Katie Williams no longer wears the crown of Ms. Nevada.
The 29-year-old Las Vegas woman claims she’s a victim of censorship, and being unfairly targeted over her support for President Donald Trump.
But pageant organizers insist it’s Williams’ failure to separate political activism from her pageant persona — not her specific support of Trump — that cost her the Silver State sash.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I just don’t understand how you can censor someone with conservative values when I’m not even really saying anything that’s bad,” Williams said in a video Facebook posting over the weekend, announcing that she had been booted from the competition.
Williams, who won the Ms. Nevada 2019 crown this past April, declined further comment to NBC News on Wednesday, standing by her online comments. She’s a fitness instructor and was deployed with the Army National Guard to Afghanistan in 2008-09, according to her spokesman.
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Such a long and exciting day yesterday!! I am so incredibly honored and thankful for all my supporters! I seriously can’t thank you all enough and want you all to know I will continue to fight against censorship in America. We can’t stand by and watch our country fall apart at the seams because a few bad apples want to destroy the grove. . On the #LauraIngraham Show followed by meeting the Beautiful @kimberlyguilfoyle at the Las Vegas Women for Trump Victory Event! . #honored #godisgood #thankful #follow #repost #share #trump2020 #stopcensorship #katiejowilliams
Ms. Nevada has been stripped of her crown. She claims it’s because she supports President Trump. Organizers say she violated social media rules. https://t.co/MwjwHZg42m
— NBC Politics (@NBCPolitics) August 21, 2019
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) August 23, 2019
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