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Britain's The Guardian: Melania Trump's 2019 Christmas May Employ 'Voodoo/Human Sacrifice Theme'

Michael W. Chapman
By Michael W. Chapman | December 3, 2018 | 11:59 AM EST

The Guardian columnist
Barbara Ellen. (Screenshot)

The liberal media in the United States despise President Donald Trump and attack him and his family everyday, and the same is true of the leftist press in Britain as The Guardian's Barbara Ellen demonstrated in smearing Melania Trump's 2018 Christmas decor as "gigantic uterine fibroids," and suggested that she will employ a "voodoo/human sacrifice theme" for the 2019 Christmas. 

Never one to miss an opportunity to trash the Trumps, The Guardian's Barbara Ellen wrote in a Dec. 2 column that she had been "triggered" by Melania Trump's red cone Christmas trees in the White House and stated that "perhaps others" were suffering similar "nightmares" about being attacked "by gigantic uterine fibroids." 

(Screenshot, Theguardian.com) 

Despite the "tree-beings," said Ellen, "obviously, much scarier stuff goes on at the White house every day."

Slamming Melania Trump further, the British Ellen remarked that, "Last year, she did Revenge of the Narnian Snow Queen; this year, it’s Yuletide Malarial. Is she angling for post-presidential opportunities as an interior decorator – for chemical warfare laboratories?"

(Getty Images)

"Alternatively, now there’s a female Doctor Who, perchance her special skill set could be utilised for a plot line involving an alien invasion of giant angry fallopian tubes?"

Apparently, Ellen's mind is not in the gutter but in ... a uterus. 

"[F]ew true artists are recognized in their lifetimes," Ellen mockingly remarked of first lady Melania Trump. "Some of us are already looking forward to Christmas 2019, when Melania will presumably liven up the tired tinsel with a voodoo/human sacrifice theme."

Needless to say, The Guardian's Barbara Ellen was never so "creative" in her writing about former first lady Michelle Obama. 

Natvity scene at the White House for Christmas 2018.  (Getty Images)
President Donald Trump, his son Barron Trump, and first lady Melania Trump. (Getty Images)
Christmas decorations at the White House, 2018. (Getty Images)

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Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman