Liberals continue to gush over Michelle Obama’s… well, interesting fashion choice while plugging her book this week at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Obama was rocking what was frequently referred to online as a (bright yellow) shower curtain that Big Bird would have been envious of, along with a pair of $4,000 Sequin Balenciaga Thigh-High boots — an outfit no one can seem to get over, for many reasons.
The fashion industry hasn’t been kind to Melania, but Michelle Obama can wear this and it trends on Twitter?
It’s not even Easter pic.twitter.com/QeKbMSDw5f
— Terri Green (@TerriGreenUSA) December 21, 2018
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And when we say the left was gushing, take a gander at Glamour Magazine, which outdid itself… to the point of embarrassment.
But the real treat came in the form of her outfit for the evening, a full Balenciaga look so out of this world not even Princess Leia could have dreamed it.
Stars, suns, planets—stand down: The new center of our universe has taken her rightful place in the intergalactic realm. And she has on a pair of thigh-high gold boots so incandescent, scientists recommend the use of special sunglasses to gaze at them, lest we burn our retinas.
You simply can’t rival this kind of obsessed cult of personality, coming from the same hypocrites who make it a habit to ignore First Lady Melania Trump, a graceful former model whose beauty announces itself every time she walks into a room.
Heather Higgins, the president and CEO of Independent Women’s Voice, couldn’t help but call out the hypocrisy:
“All this gushing – from the same types of folks who criticized Melania’s shoe choices for being too out of touch. Can you say hypocrisy?” Higgin tweeted.
All this gushing – from the same types of folks who criticized Melania’s shoe choices for being too out of touch. Can you say hypocrisy?
Michelle Obama Wore $4,000 Glitter Boots on Her Book Tour https://t.co/aWGWp3j63V via @glamourmag
— Heather R. Higgins (@TheHRH) December 21, 2018
Fox News’ John Stossel too marveled over Glamour’s duplicity, tweeting: “Don’t they see the hypocrisy of their fawning.”
Don’t they see the hypocrisy in their fawning? https://t.co/5NauP4Rmmt
— John Stossel (@JohnStossel) December 21, 2018
But then, outspoken conservative actor James Woods, as he often does, nailed it in his response to the shameful actions of America’s fashion magazines:
On every magazine cover/On no magazine covers… pic.twitter.com/9RM7Ob3ZsI
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) December 20, 2018
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