Saturday, March 03, 2018

Is Trump Afraid Of Axl Rose? Will Kirsten Gillibrand Attack Before Trump Does?


I'm guessing Axl Rose hasn't taught AC/DC how to do this one yet... but maybe he should. It was the final song on Chinese Democracy (2008), although Axl had been working it for nearly a decade. Axl wrote it with Robin and Paul. So it's not he doesn't know anything about prostitutes. He knows one when he sees one, that's for sure. And he just reminded his 1.22 million Twitter followers that Trump met his future wife when she was still a high-priced call girl. Axl was considerably blister than Mary Johnson at the Washington Post who wrote on Friday that "In 2000, Melania Knauss, a Slovenian model dating Donald Trump, began petitioning the government for the right to permanently reside in the United States under a program reserved for people with 'extraordinary ability.' Knauss’s credentials included runway shows in Europe, a Camel cigarette billboard ad in Times Square and-- in her biggest job at the time-- a spot in the swimsuit edition of Sports Illustrated, which featured her on the beach in a string bikini, hugging a six-foot inflatable whale."
In March 2001, she was granted a green card in the elite EB-1 program, which was designed for renowned academic researchers, multinational business executives or those in other fields, such as Olympic athletes and Oscar-winning actors, who demonstrated “sustained national and international acclaim.”

“We called it the Einstein visa,” said Bruce Morrison, a former Democratic congressman and chairman of the House subcommittee that wrote the Immigration Act of 1990 defining EB-1.

The year that Knauss-- now first lady Melania Trump-- got her legal residency, only five people from Slovenia received green cards under the EB-1 program, according to the State Department.

In all, of the more than 1 million green cards issued in 2001, just 3,376-- or a fraction of 1 percent-- were issued to immigrants with “extraordinary ability,” according to government statistics.

Melania Trump’s ability to secure her green card not only set her on the path to U.S. citizenship, but put her in the position to sponsor the legal residency of her parents, Viktor and Amalija Knavs [what Señor Trumpanzee refers to as "chain migration"]. The Washington Post reported earlier this month that the couple are now close to obtaining their own citizenship.

...Michael Wildes, an attorney for Melania Trump and her family, declined to comment on whether she sponsored her parents for green cards. He said he was not surprised that so few immigrants from Slovenia obtained EB-1 immigrant visas in 2001 because the requirements are stringent.

“Mrs. Trump was more than amply qualified and solidly eligible,” he said. But he declined to discuss the qualifications that the first lady cited in her petition for permanent residency.
Really? Anal? Oral? Some kind of fancy positions she learned over the years while she was plying her trade internationally? Unfortunately Wildes won't spill the beans. "There is no reason to adjudicate her petition publicly when her privacy is so important to her." OK... Axl had something to say about that:

To obtain an EB-1 under the extraordinary ability category, an immigrant has to provide evidence of a major award or meet at least three out of 10 criteria. Among them: evidence of commercial successes in the performing arts, evidence of work displayed at artistic exhibitions and evidence of original contributions to a field.

“What did she submit?” asked David Leopold, an immigration lawyer and a past president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. “There are a lot of questions about how she procured entry into the United States.”

The process of deciding who meets the “extraordinary ability” standard is subjective, said Sarah Pierce, an immigration expert at the Migration Policy Institute, a Washington-based think tank. But it is generally thought that only the top 2 percent of people in their field would qualify, she said, adding that the “quintessential award you want to put on the application is Nobel Prize.”

...Initially, she was not widely known in the highly competitive New York fashion world, according to people in the industry.

“She was never a supermodel; she was a working model-- like so many others in New York,” said one person who knew her in the 1990s and requested anonymity to discuss the first lady’s early years in the United States.

In 1998, at age 28, she began dating Trump after meeting him at a party, an association that raised her modeling profile. She started appearing on Page Six of the New York Post and in other celebrity columns on the arm of the real estate developer.
When I did a post about Melania having once been a prostitute, her lawyer sent me a threatening letter and wrote that if I didn't take it down I would be in court defending myself. What about all the American hookers who she was stealing business from? Not part of Make America Great Again?

Former CIA chief John Brennan warns that Trump is "unstable, inept, inexperienced, and also unethical... When I hear what Vladimir Putin was saying just yesterday about the nuclear capabilities he has, the president of the United States is tweeting about Alec Baldwin this morning, I mean, where is your sense of priorities?"

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At 4:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

With all the things that are wrong about Trump, his businesses, his candidacy, his presidency, his family, etc. Is the Slavonic Slut really such a big deal?

At 10:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am no fan of Axl Rose. But if he really knows something (previous business relationship), he should share his sources. Otherwise, all he's doing is setting himself up for an "accidental overdose".


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