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Here’s proof that the media is lying badly about Trump’s alleged ‘unpopularity’

(NationalSentinel) If you’re like most Americans, you didn’t waste your time watching the political hate for President Donald Trump disguised as the Grammys awards show.

But that means you missed one bright spot, if you’re a supporter of our president: Joy Villa.

If you’ve never heard of her, you may begin to. She’s a musician whose latest album, “I Make the Static” was ranked something like 520,000 on Amazon before she showed up at the awards show wearing a red, white and blue dress emblazoned with “Make America Great Again” on the front and the letters “TRUMP” at the bottom.

Since her appearance, sales of her album have grown something like 18 million percent, and that’s no exaggeration.

As noted by CBS Pittsburgh, sales of her album jumped all the way to No. 1 on Amazon’s electronic music list, and it remained there on Monday.

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Things like this simply don’t happen if the president is really as unpopular as the lying fake news mainstream media has claimed. In fact, it sounds like Trump’s support is every bit as strong as it was before the election and now, thanks to the angry Left’s continual protesting against him, support may even be greater. Americans don’t like sore losers and, well, the Left has a lot of them these days.

The mainstream media is trying to sell Trump supporters on the notion that Trump’s election victory was a mistake and that everyone is now beginning to realize that, so remaining supporters should just give up, ‘do the right thing’ and support a real candidate. 

Don’t believe it. Just ask Joy Villa if Trump’s support has waned.

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