Ivanka Trump’s neighbors are pissed she moved into their neighborhood and the reason is something we can all relate to: parking.
Living her best life, one neighbor gleefully watched the LGBTQ dance party protests from her front steps. She threw on her Resistance Mink, grabbed her favorite Rolex, poured herself a glass of chardonnay and got a front row seat at the madness unfolding before her.
Her smirk and flawlessness went viral, with Twitter responding in the best way possible:
mood: the neighbor gleefully watching protestors outside of Ivanka Trump’s house pic.twitter.com/6UjZbSqcdg
— Mack Wilds. (@etherealcabello) April 3, 2017
The neighbor watching the LGBT protest in front of Ivanka Trump’s house while drinking white wine is definitely invited to gay brunch. pic.twitter.com/Lum7pwuOsz
— Gabe Ortíz (@TUSK81) April 3, 2017
Aesthetic goals: Ivanka Trump’s neighbor sipping wine in a fur coat as a protest goes down ???️? pic.twitter.com/osvamoECkj
— C.J. Hᴀsᴡᴇʟʟ (@carpeydiem) April 3, 2017
On scale of 1 to 10, my level of petty is Ivanka Trump’s neighbor putting on a fur coat, drinking wine & enjoyin ppl protest against Ivanka? pic.twitter.com/CqE3moQVef
— Live More? (@StunnaTella) April 4, 2017
Ivanka Trump’s neighbor came outside to cheer on queer protestors while drinking wine in a fur coat.
SHE IS MY SPIRIT ANIMAL pic.twitter.com/IUXZBeW9CZ
— Cole Ledford (@ColeLedford11) April 3, 2017
What has pissed Ivanka Trump’s neighbors off?
Because of Ivanka and Jared’s intense security detail, Secret Service has taken up all the parking spots in their neighborhood. You can fuck with healthcare and the environment, but a resident’s right to park? Now you have some pissed off constituents on your hands.
Here are what some of her neighbors had to say at a recent neighborhood commission meeting:
“They’ve completely taken over the whole street — as if they have the authority! … It is every bit as disruptive as if a very active business was allowed to come into this residential neighborhood.” – Marti Robinson, a trial attorney who lives across the street. (Washington Post)
“We’re just a little story in a cosmic, bigger story, which is the whole Trump phenomenon and how they push their way around. You have people coming and going. You have three or four, sometimes five, SUVs that are very big and that aren’t from the neighborhood.” – Toby Moffett, former Democrat congressman from Connecticut. (Washington Post)
“Maybe some of the upset has to do with politics a little. I couldn’t say for sure, but I know that people don’t seem to be upset about [Secretary of State Rex] Tillerson’s situation. It’s much less intrusive,” – Ellen Goldstein, an elected neighborhood commissioner. (NBC)
Ivanka’s parking wars are a metaphor for what is taking place in America as Moffett points out.
While some are acting up and resisting, we also enjoy Bruce’s approach: lean back and watch Trump’s administration crumble more and more every day. We just wish we had a fur to do it in.
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