Miss. Puerto Rico, Destiny Velez, was suspended indefinitely and forced to apologize to terrorists for her tweets made in response to has-been director Michael Moore. Michael Moore, who has seen his career drop lower than a snake’s belly, tried to make himself relevant again (unsuccessfully) by standing in front of Trump Tower with a sign that said, “We are all Muslims.” After he tweeted about the failed publicity stunt, Velez responded with:
It was obvious that Velez was tweeting about terrorists who terrorize countries across the globe after deadly attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, California. Headlines boomed that she supported Donald Trump and that made pageant officials suspend Velez and made her apologize for being too truthful. Here is the announcement from the pageant:
“Miss Velez’s actions were in contradiction to the organization, and therefore as a consequence of her actions, she has been suspended indefinitely,” the statement read. “The Miss Puerto Rico Organization will not tolerate any actions or behavior contrary to the Miss Puerto Rico Organization.”
After which her apology was made:
“I stand up against bullying. The last thing I wanted to do was to bully anyone.”
“I apologize to anyone who felt offended with my words.”
Let me get this straight, a pretty young beauty contestant can bully a terrorist armed with an automatic rifle and suicide vest, carrying a machete for beheadings? Maybe this is why Obama considers them the junior varsity. As of the publication of this article, neither Al Qaeda nor ISIS has filed a complaint against Velez for bullying. (Maybe it was in the video of Donald Trump used for recruiting purposes described by Hillary “Killer” Clinton?)
When does this nonsense end?
- Wealthy filmmaker Michael Moore holds sign at Trump Tower: ‘We are all Muslim’
- Administration meeting with religious leaders to combat anti-Muslim sentiment
- Lindsey Graham apologizes to Muslims, says Barack Obama is ‘my president’
- Donald Trump calls for ‘total and complete’ end of Muslim immigration to U.S.
- Calls to deport Muslims, restrict Islam grow in wake of Paris attacks