Melania Makes Her Debut as First Lady and Queen of the Internet

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
May 8, 2018

Melania hasn’t been doing anything since Trump won the presidency. Which is fine. She should be taking care of and grooming Barron for his celestial throne on Mars.

But for some reason, it’s a big Western tradition to drag your wife with you to the big table where the adults are discussing politics and have her smile for the camera.

So, it’s been strange to see Melania not in the spotlight.

But now, she’s coming out swinging. Melania has decided to launch a vendetta against the media and she’s announced a new campaign to destroy the lying kikes online.


US First Lady Melania Trump has announced a campaign to teach children the importance of social, emotional and physical health.

The “Be Best” initiative aims to promote healthy living, using social media in positive ways and combating opioid abuse, she said.

Mrs Trump said it was “our generation’s moral imperative to take responsibility and help our children”.

The first lady announced the initiative in the Rose Garden at the White House.

“As we all know, social media can be both positively and negatively affect our children, but too often it is used in negative ways,” she said on Monday.

“When children learn positive online behaviours early on, social media can be used in productive ways and affect positive change.”

Mrs Trump has indicated in the past that she planned to focus on cyberbullying and developing positive habits with social media. 

Not so long ago, Melania was attacked by the lying kike media.

They drew First Blood, not her. And her fans flocked to her defense. Melania refused to disown them and told the kikes it was their fault they got attacked in self-defense.


Melania Trump, the wife of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, on Tuesday suggested that journalist Julia Ioffe “provoked” the anti-Semitic abuse she faced from Trump fans after publishing negative profile about her.

“I don’t control my fans,” Melania said in an interview with DuJour. “But I don’t agree with what they’re doing. I understand what you mean, but there are people out there who maybe went too far. She provoked them.”

Ioffe, who is Jewish, received calls from people playing Hitler speeches, told that she “should be burned in an oven,” “be shot in the head,” and was sent photoshopped images of her in a concentration camp uniform.

My favorite member of the Trump clan by far.

And now she’s emerged from her shell to wage a holy cyber-crusade against Antifa, the JIDF and the MSM.

I’m pumped.

Well done, Melania.