“I'm not a crier — but I cried all the time, because I hated every minute of being on that show,” Flicker confessed to Marlow about her experiences on the Real Housewives.
“Imagine having to hang out with the liberal entertainment industry five days a week, eight hours a day,” she said. “You're literally swimming in a swamp, and it is disgusting. There is nothing that I enjoyed about it. I couldn't wait to get out of there.”
Flicker stated, “it wasn't because of the people at Bravo, they had nothing to do with the show. They hired the cast, and then they hired the production company. The production company was intolerable.”
“Once they found out that I was a proud Trump supporter and a proud conservative, and I was not backing down from my views, they came at me in the editing room,” the former star of the Real Housewives of New Jersey explained.
“I had people, the cast people, my friends on the show say, ‘Siggy, pretend you're a liberal, tell them you hate Donald Trump' — and I said, ‘I can't do it,'” Flicker told me.
“And I want your viewers to understand, most of the Housewives throughout the franchise are Trump supporters,” she said. “In order to keep their jobs, they don't talk about politics, and some of them, if they do talk about politics, they'll talk about their love for Biden.”
Flicker said “in the liberal entertainment industry — I'm talking about A-listers — have called me. All Trump supporters. And they're quiet about it.”
In the editing studio, Flicker explained that the production team would “take a five-hour scene, and they edit it into a two-minute scene.”
“You see it now with Piers Morgan and Donald Trump,” she added. “You can create any narrative you want when you don't show the viewers the full footage of what happened.”
On Wednesday, the audio supplied by the former president's group to Breitbart News of the end of his interview with Morgan exposed how Morgan and his team had deceived the public. Morgan, along with his associates, deceitfully modified the conversation to appear as if it was an unfriendly conclusion, when it wasn't.
“It's a lot of showing reactions, and not the prior interactions,” Flicker explained about the deceitful editing process. “So I knew that my time on Housewives was going to be short-lived.”
Flicker, who is the national spokesperson for JEXIT (the Jewish exit of the Democrat Party), added she's at ease speaking about her conservative political views, “because I don't need the money, and I don't need the fame.”
“For me, it was a point of, ‘I've got to make a difference.' I've got to go out there and at least get people to start opening up their minds and remembering that a nation that forgets its past has no future,” she said.
“I am terribly upset when I see my children and think that my children's future generations will be growing into something that's not America. The scenery of America is changing, and the water is being drained.”
“I want people to recognize that our inalienable rights stem from God, not the government. We require more God and less state. The more extremist left — the current Democrat Party — it has never been similar to this. It is important to understand that it's no longer JFK's Party.”
“It is no longer the Party that believed in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights,” Flicker declared. “It is now a Party of radicals and progressives that are destroying America.”
This year, NBCUniversal's Bravo fired Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jennie Nguyen over posts she made on social media, in which she criticized rioters and also the Marxist left-wing group, Black Lives Matter.