Woman Mails Her Pubic Hair To Donald Trump With Savage Personal Letter
Depending on who you talk to, Donald Trump is either the most loved, or the most hated man in the United States of America.
If you're talking to Florida resident Emily Robinson, he's the latter.
Using a pre-stamped envelope meant to be used for campaign contributions, Robinson enclosed a letter to Trump himself that read,
Dear Mr. Trump, I'm not able to mail you my actual pussy, so I've included the next best thing. Cheers, Emily.
The "next best thing" was her pubes. Yes, she taped some of her pubic hair under her signature in a letter sent directly to Donald Trump.
Clearly, she wanted to send Trump a message. And it's pretty clearly she accomplished just that.
Yeah, she actually did that. This is an actual thing that happened. And Robinson made her rationale pretty clear: She thinks Donald Trump is an asshole.
Robinson, a photographer, told Us Weekly she was enraged by the contents of Trump's now infamous tape recorded during an Access Hollywood appearance in 2005.
She told Us Weekly,
Donald Trump is a disgusting pig of a person and represents everything that females hate about existing in life as a woman. I felt better after I mailed the letter. I felt relieved.
You might have heard about the story by now. If you haven't, good for you for living in a hole because that's the only way you wouldn't have heard about it.
Next thing you know, Republicans were backing away from Trump, pulling their endorsements of him faster than he backs away from any question that requires factual answers. (It's OK, Trump. Take your time detailing those policies. I'll wait.)
Anyway, back to Robinson. It's pretty clear she was really pissed, though I'm not quite sure this is what people mean when they say, "I'm so mad, I'm going to rip my hair out."
And no one's outrage about her Facebook post is going to make her feel bad about how she vented her frustration.
If sexual assault doesn't offend them but they think my pubes are disgusting, then they really need to rethink what is gross in this world.
Hmmm, valid point.
Citations: US Weekly