A former Miss Michigan pageant winner who was stripped of her title last week Twitter account greeted Kathy Zhu on Thursday, calling her a "patriot who continues to champion American values even though she was robbed of her crown."after several offensive tweets surfaced, has joined Trump's campaign efforts. Team Trump's official
"I am delighted to be a member of the #WomenforTrump Coalition Advisory Board now!" Zhu tweeted along with the announcement. "Let's re-elect Trump for 2020."
When Zhu spoke on Friday at a Women for Trump event in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan It was extremely difficult to be overtly conservative. "It's harder, I think, than being honest, gay," she said. The 20-year-old received an e-mail last week from the pageant who removed her from her remote position, which she shared on Twitter.
"Miss World America & # 39; MWA & # 39; has been made aware that your social media accounts contain offensive, insensitive and inappropriate content," the letter said.
It was also said that Zhu no longer fulfilled the requirement of "being in good character". "Therefore, MWA does not recognize you with immediate effect as a participant of any kind or in any capacity when it comes to any and all events of MWA," the conclusion.
The social media posts were directed at Muslim women and gun violence in the black community.
According to screenshots of the Orlando Sentinel, the first tweet said, "There is a try, so you tell me, that it's just a fashion accessory, not a religious matter, or are you just trying to get women used to being oppressed under Islam? "
" Yes, you know that most blacks cause deaths from other blacks be? "the second tweet said. "First fix problems in your own community before blaming others."
The tweets were sent in 2017 and 2018 but have since been deleted.
Zhu flunked in a Twitter video claiming to have discriminated against her conservative political views. "Such small attacks affect the value and confidence of the word 'racism'," she said.
Zhu is a student at the University of Michigan majoring in political science. She is an avid supporter of Donald Trump's social media and vice president of the College Republicans group at her school.
She will no longer represent Michigan at Miss World America in Las Vegas.
Despite the backlash, Zhu said she stood by her old tweets. "I am glad that this story came to light, because this is not just a beauty contest, but the prejudices against people with & # 39; different opinions & # 39; she tweeted .