Brielle Biermann defends Trump as a victim, rightfully gets dragged

Oh good, you guys – Brielle Biermann rode in on her Twitter steed to play the voice of reason during these scary and uncertain times. Unfortunately, she forgot the reasonable part of her message. Monday morning, Brielle, the oldest child of RHOA alum Kim Zolciak-Biermann, decided to take a very firm stance on defending the President of the Untied States. No, wait – it gets even better. Brielle decided to use her public platform to defend #45 – from bullies. That’s right, folks, Brielle wants us to all be nice to the president because how is any of *waves hands around* this his fault?

It will not surprise you to hear, I’m sure, that the Twitterverse came for Brielle, and quickly. Many of the comments were of the ‘gtfo with that nonsense’ variety:

Others pointed out that Brielle was defending one of the biggest bullies in the country against bullying:

But most wanted to know why #45 deserved to be left alone when Brielle so clearly felt differently when it came to the Obamas?:

And even after all the backlash she got, when people pointed out all the ways this tweet was wrong, Brielle doubled down on her original stance:

*Sniff, sniff* What’s that I smell? Oh right – it’s b*llsh*t. Obviously Brielle’s bullying argument is out the window with all the receipts of her dumba- attacks on the Obamas. Not to mention, she doesn’t have to look far to find prime examples of bullying as her mom and stepfather are fine attacking anyone who looks at them the wrong way. But here’s my message for Brielle and Tracy Morgan and anyone else who wants us to take it easy on our current POTUS: under normal circumstances, with a normal president, you’d be right. This calamity is befalling people all over the world. And if #45 did anything even remotely beneficial, then we should back off and allow him to do his job under tragic circumstances. But there is no evidence he’s done anything but hurt “the country he’s running” and has no plans on stopping that. His concern is now, and has always been, his approval ratings and his financial interests. He denied any threat this virus gave us and jeopardized millions of Americans trying to pretend it away. He’s attacked anyone asking for clarity on his policy. He promotes faulty science and gives incorrect information that is costing his constituents their lives or the lives of those they love. And every single time he had to opportunity to give some words of comfort, he used it to promote himself and the fictional contests he thinks he’s winning that exist solely in his head. So no, Brielle, I will not jump on your kumbaya train. The ONLY thing #45 wants to do “the best he can” is endorse himself and his interests, while somehow profiting off the situation, even if it’s with the blood of the American people on his hands. And because of that, he deserves to be “constantly belittled/bullied for everything (he does/says)”.

Following her tweet, Brielle had the audacity to try to simply change the subject as if she hadn’t kicked up a vile dust storm. Her next tweet read:

And then some thoughts about cookies. Christ, and I thought her mother looked vapid posting her Bikini A Day shots to help us all through quarantine. I can’t believe I ever attempted to defend this twit. Lesson learned.

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47 Responses to “Brielle Biermann defends Trump as a victim, rightfully gets dragged”

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  1. Chica71 says:

    She needs an education. Skills like critical thinking, synthesizing information, and evaluation are taught in school, never too late to learn.

  2. Mireille says:

    To her and Tracy Morgan: b*tches please STFD and STFU.

  3. Chica71 says:


  4. Erinn says:

    So we can assume the whole family is a bunch of racist pricks, yeah? I mean, this girl barely has two brain cells to rub together – she didn’t come up with that kind of hatred on her own because I GENUINELY don’t think she has the brain capacity to do so. Ma and Pop must be so proud.

    • phaedra7 says:

      It’s a shame that NeNe Leakes, Sheree Whitfield and Kandi Burrus didn’t see this until mama Kim Zolchiak took advantage of these ladies in the past. (Plus, this chick would be the type of girl that Take-A-Dump and his nasty cabal-cronies would lust after anyways. . . . . .) 🤨

  5. Mac says:

    Trump’s emotional range is limited to cruel and angry. He does not have feelings like the rest of us.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      yeah, that stuck out to me…”feelings like all of us”…no, NOT like all of us.

      and MY GOD she is so cheap and tacky. right up there with the “cash me outside” trash.

    • Amy Too says:

      Exactly. He’s a narcissist. He doesn’t have genuine feelings like the rest of us. He sees the world and everything and everyone in it as either “thing that boosts my ego,” or “thing that’s actively trying to destroying me.” There is no sadness, so no feelings of incompetence or second guessing himself because people are “bullying” him. There is narcissistic rage and self-idolatry and that’s it.

      And this idea she has that the President of the United States, no matter who they are, might feel less inclined to do their job well or correctly or to the very best of their ability, just because some people are doubting them or snarking about them is ridiculous. Why on earth should someone be elected to the most important office in the nation, if not the world, if they frequently think, “woe, not every single person in the world is going to agree with me about everything I do, so I might as well not even try. I’m just not MOTIVATED to do President things unless I can be assured that 100% of the population is 100% cheerleading my every move.” That sounds likes a super strong leader, and not a fragile, ego centric, cry baby, right?

  6. S808 says:

    Her mom should’ve afforded her a better education instead of a sliced and diced face. Worry about THAT sis.

  7. manda says:

    I don’t think he “has feelings like the rest of us”. I don’t think he has any feelings at all, except the feeling of being persecuted and feelings (or delusions) of grandeur

  8. Casey says:

    LOL – I seriously have no idea who this person is?

    • julia says:

      I’m with you. I kept reading and was like “wait, her parents are famous as well? “. Quite glad I have no idea who they are!

    • Lucy2 says:

      Same here, who is this?
      Never mind, based on her photos and her opinions, I really don’t care.

