Before anyone accuses me of slut shaming just know that I’m in no position to slut shame anyone. I have my credentials in this area myself-but that’s another day, another post. My issue with AJ Delgado, former 2016 campaign spokesperson for the Trump campaign, is her hypocrisy, forgetting who she is and where she comes from.
After reading today’s article in The Atlantic about her life since the 2016 presidential election, I have zero sympathy for this chick. AJ Delgado knowingly slept with a married man (Jason Miller, former 2016 Trump campaign senior communications director) regardless of whether he and his wife were separated or not, got pregnant and now is banished from the island. What did she think was going to happen? Surely she didn’t think Miller would leave his family for her? Couples will divorce over money before they divorce over affairs. Delgado had an extra-marital affair with a good ole boy who helps maintain a system where men can get away with anything while women get away with nothing. Why work so hard to become a Harvard educated lawyer of Cuban immigrant parents just to go out like this? Delgado clearly didn’t appreciate the struggle and fell for the okey doke, big time. As much BS as she used to talk about the left, where were her conservative Catholic values? You’re telling me an educated, pencil thin, bleached blonde can’t find any man to be with other than a married one? Delgado tried to make a power play and she lost.
In fall of 2016, Delgado stated Hillary Clinton was the dangerous, wreckless candidate. She also defended Trump’s “nasty woman” insult hurled at Hillary Clinton. Delgado indicated she was embarrassed by former Miss Universe Alicia Machado and accused Ms. Machado of having a nonexistent sex tape. Delgado stated on live TV “we need to stop this talk of institutional racism in our police departments.”
Delgado spoke of “public viciousness” in The Atlantic article but she, herself was unnecessarily vicious on the 2016 campaign trail. Whenever I would see her face on my TV, I’d immediately hit mute because I could not stand her high pitched voice or the rude, combative attitude she displayed in TV interviews. Now, she’s wants empathy and to be humanized because she gave birth to a child from a married man whose own wife gave birth to a baby six months before hers?
Is AJ Delgado’s assertion that high profile people in the pro-life community should be reaching out to her a tad bit entitled?