Scientology member Joy Villa's "Make America Great Again" Trump Grammy Dress

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  1. Scientology member Joy Villa's "Make America Great Again" Trump Grammy Dress.

    Is this an effort to: (1) get attention; (2) get attention for Scientology; and/or (3) Scientology safe point President of the United States Donald Trump?




    It appears any effort Joy Villa might have been making to Scientology safe point President Donald Trump may have hit bit of a speed bump. People on Twitter have discovered she called Donald Trump "crazy" before the election.

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  3. RightOn Member

    "Nancy Cartwright and Joy Villa made the scene as Scientology promoted a motorcycle ride in Compton this weekend for handing out ‘The Way to Happiness"
    From the Bunker a while back.

    She also took a VM course according to completions.
    If she insisted on wearing this shill of a dress, at least she could have put Trump on her rump!
    At any rate, she probably just ended her career shilling for the cult.
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  4. Anyone know what Tone this is supposed to represent?

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    Fashion Faux-Pas: T-Rump Beef Steak
  6. It appears any effort Joy Villa might have been making to Scientology safe point President Donald Trump may have hit bit of a speed bump. People on Twitter have discovered she called Donald Trump "crazy" before the election.

  7. the anti Member

    the dress is creative, but still, eww. well, at least he's got a booty.
  8. White Tara Global Moderator

    Unsurprised that Trump supportors would be so easily duped by a Scientologist.
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  9. Joy Villa supported Donald Trump so much she retweeted Democratic Congressperson Karen Bass on Election Day.

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    Since then, Congressperson Karen Bass has made her feelings about the Trump administration abundantly clear. For example:



  10. Joy Villa supported Donald Trump so much she retweeted President Obama on Election Day.

  11. the anti Member

    much like what peoples temple did, scientology will side with either democrat or republican if it can benefit them some how.

    also i didn't know Karen Bass was in Congress now. I've tried talking to Bass at her office after seeing her at an event at pac base but was never there each time.
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  12. With regard to saying Donald Trump was "crazy," Joy Villa has responded: "Just 2 b clear, I was confused, scared, yes said that. Then I opened my eyes, and voted for what's right: Trump"

    The evidence, however, suggests she did not vote for Donald Trump.

  13. The Wrong Guy Member

    Pro-Trump Singer Joy Villa Talks 'Overwhelming Support,' Hitting Top 10 Thanks to Grammys Dress | Billboard

    She says her three-year-old 'I Make the Static' EP now hitting the Billboard 200 is proof "people like to support those who support their beliefs."


    The relatively unknown singer Joy Villa is getting something out of being associated with President Donald Trump that inauguration performer Jackie Evancho didn’t -- a top 10 album in the Billboard 200.

    The woman who was the talk of the Grammy Awards red carpet for wearing a gown emblazoned with the words “Trump” and “Make America Great Again” sold 15,000 copies of a three-year-old EP, I Make the Static, over two days immediately following her startling appearance in the fashion parade. Even in the absence of Trump tweeting out any appreciation for the shout-out, right-leaning outlets like Fox & Friends and Breitbart helped steer conservatives to the project, marking the only time in memory -- and maybe in history -- in which a theretofore anonymous artist has had a top 10 debut solely as the result of making a political statement.

    “This is beyond my wildest dreams right now,” Villa tells Billboard. “The spooky thing is that two weeks before the Grammys, I wrote down my goals and one of them was: ‘To be on the top of the Billboard charts with a song I wrote and performed.’ ... It's completely unheard of. I'm an indie, self-published performer who's mostly toured overseas and is completely self-funded, with a three-year-old album charting. I’ve always wanted to achieve this success; I just didn't expect it so sudden and so soon.”

    And if a lot of her new fans are spending $5 on her EP as a blind buy, because of shared political values, that’s okay by her. “People like to support those who support their beliefs,” Villa says, “and I believe the overwhelming support, love and record sales I've experienced are proof of that.”


    Her previous provocations have been apolitical and mostly related to fashion choices. In 2016, she wore a barely-there outfit to the Grammys’ red carpet that got her on E! News’ worst-dressed list, which noted even then that Villa is “known for her wild outfits.” And up through the election, the occasional political posts in Villa’s social media feed suggested she was leaning the other way, if anything. A year ago she re-tweeted an advertisement for a “Feel the Bern!” T-shirt and added, “I need one!” On election day, she tweeted, “If you don't like the two crazy candidates running, write in or vote for the OTHER 3 on the ballot!”

    But in response to the articles pointing that out, Villa tells Billboard that she did cast her ballot for Trump, even if she wasn’t proclaiming it at the time. “I was overseas on tour and all I saw were these over-the-top, bad-news headlines,” she says. “So I was skeptical at first (about Trump), like many Americans were and still continue to be. What really changed for me was when I spent some time researching before going to the polls. And I made the decision I thought was best, personally, as an American. I voted for Trump and I’m glad I did.”

    Prior to the Grammys, Villa’s outspokenness was mainly in a couple of areas where her values may not entirely overlap with those of the Trump nation: veganism, animal cruelty issues and Scientology. In November she posted footage of a ceremony for achieving “clear” status. On Christmas day she wed Danish photographer Thorsten von Overgaard, who, like her, has been profiled on the church’s websites.

    The vegan of 12 years is starting a health-oriented website that will include fitness videos and recipes. “I also compete in bikini bodybuilding and have won awards,” she says. “I love showing a strong, feminine figure built on plants.” As a Scientologist of six years, she says, “Having a solid church community and spiritual practice is very important to me. I was raised with a strong belief in God and it helps me stay focused on what's important. I'm blessed to live in a country where freedom of religion is a beautiful reality.” (Being a Trump supporter might put her within the political mainstream of her religion, if a recent Los Angeles Times story suggesting that residents around Scientology’s Hollywood headquarters voted disproportionately for Trump is accurate.)


    Next up for Villa: a rush-release of a Static Remixes album, along with a live cover of Queen’s “We Are the Champions.” “I want to bring the best to these people who have supported me in such an outrageous, kind and phenomenal way,” she says. “Tours, performances, and possibly recording contracts are all in the works… There have been been so many industry people reaching out, it's honestly overwhelming.”

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  14. wut.
    Breitbart was a troll who tricked and conned ppl in the furtherance of destroying the hated Liberal Elite, a personal vendetta with the intent of ruining as many lives on the Left as possible. Leah plays it straight, no games. She's not targeting people, but an organization, and would probably be thrilled if everyone in CoS escaped and lived happily ever after.

    What they have in common: dogged persistence, powerful conviction in their cause, and a wrath not easily settled.
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    ''I'm shocked, shocked I tell you that a Scientologist is a fraud who supported the democrats in the election and now shows up in Trump Dress. Trump won, now she's up-stat!''

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