Singer STUNS Grammys with massive SILENT political statement; what happened next was COMPLETELY unexpected

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Most of us were expecting to receive a political lecture or two at the Grammy’s last night, and there was no shortage of political moments (with a liberal slant, of course).

Among the sea of liberals, there was at least one woman who visibly went against the grain and gleefully displayed her support for Trump.

Forget the speeches or the performances – singer Joy Villa made her arrival political by turning President Trump’s campaign slogan and logo into a dress. While she wasn’t nominated for anything, she will certainly be remembered. She arrived in what appeared to be a “conservative” white dress before unveiling the other dress underneath.

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The reactions were exactly as you’d expect among partisan lines, with liberals freaking out, and conservatives praising the singer for her courage (because in all fairness, wearing a Trump dress to the Grammy’s takes a heck of a lot more courage than Meryl Streep preaching the one acceptable political ideology to her fellow Hollywood liberals).

It paid off quickly — making her the star of the night. According to The Gateway Pundit:

Within a matter of hours of wearing the now famous Make America Great Again dress, Joy Villa’s album I Make the Static has skyrocketed in the sales ranking on Amazon. Previously the album was ranked #543,202 on Amazon and now it is currently ranked #3.

The top 3 albums under the ‘Movers & Shakers’ categories all belong to Joy Villa.

Her album I Make the Static is currently a better seller than both Lady Gaga and Beyonce.

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Those are figures impressive enough to lead the hundreds of corporations publicly voicing their opposition to Trump to reconsider their strategy.

[Note: This post was written by Matt Palumbo. Follow him on Twitter @MattPalumbo12]

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