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Let’s play dress-up: Journalists covering Kamala Harris help her select wardrobe

Let’s play dress-up: Journalists covering Kamala Harris help her select wardrobe

“loving that she can campaign for president *and* shop at this boutique”

This weekend, reporters for CNN and CBS News who are supposedly covering Democrat primary candidate Kamala Harris enjoyed quite a friendly moment in a boutique as they helped the former prosecutor try on clothes.

Consider this a preview of the coverage we can expect for Democrats heading into 2020.

This was posted by CNN’s national political reporter Maeve Reston:

Here’s another from CBS News political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns:

Here’s Ali Vitali of NBC News:

Brit Hume of FOX News reacted:

That prompted this response from Kasie Hunt of NBC News:

To which Hume replied:

James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal also commented:

As did David Martosko of the Daily Mail:

Media yesterday: No, Mr. President, we are not fake news.

Media today: Here, Kamala. Try this one on.

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CNN and CBS “News” are not news media they are agenda driven propaganda “News” media shilling and working for the democrats and liberals.

legacyrepublican | February 17, 2019 at 10:14 am

It is hard to miss that the MSM is now tweeting about “Harris and her technicolor dream candidacy coat.” Soon, it will be glowing reports about her marvelous performance at her rallies thus giving them their new name in covering her, the Multicolored Sycophant Media.

So much for the myth of the adversarial press.

This kind of slobbering adoration will continue until election night. If she does not get the nomination, their ejaculations of unrequited love will be redirected to whomever is the nominee.
Correspondingly, there will be a tsunami of negative coverage directed toward Trump and anyone associated with him.
At the same time, they will be sanctimoniously declaiming on the topic of their supposed objectivity.

1. Seems they’re copying Melania Trump’s fashion sense, albeit at the bargain level; remember her multicolored Jacket she wore a couple of years ago, quite pretty. But it FIT.

2. I’m sure it’s no surprise that they really don’t care about the candidate spending money on clothes, as long as it’s a candidate they agree with…. They harangued Sarah Palin only because she was beautiful and they disagreed with her. They didn’t want her able to look appropriate on national television and having her beautiful looks enhanced by beautiful expensive clothing….

Remember folks, journalists don’t root for a particular side.
They keep telling us that.

America—where you can be a socialist race-baiting control freak and look fantabulous while doing it. What a country!

Seriously, that thing is hideous. It looks like something she’d put on after a shipwreck so rescue helicopters can see her. But better than appearing in a blackface costume, maybe. Maybe.

Is it possible for the msm to beclown themselves even more? I didn’t think so until this appeared. They have given new meaning to the word “Fake” as in news. It now also means to have no objectivity what so ever!

Donny Osmond wore it better.

Better for the world if one time reporters sell clothes than write vaporware and otherwise faulty code.

“This is good, but I think I need a few more outfits. Lets go down to Tents-R-Us and look through the Hillary Collection. Maybe they’re on sale.”

What’s interesting is their insistence that they didn’t do anything wrong; they’re not sorry they recommended that godawful coat; and how dare we call them on their lack of journalistic ethics. Oh, and we’re sexists for pointing out any of this.

Evidently the blind leading the blind.

First of all…color me unimpressed.

Secondly, I am waiting for the linkage to another “coat of many colors”. Sort of like..from humble beginnings to chief executor of a great country.

Kinda ironic, the “News Media” providing the services she previously provided Willie Brown #HeelsUp

The Moist Panty school of journalism.


Shhhhhhhhhhh everyone! With fashion choices like that, we should be applauding the media, not criticizing!!!!!!!!

Nice to know the fashion sense of journalists is only exceeded by their determination to get to the truth and their non-partisan nature.

(True, if all of the above are ranked in negative numbers)

This reminds me of the coverage Sarah Palin got for shopping for campaign clothing, except that the coverage for her was scathing.

So, where are the questions, and the snotty speculation, about who is paying for this?

Also, why are the reporters making themselves part of the story? I thought that kind of behavior was considered unprofessional.

Is their real point that women are intellectual lightweights that don’t understand how to behave in the workplace?

Kamel: don’t take fashion advice from mooooochelle obama.

Eastwood Ravine | February 17, 2019 at 6:18 pm

Hope she wears that sequin jacket on election night when she concedes the 2020 election and delivers her concession speech.

This is just embarrassing. So now journalists are going shopping with Harris, helping pick out clothes and then putting out glowing tweets about it.

— Brit Hume (@brithume) February 16, 2019

No Brit, “journalists” are not going out shopping with her. Admiring sycophants are.

Joseph would like his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat back.

Running for President and shopping….multitasking at it’s finest.