There is now enough evidence that Kim Kardashian abused Kris Humphries by trapping him into a relationship and wedding so that their whole family could grab millions from advertisers. We used to think that Britney Spears made a joke of traditional marriage by tying the knot with Jason Alexander but looks like it is people like Kim Kardashian who are killing traditional Christian marriage in America. Unfortunately, Americans are not giving up on her. Instead of throwing her out of their lives and abandoning her and the Kardashian clan, she is bigger than ever in her popularity. Naturally, money is rolling in as Americans are happily parting away with their rapidly diminishing savings by buying crap endorsed by the Kardashians.
Kanye West crook or victim? Since the television stations need to keep the ratings up and need juicy events in their lives, either Kanye West is a victim as well or he is a willing partner in the crime this time (everyone knows what a sharp businessman he is). Not only is he faking a romantic relationship with her, they are already planting the seeds to line up sponsors for their wedding. Kim Kardashian recently told a magazine, “When this whole life is done, and it’s just the two of us sitting somewhere when we’re 80, you want to have things to talk about that you have in common. I think that’s something maybe I didn’t value as highly as a quality I cared about in someone.” Oh God, before she turns 80, she would have gone through a dozen more relationships.
Attack the victim: In order to continue to manipulate public opinion of her, she is making herself come across as the victim by calling her ex husband “a cancer” that she wants out of her life as soon as possible but because he has insisted on a court hearing on their divorce he will force all the details to come out to prove that she was basically committing fraud. The great news is that with the trial and yet another fake engagement/wedding, Kardashians will get even richer while the rest of Americans will have entertained themselves believing that it is all real.