First Lady Melania Trump displayed her creativity again with this year’s Christmas decorations at the White House. Departing from her heavily criticized silver and blue theme last year, she went with a more traditional display of holiday cheer.
And she got mocked again across the liberal spectrum.
The Slovenian-born immigrant revealed her artistry on Twitter through photos and a video:
Under Melania’s creative hand, the White House is positively glittering. But liberals on social media zeroed in one particular hallway display to mock, belittle, and ridicule the first lady.
Someone went as far as to put bonnets on her red Christmas trees, signifying the iconic garbs from “The Handmaid’s Tale” TV show, which is about an alternate reality where women live under extreme oppression in America. Most commentators didn’t appear to even look at the trees closely enough to see that they were made out of thousands of red berries, not dyed-red pine needles.
Others attacked her for the temporary separation of illegal alien families — something she had nothing to do with.
A tech editor for an education company who identifies herself as a “snarky coastal elite” even went as far as to accuse Melania, who grew up behind the Iron Curtain, of being in league with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Liberal “comedian” Samantha Bee took a shot at Melania, too, by mimicking last year’s White House display in a new commercial for her upcoming show.
“Christmas is a time for families, even those families that we’ve separated,” she said before introducing the title of her show: “Christmas on I.C.E.”
She included a scene of I.C.E. agents raiding a Nativity scene, even though Mary and Joseph were not illegal aliens and were simply following the Roman government’s orders to return to Joseph’s hometown — as clearly stated in the Bible.
None of this is surprising, though. Bitter liberals are not known for bringing joy to the Christmas season.
Take a look at more photos from this year’s Christmas display below:
Remember last year’s White House Christmas display? Check it out below: