Grifters Gotta Grift, non-fungible token edition

Mel’s gone to pot

Mel, ever the entrepreneur knows a grift when she sees one:

Melania Trump launches NFT platform in first public endeavor since White House

Melania Trump is getting in on the latest crypto craze — NFTs.

The former first lady announced Thursday that she is selling an NFT, or a non-fungible token, titled “Melania’s Vision” — her first public endeavor since leaving office almost one year ago…

Her private endeavors, however…

The NFT is the first digital art to be sold on her newly launched platform, which will release NFTs regularly and is powered by Parler.

“I am proud to announce my new NFT endeavor, which embodies my passion for the arts, and will support my ongoing commitment to children through my Be Best initiative,” Trump said in a statement. “Through this new technology-based platform, we will provide children computer science skills, including programming and software development, to thrive after they age out of the foster community.”

She’s doing it for the children. 

They say that the Liberal super-power is memory, and I seem to recall that the Trumps have a habit of stealing from charities.

(Hat tip: Scissorhead D-Cap)

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10 Responses to Grifters Gotta Grift, non-fungible token edition

  1. Redhand says:

    From an artistic standpoint, may I ask what that object apparently hanging down between her legs is supposed to be? A ribbon? If so, why?

    This reminds me of a time I was walking past a Victoria’s Secret store in the metropolis of Terra Haute, Indiana with a taciturn old friend who was a WWII vet. When we were past the scantily clad mannequins, he turned to me and said, somewhat conspiratorily, “I don’t know about you, but it seems to me that Victoria doesn’t have any secrets left.”

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  2. skinnydennis says:

    “Art”, as in the Rose Garden remake debacle, and multiple years of apocalyptic Christmas “decorations” ? And oh yeah, that coat.
    Thanks, but no thanks.

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  3. ali redford says:

    Yep. The timing seems right, too.

    Yet, the aging out of foster care. “…to thrive after they age out of the foster community.””
    Now I just wonder how she’s going to do that, when those files are not public? It does strike me as bad timing to grift in the names of people who are not yet adults. (Actually it strikes me as creepy, and bad timing.)


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