Stop what you are doing, go right now to Twitter and search “Fake Melania.” (You will thank me later.)
The annual 'Conspiracy Theorist Convention of 2017*' has convened and this year’s theme is, “Is there a Melania Trump body double?” (*There is no real conspiracy theorist convention. Wink, wink.)
In the 1956 sci-fi classic, 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers,' Kevin McCarthy's character believed that his friends and family were being replaced by ‘pod people’-- or an emotionless duplicate.
On social media, users believe there is an emotionless duplicate posing as the First Lady.
The smoking gun according to the Twitterverse, is last Friday’s press conference where President Trump was addressing the media about hurricane relief for Puerto Rico.
In the video, the President references his wife and said, (while standing next to his wife) “My wife, Melania, who happens to be right here.”
So why? Why would the President shout out his wife… if she’s standing right there?
Dun. Dun. Dunnnnnn.
That video was all that the Twitter gumshoes and cellphone Nancy Drew’s needed to jump on the case of the ‘Doppelgänger First Lady.’
Check out the tweets.
(•_•)— Alex Trimboli (@Nicole_Cliffe) October 18, 2017
( (> NOT
<) )> MELANIA
This Fake Melania story is the one news story that makes most sense in current times.— Fragnance Conchord (@FConchord) October 18, 2017
I can't get over this. They really dressed a white woman up like Carmen Sandiego and tried to pass her off as Melania. 💀💀💀💀💀— king crissle (@crissles) October 18, 2017
Everything about Trump is FAKE! 🤣— Pastor Gloria (@gmai_pastor) October 18, 2017
The real giveaway was that the FAKE Melania was agreeing w/Trump and nodding her head, Melania wouldn't.