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WATCH: Joy Villa Documents a Day in New York City as a Female Trump Supporter

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Joy Villa, an American singer and songwriter who nearly broke the internet when she revealed her beautiful ‘Make America Great Again’ gown at the Grammys, has documented what it is like to be a woman in a MAGA hat in one of busiest and one of the most Liberal cities in the world.

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Villa’s viral social experiment was modeled after the 2014 viral video “10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman,” except instead, the singer rocked an American flag jumpsuit, a Trump/Pence shirt, and of course — a red Make America Great Again hat.

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In the footage, while speaking to a man who opposes Trump, Villa explains that she herself was not always a supporter of our now-president.

“But when I started watching him, I said wait — there’s another side that is not told on CNN,” Villa tells the man. She explained that her realization lead to her looking up activists and journalists who supported him, including the firebrand Milo Yiannopolous, and her red-pilling began.

While the video was filmed about a month ago, it has gained a significant amount of steam in recent days.

Big League Politics spoke to Villa about the experience, and what it was like to openly support the president in such hostile times. She explained that her goal was to show that it is okay to openly show your support — as there are more of us than people think.

“I was very nervous we headed throughout New York City me,” Villa told Big League Politics.

She explained that her friend Jacqueline Van Bierk has filmed the entire day with a hidden GoPro camera.

“I tried to be as open as possible and look and talk to people as much as possible to see their genuine reaction, I got a lot of nasty looks laughing and one guy when I asked him where the train station was yelled out ‘F- Trump!’ at me,” Villa said.

Though there were negative reactions, Villa explained that there were also some extremely positive moments that were captured through the GoPro lens.

“There was people like the guy in Starbucks from Honduras who appreciated me actually looking him in the eyes and chatting with them and talking to him. He was sparked by my American outfit in my Trump hat asking me what I was doing wearing it,” Villa explained.

In one interaction, the man she was speaking to seemed truly open to hearing her perspective.

“The reactions were 50-50 but some of them are truly eye-opening like the last gentleman who went from being a stone cold CNN listener who swore he would never look at anything else to actually being open to looking at other news sources. I take that as a personal win! It was really fun to talk to him and help him open his eyes, give him a taste of the red pill!” Villa exclaimed.

I asked her if she found that other Trump supporters tend to be very supportive, something that I myself have experienced when wearing a MAGA hat or spotting others openly wearing their support.

“Absolutely a lot of the supporters were so friendly! We feel like we’re in a secret club were special union and we are like a family because often would look down upon so much and mistreated in the media — then we meet each other we can’t help but smile and become friends,” Villa told Big League Politics. “Basically we know we want to same thing for America — to keep winning, to be successful, for jobs to flourish, for the economy to grow, and for us to love and support our president and really make it great again. It’s not just a slogan it’s what we’re doing day in and day out.”

Ultimately, Villa found that while there will always be some negative reactions — they are outshined by the positive.

“Overall I did it to show that you can wear your Trump support and support the president, and yes you will get some negative reactions. but also you get some positive reactions. A lot of people gave me thumbs up sign, some smiles and appreciated me supporting the president,” she said.

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Court Rules Against Professor Who Refused to Call Transgender Student by Their Preferred Pronouns

Freedom of speech is no more as LGBT tyranny reigns.

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A court has determined that an Ohio college professor does not have the free speech in the classroom to decline a request to refer to a transgender student by their preferred pronoun.

The situation began when Nicholas Meriwether, who teaches Religious Philosophy at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, filed the lawsuit after the school informed him that he had to harbor the delusions of a transgender student or face the consequences.

“Tolerance is a two-way street. Universities are meant to be a marketplace of ideas, not an assembly line for one type of thought, but apparently, Shawnee State has ignored that foundational truth,” wrote Alliance Defending Freedom Travis Barham, who represented Meriwether in the case.

The Acting Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at SSU, Roberta Milliken initially received a complaint from Meriwether, who alleges that the transgender student pledged to get him fired and called him a “c**t” when he refused to use their preferred pronouns. Milliken advised Meriwether to only refer to students by their last names in order to not offend the transgender student, which he at first rejected.

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Meriwether said that “referring to students by last names alone would undermine the serious pedagogical environment he seeks to create, because that is what people refer to one another in junior high or on an athletic team, and not the way scholars engage in a serious, respectful enterprise, refer to one another.”

Eventually Meriwether did comply with the order, but that was not enough. The transgender student continued to get triggered and the University began investigating Meriwether as a result. He feels he was ultimately “silenced” and “punished” by the school for refusing to take actions against his Christian faith.

“Milliken expressed to Meriwether that the student was not satisfied with the arrangement and had threatened to file a Title IX grievance over Dr. Meriwether’s expression,” the lawsuit stated.

His case was dismissed by a federal court last week by Judge Susan Dlott, a left-wing appointee of former President Bill Clinton. She essentially determined that Meriwether’s 1st Amendment rights are no match for the transgender individual’s precious feelings – a troubling sign of things to come as the rule of law is replaced by rule of leftist mob.

“The Court concludes that Meriwether failed to state a claim for violation of his rights under the United States Constitution,” she ruled.

The LGBT movement is gloating as a result of this ruling.

“Since this lawsuit began, transgender students have been worried that they would have to start skipping classes or avoid particular professors because Shawnee State would no longer be able to effectively address bullying, harassment, and mistreatment of transgender students,” said Jae Keniston, the president of Shawnee’s LGBTQ organization SAGA, in a statement.

If the LGBT movement has their way, religious liberty will soon become a thing of the past, and Christians will be forced to kowtow to an agenda that is openly and blatantly blasphemous to their sacred beliefs.

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