The Ragged Cloaking in Vogue

October 26, 2018 8:05 amComments Off on The Ragged Cloaking in VogueViews: 8

Vogue.com, a lifestyle magazine and website should stick to hanging drapes and stay away from political commentary. When it comes to either they’re missing a stitch.

In their article about ‘The 25 Worst Lies From Donald Trump’s First 200 Days’, 

Just pick anyone of their positions from this article and it’s hard to find any model that has a leg to stand on.

For instructive purposes let’s take one of the 20 so-called lies whereby they quote Trumps tweet:

Trump:   February 9: “Chris Cuomo, in his interview with Sen. Blumenthal, never asked him about his long-term lie about his brave ‘service’ in Vietnam. FAKE NEWS!”

Vogue:   This was, in fact, Cuomo’s first question in the interview.

They called this tweet a lie, one of 20, and said that “This was, in fact, Cuomo’s first question in the interview.” Oh! was it now? Below is the full video of that interview.  Cuomo asked Blumenthal two questions, one of DACA and one on the Nunez report. Furthermore it was not the “first question in the interview”. There was no question of Blumenthal’s faking his Vietnam bravery just as Trump said. Fake News!

Vogue aligned themselves with Blumenthal the faker, the Democrat, the disgraced and lied, producing more “Fake News”.

Vogue is a ragged enterprise with a ragged bunch of disdainful liars selling cheap goods at high prices, selling misinformation and cloaking it with self proclaimed righteous and indignation.

Don’t fret about why they do this. They do it because they can and they can get away with it.

It doesn’t matter where you go today the spreading of lies and distortions has reached epidemic proportions in the Main. For people of this kind to criticize others is beyond the pale as they lie their way through life. If they lie in print and in public about public figures you can be sure that they’re lying to their co-workers, partners, family and friends. Their life is just one big lie and you should trust them only as far as you can throw them. These are aggressive actions using falsities and slander from people with no moral standards or boundaries.

Yesterday there was a threat to them and bombs sent in the mail to them and to a man, they’ve changed their tune and are blaming Trump for it and demanding civility where before they called for chaos. They no longer want to punch him in the face, take him out, blow up the White House, nor harass Republicans in their homes and in restaurants, shoot them nor kick them.

If asked, will they rescind their call for incivility and harassment along with their new found fear of retaliation and their newly enlightened call for civility?

Garbage in….. Garbage out…… but what a difference a day makes.

Vogue is owned by Condé Nast Inc.  Dame Anna Wintour is editor in chief.

Wintour carries dual citizenship and honored with the British title of Dame. Condé Nast:  19 brands and media: Allure, Architectural Digest, Ars Technica, Backchannel, Bon Appétit, Brides, Condé Nast Traveler, Epicurious, Glamour, Golf Digest, GQ, Pitchfork, Self, Teen Vogue, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Vogue, W and Wired.

This Dame edited this rag of a magazine and produced the crap in it and will continue to do it tomorrow and every day thereafter. Will Queen Elizabeth please reconsider Wintour’s title and revoke it?

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