Melania attacked by big libs, accused of being a ‘foreigner,’ destroying US history for making updates to WH Rose Garden

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On Saturday the White House unveiled a newly restored Rose Garden, and as usual, the simple event triggered unhinged reactions from the left, with blue check mark elitists and standard everyday leftists losing their God forsaken minds.

Take CNN’s Ana Navarro-Cárdenas, who expressed her hope that Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s wife will “fix” the garden next year:

Apparently, she just assumes Biden will win …

Then there’s longtime left-wing media figure and elitist Kurt Eichenwald, a man who’s called President Donald Trump every other name in the book.

Look at what he posted below:

The xenophobic tweets slammed Melania, an immigrant from Slovenia, for the alleged crime of restoring the White House Rose Garden. Apparently, the fact that she’s “only been a citizen since” 2006 disqualifies her from the job.

Just how garbagy and disrespectful were Eichenwald’s tweets? So much so that even notable left-wingers, including Glenn Greenwald, rushed to slam him.

Look at a sliver of the backlash below:

Here’s the catch: Eichenwald wasn’t alone in his xenophobia. Plenty of other left-wingers, all of them everyday people, also touted the same sentiment.

Look:

That’s straight-up racism …

Yet ironically, members of the left still maintain that the president and his wife are the true racists:

Cognitive dissonance anyone?

The only good news is that Melania likely doesn’t care what these ghouls think, as she’s been too busy proudly touting the garden’s new design.

Look:

 

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Plans to restore the Rose Garden were revealed by her office late last month.

“The plan will provide a renewal of the design first implemented by Rachel Lambert ‘Bunny’ Mellon during the Kennedy Administration, which has been the guiding blueprint for the Rose Garden since that installation in 1962. Decades of use and necessary changes made to support the modern presidency have taken a toll on the garden and have made it more difficult to appreciate the elegant symmetry of the Mellon plan,” a statement from her office read.

“The refreshment of the Rose Garden will return it to its original ‘62 footprint and help ensure it will thrive with improved infrastructure, better drainage, and a healthier environment for plantings that reduce the risk of leaf blight. In addition, the plans include improved Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility, utilities, and support for audiovisual and broadcasting needs that will allow for the continued enjoyment of the garden’s natural beauty and storied history.”

The restoration concluded late last week with the new Rose Garden’s unveiling to the public:

Vivek Saxena

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