In the past, until watching this particular pageant I was not a big fan of beauty contests.
Now I see this contest in a completely different light.
It’s not just the beauty of each contestant but their poise and intelligence when answering question in the spotlight!
What’s unfair about asking a beautiful young woman about politics?
Do we seriously want an air-head going around America representing our country with her duties listed below?
The only people who would consider the question posed are democrats who believe they get to determine what is fair and unfair.
Established in 1921 by local Atlantic City businessmen as a way to extend the summer season, The Miss America Organization has since grown to become one of the most recognizable household names in America.
Miss America remains a role model to young and old alike.
Over the years, Miss America has continually made a difference in people’s lives through her charitable and community service endeavors, using her national platform to educate millions of Americans on important issues facing society.
Miss America is more than a title, it’s a movement of empowering young women everywhere to achieve their dreams by giving them a voice to inspire change and by honoring their commitment to helping others.
A question many are calling “unfair” was posed to Miss Hawaii Sunday night at the Miss USA pageant, much to the dismay of those judging the pageant on Twitter. However, contestant Chelsea Hardin won rave reviews for her performance in giving an answer that avoided alienating anyone.
“With Hillary Clinton expected to surpass the delegate count needed to win the Democratic party nomination, my question to you is: If the election were held tomorrow, would you vote Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump for president and why would you chose one over the other?” asked Harper’s Bazaar Executive Editor Laura Brown.
Boos immediately cascaded from the crowd when Trump’s name was mentioned.
Trump formerly owned the Miss USA pageant.
Hardin looked surprised and then recovered as she said, “I would get that, right?”
She continued, “All I have to say … it doesn’t matter what gender. What we need in the United States is someone who represents those of us who feel like we don’t have a voice. Those of us who want our voices heard. We need a president who will push for what is right and who will push for what America really needs. Thank you.”
I saw a poll a little while ago that stated Clinton was ahead of Trump. THAT IS A COMPLETE LIE!
I’ve just fallen in love with Chelsea Hardin.