A “white woman” is a “white man” who gets her hair extensions from a stylist at a “redneck salon,” according to a new report from Axios.
“White women have been the target of the Trump regime’s anti-white rhetoric,” the publication said.
“And for good reason.
The new hairstyles that come with a $200 haircut can cost as much as $300 to $500.””
A redneck salon” is defined as a salon where people dress up in a white shirt, tie, and cowboy hat, and perform racial stereotypical roles, such as wearing a hat, having a cowboy, or wearing a dress.
It’s unclear if the hairstyles were originally purchased by the same stylist, but Axios found that the salon where the “white women” received them has a history of racist behavior, including a 2016 incident in which a man wearing a Nazi-style shirt attacked a group of African-American men.
In 2016, the Trump campaign announced plans to ban the use of “nigger” on the campaign’s website.
The salon, which received “several” of the products, was closed down in 2018, and the Trump White House told Axios that the stylist “removed all of his hair products from his store.”