As I support you, I will make commentary on this topic, but in general I would never support the media that supports her or their family.

She has poor to no intent "on paper it is bad".

This shows she doesn't understand the privilege she has at all, especially when others either can't afford to go to college, have been beaten down to think they aren't good enough for college, or will never have the resources (time e.g.) to be able to even contemplate doing it.

As a celebrity, going on talk shows and getting public exposure is a non-event event. It provides near zero impact. If it is someone like you or I or any person that responds to your article "that is something".

Make a person like this go to a community college, and have to ground pound an entry level job without being seen or heard of and let them have a taste of what is for most people who have to give up decades of life to be given the chance that was being had by her parents.

Hell, drop her in red and rural areas and make her have to live there and get educated maybe the best comeuppance. Let her get to embrace the redneck and rural lifestyle like Paris Hilton jokingly did in the early 2000s.

But the kicker, no IG, or social media exposure. Be invisible like quite a few people and let those people know how much of a privileged person she is. Then she will get a taste of life in America.

It would be interesting to watch what she defines as first world problems in real life.


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