Joy Villa‘s only claim to fame is wearing atrocious dresses to the Grammys that promote Trump’s hateful messages. She truly lowered the bar this year with a dress that says “Build a Wall” and a “Make America Great Again” purse.
On the red carpet, Villa babbled, “I’m part Latina. I’m black, and I believe in what the president’s saying.” See her dress’ disgusting message below:
And here is what she wore last year:
That said, Villa no longer gets much love from Trump. In December of 2017, she accused Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s former campaign manager, of touching her inappropriately. She claims he slapped her butt twice.
While the two took a photo together in late November 2017 at a D.C. event at Trump International, Villa said Lewandowski smacked her “ass really hard” and it was “completely demeaning and shocking.” Politico reported. “She confronted him. ‘I said, ‘Watch it.’ Half-joking, I said, ‘I can report you for sexual harassment.’ Lewandowski’s response, she said, was almost as shocking as the original slap. He said, ‘Go ahead, I work in the private sector,’ Villa recalled. ‘Then he smacks my ass again.’ Villa’s recollection of the incident was corroborated by a friend who witnessed the exchange. The friend said he wished to remain anonymous, in part because of Lewandowski’s continued influence in Trump circles.”
Joy Villa said the multiple women who have been coming forward with their own claims of sexual harassment motivated her to tell her story. However, just days after she thought she had the privilege to accuse Lewandowski of assault, Fox News accused her of sexual misconduct just days later. The network claimed she “has been undercut slightly after a video surfaced of her doing the same thing to a man at a different party.” See the video below from Twitter:
Villa claimed the smack was consensual.
Joy needs to rethink her loyalty to Republicans. Considering she has allegedly experienced sexual misconduct, how is she still a die-hard Trump supporter even though 13 women have accused him of sexual assault? Clearly, her compassion for herself does not transfer to Trump’s accusers.
Their version of “Make America Great Again” does not include her.