While Donald Trump was already a verified sociopath, especially thanks to his now-reversed zero-tolerance policy that separated thousands of migrant children and babies from their parents at the southern border, we recently found out that First Lady Melania Trump is a monster as well.
Melania was recently caught wearing a jacket that said “I REALLY DON’T CARE, DO U?” as she met with children in a detention center — a heartless, disgusting move that showed America that the Trumps truly don’t give a sh*t about anyone else but themselves. Not only did she completely white-wash the detention camps and act like everything was fine as children were starving and terrified, but the fashion choice was in such poor taste that it’s hard to believe it’s real.
Fortunately, the backlash has been swift and now Melania is being trolled in a way that will make her furious and wish she’d never worn her vile jacket. Organizations are now responding to Melania’s fashion move with one of their own — and it’s going to positively impact organizations that are helping immigrants in America.
Public service apparel company PSA is now taking pre-orders for a t-shirt that says “I Really Do Care” as a brilliant way to say “F*ck you” to Melania and her horrible husband. What’s even better is that 100% of the proceeds will go to United We Dream, which is the “the largest immigrant youth-led network in the country, fighting for justice and dignity for all immigrants.”
The description directly calls Melania out:
After Melania’s fashion disaster today, we figured we had to do something about it. So we sprung our Rapid Response unit into action, called our friends at United We Dream, and are presenting here, a better message: We Care. We Really Do.”
Etsy shop Two String Jane is also selling an “I Really Do Care, Do U?” jacket, which gives all profits to the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) in Texas.
Looks like Melania’s plan to insult immigrants has backfired. She and her husband are probably throwing temper tantrums together now.