Singer and songwriter Joy Villa made waves last month when she sported a custom made Trump dress at the Grammys, which featured the president’s iconic slogan of “Make America Great Again”. Since then Villa has enjoyed an increase to her album sales of 18 million percent, propelling her to the top of the charts on Amazon.
Now, Joy Villa is joining the pro-Trump movement March4Trump this Saturday in Washington D.C., which is just one of the many cities that these rallies will be taking place as a show of support for our America’s president.
See you on Saturday, DC! <3 https://t.co/A7cblPJNdZ
— Joy Villa (@Joy_Villa) March 2, 2017
March4Trump was organized for the purpose of showing the country and press that many Americans are completely in support of President Trump, despite the media’s attempts to portray the opposite with their distorted headlines.
March4Trump is pleased to announce, Singer Joy Villa, has accepted our invitation to be a keynote speaker at the March 4th event in Washington DC. She, along with the March4Trump Organization, are seeking to unite the Nation together in support of our newly elected President.
Joy Villa gained national attention by attending the Grammy’s in a Make America Great Again gown designed by, Andre Soriano. Ms. Villa was one of a select few among the Hollywood elite to come out publicly in support for President Donald J. Trump. “I support our country and our president, I’m proud to be an American woman supporting March4Trump,” said Villa in a statement.
Knowing this could hurt Ms. Villa and her record sales, she felt it was the right thing to do in light of all the negative publicity. This bold statement brought other celebrity’s out who were silent about their support, as well as, increased sales, and boosted Ms. Villa’s self-released 5 song E.P. I Make the Static to number 1 on both iTunes and Amazon’s Best Sellers Lists and hit number 12 on the Billboard charts.
The march is operating under the Twitter hashtag #March4Trump and rallies around a quote from Donald Trump when he said, “I will fight for you with every breath in my body, and I will never, ever let you down.” The march is meant to show that the population of the country is fighting to support Trump, and will not allow the various Democrat funded violent protests to disrupt his “America First” agenda.
Although Joy Villa is making an appearance at the D.C. rally of March4Trump, there are many other gatherings taking place all over the country on Saturday including in Texas, Nevada, Arizona, Florida and many other states.
A few of the other speakers attending the March4Trump events are Kaya Jones of the Pussycat Dolls and Kristy Swanson, best known for her leading role as Buffy the vampire slayer.
The March4Trump movement began when Air Force Veteran Vincent Haney decided to form a counter-march after seeing the various arrests, riots and vandalism at anti-Trump events, as well as the funded and organized Women’s March.
Vincent Haney, an Air Force Veteran and Founder of the March4Trump movement, felt it was time to do something positive for President Trump. Haney said, “The idea for the event came out of the blue. I was inspired to do something supportive to offset the wave of negativity and lies.” Haney was inspired after seeing multiple protests, such as; the Women’s March where protestors wore pink hats, shirts, and sported genitalia costumes, proclaiming “nasty woman” and other derogatory phrases. The commentary from the Hollywood elite by invited guest speakers; like Madonna’s comments on her thoughts of “blowing up the White House” and Ashley Judd’s “poetic” defamation of Donald Trump drives this organization to show a united front.
During the inauguration and other protests including the Women’s march, there was violence in the streets, where buildings were smashed, cars set on fire, and Trump supporters assaulted. Haney wanted something that did not include wearing masks, throwing rocks, smashing windows, littering, starting fires, dressing in black or derogatory costumes.” See full article at The Donald Nation. When speaking about the aftermath of recent protests and marches in Washington D.C. Haney said his march plans to “leave D.C. in a better place than they found it.”
If you are interested in attending one of these rallies, you can find a list of places and times of marches in your state here.