Trump supporters put their money where their mouths are.
Actor Scott Baio is boycotting Nordstrom after the retail giant made the yuge mistake of abruptly dropping Ivanka Trump‘s clothing line.
“Dear Nordstrom, NEVER AGAIN!” Baio tweeted along with a photo of his wife Renee’s Nordstrom account, which showed she spent over $30,000 at the department store last year.
— Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) February 11, 2017
Earlier this month, Nordstrom said it will no longer carry Ivanka’s clothing, shoes and accessories, citing poor sales.
But the curious timing of the move — which came shortly after President Trump announced his temporary travel ban — has fueled speculation that Nordstrom caved into pressure from anti-Trump protesters, who threatened to boycott the store.
Trump supporters applauded Scott Baio’s decision, saying they won’t shop at a store that would try to damage President Trump by lashing out at his daughter.
— Patricia Horton (@HortonPkakes42) February 11, 2017
— Webby (@WozANater) February 11, 2017
— Kay Thomas (@byebyeGOP) February 12, 2017
— Ageless Deplorable (@adriano_caprara) February 11, 2017
Meanwhile, singer Joy Villa rocketed to internet stardom Sunday night after bravely showcasing her patriotic pro-Trump dress at the Grammy Awards.
Trump loyalists threw their support behind the once-obscure singer by following her on Twitter and tweeting encouraging messages at her.
— Carmine Sabia (@CarmineSabia) February 13, 2017
Joy Villa started Sunday evening with 15,000 Twitter followers, but now has over 87,000 — just one day after flaunting her Trump dress.
Trump fans also mass-purchased Villa’s music, rocketing sales straight up the iTunes chart.
Any other musicians want to join the REAL counter-culture? ? pic.twitter.com/dMfIYFmw10
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) February 13, 2017
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