Melania Trump's Portrait Has Us Believing She's The Nanny From ‘Muppet Babies'
President Donald Trump has been known to believe a few conspiracy theories.
He has suggested Obama was not born in the United States, climate change is a hoax created by the Chinese, vaccines cause autism, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was murdered and Ted Cruz's dad helped assassinate JFK, just to name a few.
Now, Trump may find he and his family are involved in a deep, dark and terrifying theory:
He is being blackmailed by the Russians and the election was rigged His wife Melania Trump is the Nanny from “Muppet Babies.”
As only '90s kids can remember, “Muppet Babies” was a cartoon that ran from 1984 to 1991 and featured all the beloved Muppets as babies.
Kermit, Gonzo, Miss Piggy… The crew was all there.
Except, who the actual fuck is Nanny??
She is never mentioned or shown in any other Muppet movie or television show. Why would all the Muppets simply… forget about their caretaker?
And why does Melania Trump's new White House portrait look like it was taken right in the nursery of the “Muppet Babies?”
*CUE “X-FILES” THEME SONG*
Melania is obviously not a Muppet created by Jim Henson.
However, since we never see Nanny's face in the show, we can't be sure Nanny wasn't a Muppet either…
As we learned through the theme song, Muppet Babies make their dreams come true, and they will do the same for you.
Is it possible that Donald Trump's dream of becoming the leader of the free world was fulfilled because of the Nanny's (AKA MELANIA TRUMP) teachings?
Now, if we look back to Melania's new portrait, we will notice the windows match those in the West Sitting Hall of the White House.
West Sitting Hall…
Baby Sitting… Babysitting… Babysitting…
Holy shit. It all comes back to Nanny.
Why green socks? Perhaps to match the colors of the mountains in her birth nation Slovenia.
I tried to reach out to the Trump family for comment, but as usual, they reminded me of a restraining order they have against me.
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