The embarrassingly opportunistic Meghan Markle is networking with senior Democrats to become the first female U.S. president in 2024.
The former mediocre actress who finagled her way into British Royalty figures her tawdry interview with tedious icon Oprah will jumpstart her bid for the White House.
Markle is already forming fundraising teams to mount a campaign, according to a senior U.K. politician who served under former Prime Minister Tony Blair and has connections in Washington.
Meghan Markle is a “malignant narcissist,” according to Dr. Ami, a psychologist with a masters degree from the University of Virginia. That description was also used by Meghan’s half-sister Samantha Markle, but I will use Dr. Ami as the source since she is a professional.
A malignant narcissistic personality, she explains, is someone who has a psychological need to be perfect.
THE PHONY ‘MARKLE SPARKLE’
“They have to be better than anyone else and they think we are too dumb to see through it all.”
As a result of their desire to be perfect, she continues, “they construct a false face. This face IS perfect. This face is the ‘Markle Sparkle.’”
Such people are not trying to fool anyone, Dr. Ami explains, “They are running away from a sense of self that tells them they are despicable and horrible. The inner voice of an malignant narcissist is terribly abusive to them.”
Meghan Markle, after all, is the product of a failed mix-raced marriage — African-American mother, white father — who was raised in one of the poorer sections of Los Angeles and wangled her way into the cast of a second-rate TV legal drama called ‘Suits.’ She is estranged from her paternal half-sister and half brother. She was divorced and had shed a second lover when she married Prince Harry.
The charismatic, albeit emotionally confused prince, was and is the perfect vehicle to fame and fortune, and her manipulative personality went into overdrive.
Meghan was “foolish to give up her gig with the royals and believe she could be an international superstar on her own,” Dr. Ami suggests. “THEY made her a superstar. She has very little street cred on her own. She used men to get where she was, which was not a hugely successful person. When she became a royal, she became ‘someone’ in terms of fame and wealth.”
Well, the good doctor may be wrong in this case. Meghan Markle has opportunism down to an art form and if anyone can wangle their way into the White House, it’s this upstart from Canoga Park.