Earlier today I wrote a blog post article about Miss America 2018 Cara Mund, and her protest of how she has been treated by Miss America chairwoman Gretchen Carlson and Miss America CEO Regina Hopper.
I was shocked, angered, and disgusted at the treatment of Cara Mund by chairwoman Gretchen Carlson and CEO Regina Hopper, who both decided on their own that Cara Mund was not smart enough to speak on behalf of the Miss America organization or women’s issues. Eight months ago, the two of them began trying to push Cara Mund aside, shrinking and diminishing her role more and more, in an attempt to silence her.
I am sorry that Cara Mund’s year of being Miss America has been ruined by Gretchen Carlson and Regina Hopper, which should have been filled with endless opportunities to travel, speak, do interviews, meet people, and interact with people to bring attention to the Miss America organization, women’s issues, and other social causes.
In order to correct this situation with the injustice that has been done to Cara Mund, and the Miss America organization being taken in the wrong direction by Gretchen Carlson and Regina Hopper, I suggest that Cara Mund replace Gretchen Carlson as chairwoman of Miss America.
Later today, I saw an article in the Bismarck Tribune newspaper where it said that the Miss North Dakota organization almost immediately came out in complete support of Cara Mund, backing her up in her complaint against chairwoman Gretchen Carlson and CEO Regina Hopper.
This Bismarck Tribune newspaper article is very good, not only is the Miss North Dakota organization supporting and backing up Cara Mund, it is in agreement with Cara Mund’s allegations, and was aware of Cara Mund’s mistreatment for some time. Here is the link to this article https://bismarcktribune.com/news/local/miss-north-dakota-program-backs-cara-mund-in-miss-america/article_791beb16-e5b1-5d4c-9f68-16a748a92ee3.html
It looks as though roughly twenty-five other states have joined together in requesting the immediate replacement of the entire board of directors of the Miss America organization.