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Pamela Anderson thinks vegan clothing will help Melania Trump

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At a gala in Washington, DC last week, Pamela Anderson promised to send first lady Melania Trump one of her faux fur coats. It may not be the ultimate goal of #rescuemelania, but it’s gotta be a relief to some that the first lady of the apocalypse will rock synthetic fibres at our doomsday.

“I’m going to send her one of my Russian eco-fur coats as a gift because I’m designing furs in Russia right now,” Anderson said, as reported by VegNews. No self promotion there, eh Pam? She went on to claim her primary concern during the new administration is conservation and the environment, something we know goes hand in hand with veganism. But if this act of giving is anything like her rumoured involvement with the phoney assassination of Wikileaks leader Julian Assange by way of a vegan sandwich, the CIA might want to inspect the coat for poison (kidding). 

Given the circus of events Trump’s America has already laid down on the world, perhaps an invisibility cloak would be more useful to Melania.

Remember, no POTUS or their spouse can end the injustices done to animals. It’s our own refusal to participate in violence, and the education of others, that can. 

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