Remember the ridiculous whining from Kamala’s fans (all 5 of them, who work in the media) about a Vogue photo of her that was seen as unflattering.
Apparently, this was coming from the top down.
The leaked cover photo, which featured Harris in Converse and skinny pants, was “an approachable but less than grand depiction of the incoming vice president,” the reporters wrote. But Harris had been expecting a different photo, one that was ultimately made the “digital cover.” Vogue also eventually sold a limited-edition issue with the other photo.
“Harris was wounded. She felt belittled by the magazine, asking aides: Would Vogue depict another world leader this way?” the duo reported.
Incoming chief of staff TINA FLOURNOY was caught “off-guard by the anger in Harris’ circle” and contacted a senior Biden campaign official. Given the country’s myriad crises and the recent January 6th riot at the Capitol, “[t]he Biden adviser told Flournoy that this was not the time to be going to war with Vogue over a comparatively trivial aesthetic issue. Tina, the adviser said, these are first-world problems,” according to the excerpt.
Ironic considering Kamala’s third-world roots.
But is there really ever a “right” time to go to war with Vogue when your job, in theory, is to be prepared to possibly be at war with China, Russia, Iran or Newsweek?
This is the sort of story that adequately conveys why even the Biden people hold Kamala in contempt, and why her people are quitting right and left.