  9. Rapunzel says:

    Yeah…That’s a no from me, Dawg.
    Those Obama posts show how moronic she really is.

  10. EM says:

    She and the rest of them (Dean Cain, Swanson…) are in awe of Trump because he gets to be as racist, crude and malicious as they want to be. They cheer and defend his bullying because they no longer want to be constrained by common decency compassion and common sense. These people are toxic and trash – all of his supporters are regardless of job, education level and place of residence.

  11. Bren says:

    Brielle Biermann is the definition of shiftless. Unfortunately, she does not care about getting dragged as long as that tweet gives her the attention she desires.

  12. Victoria says:

    I’m just looking at her hair, nails… how old is she? Why can’t celebrity parents invest in their daughter’s education?

    • julia says:

      i think I’d rather see rich people paying to get their kids into university rather than paying for this crap. What a horrible self image she must have. I highly doubt there was much “you’re beautiful just the way you are. When you’re an adult you can make your own decisions on what to do with your body” type conversations going on in their house when she started this plastic surgery nightmare.

  13. lara (the other) says:

    Off-Topic Question, is this look really popular is some social circles in the US? I have only seen this look very rarely in Germany and always associated it with really dumb and cheap. I know no professional working woman who would ever wanted to look like this.
    I am wondering, if it is a regional thing or a question of social circles.

    • Isa says:

      Really? I’ve seen it a lot in Germany.

    • missskitttin says:

      There’s a loooot of it in Germany!!!

      • lara (the other) says:

        I´ve seen faces like this twice in reality and it even more scary than the pictures. It is definitly not an everyday sight. Ar least not in the location I frequent.
        Thats why I´m asking, if its a social or a regional thing.
        And who is this?

    • WingKingdom says:

      Lara, I’ve heard of “LA face” and apparently the rich women in LA all look similar due to plastic surgery. I have no firsthand knowledge. I’m on the east coast of the U.S. and I have never once seen this look in person. Only on instagram model types.

    • Joanna says:

      Yes. I work in a well to do area and many of the women have had bad work. Scary lips, frozen faces. I’ve had Botox but never had a frozen face. They overdo it here. Depends on the area like everything else. I’m middle class. Also really popular here are the eyelash extensions. Even lower paid women are paying for it. I love the look but from what I hear, it’s around 200-250 American dollars the first time and you have to fill them in every couple weeks at $45-60 per time. I just can’t pay that much for nice eyelashes

  14. Babs441 says:

    She and her family are trash. She looks like a middle age divorcee with low self esteem

  15. Valiantly Varnished says:

    Why am I not surprised that this blow up doll is a Trump supporter? Probably just like her Mom and Stepdad.

  16. naomipaige99 says:

    So glad the dipsh*t gave her thoughts on DT. She is a complete and utter moron. I’m guessing the family is DT supporters. That figures. They can have a ton of money, but they are still pure white trailer trash

  17. Tate says:

    She is probably bored cause she can’t book plastic surgery appointments during the pandemic.

  18. Tiffany says:

    So she dropped out of school because she could no longer get chicken tenders and french fries.

    Thanks Obama???

  19. Jessica says:

    Is there a reason for this person?

  20. Maida says:

    Trump is “running” the country all right — right into the ground. And all those tweets about Obama display how this woman *really* feels about bullying.

  21. Sam the Pink says:

    People are not being “mean” to Trump. They are being critical. There is a difference. And anybody who becomes President signs up for it.

    One thing that always amazes me is how his backers insist Trump be treated with kid gloves. We are not allowed to call out his failures because that means we are “bullying” him. We are being mean. But they can be as nasty as they desire.

    • schmootc says:

      Hypocrisy and cognitive dissonance seem to be key traits of Trumpers.

    • Elizabeth says:

      Exactly. Donald Trump built his career off being not only rude and nasty, but destroying the lives and civil liberties of Americans of color. Not to mention women. This is some prime white privilege and ignorance speaking.

      Donald Trump, and all those who try to cover for him or in some way gain notoriety from covering for him, should get zero passes. This includes Kanye and Kim.

  22. NewKay says:

    Her existence is so sad. She never had a chance to be anything other than what she is.

  23. Holly hobby says:

    Sorry I’m not getting on the pity train. This whole debacle was self inflicted and could have been prevented thanks to the yam turd.

  24. Aimee says:

    I’m sorry but who is this trash?

  25. Valerie says:

    Who the hell is this?

  26. GirlMonday says:

    Do you think she told her surgeon: I’m going for the sexiest who from whoville.

  27. Branvoyage says:

    I keep seeing this on Twitter, suddenly they’re up in their feewings. Well, f*ck your feelings, magat snowflakes.

  28. adastraperaspera says:

    Follow the money. I believe she is doing a paid promotion here. Sadly, she is one of many D-list types who do have real influence over their followers. Since Bernie has now dropped out, I would look for more and more of these kinds of statements on social media–designed to lure in young people who are looking to justify not voting for Biden. The Trump campaign has a massive war chest of cash to spread around, and they know how important it is to control the narrative. And who knows how to cash in more than her mother, Kim Zolciak?

  29. Jana says:

    I used to say at least the girl has her looks~so sad to see that’s no longer true! I should have pegged the Bierman’s for Trump supporters, they are white trash with money.

  30. Adude says:

    All I have to say is… … who? That’s all 💅

  31. jferber says:

    He’ll probably appoint her to a cabinet position now, since she’s so “qualified” and one of the “best” people he’s been scraping from the bottom of the barrel. And yeah, eff off, girlie. Vapid, no brain blow-up doll.