While Donald Trump helped Machado lose weight Kellogg, a company whose leadership involves a prominent Clinton backer, harmed her financially for being too fat.
Former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, an attempted murderess and porn star, had her Kellogg promotional contract killed for putting on too much weight.
The Kellogg company is yanking Miss Universe Alicia Machado from its Special K boxes in Venezuela because consumers aren’t swallowing her “eating machine” image on the diet cereal.
“We’ve decided to discontinue the campaign,” a Kellogg spokesman told Reuter in Caracas.
Venezuela takes its beauty queens very seriously, and local girl Machado’s figure has become a national obsession since she admitted to putting on 11 pounds after winning the global title last year. After rumors swept the land that Miss Universe was expanding and would be stripped of her title, Special K boxes featured the 19-year-old brunette sitting on a globe above the slogan “nothing to hide.”
Now buyers who stocked up on the cereal hoping to keep their figures trim want their money back and are sending angry letters to the local press. (Helen Kennedy, “Beauty’s Beastly Diet Kills Campaign,” New York Daily News, January 28, 1997)
That’s the context for the much vaunted press op were Machado pumped iron with Donald Trump giving her his support.
Donald Trump didn’t have a problem with Machado getting a little fatter. “The weight was unacceptable to a lot of people,” Trump said to the Associated Press on January 29, 1997 “It was not unacceptable to me.”
Machado got very fat very fast, moving from 118 to 160 in less than a few months. Dios mia!
“She gained weight,” Osmel Sosa, president of the Miss Venezuela organization and the man who has helped Machado and three others win the Miss Universe title, “because she had no discipline. One time when she came to Venezuela, shortly after winning Miss Universe, she ordered a room service that left me crazy — a club sandwich, French fries and ice cream!” (Miami Herald, April 30, 1997).
At that time Carlos Gutierrez was involved in the leadership of Kellogg. He became executive vice president of Kellogg USA in 1990. In January 1999, he was elected to the company’s Board of Directors before becoming CEO later that year.
Gutierrez, who is for amnesty and worked for George W. Bush as Commerce Secretary, endorsed Hillary Clinton in 2016.
— BattleCreek Enquirer (@bcenquirer) August 15, 2016
Steve Sailer has more.
— Steve Sailer (@Steve_Sailer) September 27, 2016
Oh, and here are some definitely NSFW video of Ms. Machado posing for Playboy. It’s something she did repeatedly.
Is she doing the job American women won’t do?
Maybe not a good idea to talk about American women workers when people see the kind of work you do.
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