can either stand for what you believe or fall for what you don’t.”

The designer, Andre Soriano, is an immigrant from the Philippines who stands with Trump as well. Soriano said on Instagram the gown is a “tribute [to] OUR President Of The United States Of America” adding the hashtag #MAGA.

Although every liberal there HATED her patriotic fashion statement, the people in the crowd had a MUCH different reaction. Watch what happens when Joy disrobes and reveals her Trump dress….

 

Regular people loved it – Hollywood elites hated it.

It paid off for her in the end however, as her album sales have been skyrocketing since last night.

One of her albums had its sales jump eighteen million percent! In fact, that put one of her albums ahead of both Beyonce and Lady Gaga!

It looks like the rewards for being pro-Trump are a heck of a lot more lucrative than being anti.

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