Last night, Joy Villa caught the attention of the country with her “Make America Great Again” dress, and the left is going to have a hard time digesting the history of the man who designed it.
Villa worked with Andre Soriano, who owns a highly successful, California-based business by the same name, to create the one-of-a-kind dress for the Grammy Awards. Soriano isn’t only a supporter of President Donald Trump, he’s a legal immigrant who came to the country from the Philippines in search of a better life, and he definitely found it.
— Andre Soriano (@andresoriano) February 13, 2017
The Gateway Pundit reports that after Villa appeared on the red carpet in the Trump-themed dress, Soriano contacted the website to offer his reasoning behind creating it. Not only was it done in an attempt to “unite the country,” but the inspiration for it came from the vile and downright reprehensible “Women’s March” in Washington, D.C. after Soriano’s favorite singer, Madonna, threatened to kill the president.
“We only have one President and that is President Trump,” Soriano told the Pundit. “It’s NOT Hillary.”
“Just like Rosa Parks, we are going to stand up for our rights as Americans,” added Soriano. “The dress was designed in love, it is all about love.”
Soriano also said he’s a yuge Trump supporter and he’s 100 percent in favor of building the wall. As someone who came here legally, he believes others should do the same rather than skirt the rules and enter illegally.
Additionally, he explained to the Pundit that he’s a huge supporter of our Constitution and believes that we should only be letting in people who support and defend it, not try to change it.
Quite a contrast to the leftist media’s narrative, wouldn’t you say?