Twitter Ruthlessly Mocks Breitbart Writer Over His Freakout of Vogue Cover Featuring Statue of Liberty


Vogue Magazine is celebrating its historic 125th anniversary with “American Beauty” Jennifer Lawrence as the cover story.

However, Breitbart writer John Carney couldn’t help but notice a certain something in the background.

Carney tweeted, “We’re going to have to create a full #MAGA shadow cultural industry because the Opposition Media can’t even do fashion without attacking us.”

Apparently, even Vogue Magazine is part of the “opposition media,” and judging from the tweet, Carney is implying that showing the Statue of Liberty is an “attack” on Trump supporters, especially since CNN’s Jim Acosta invoked the poem on the New York landmark to debate White House advisor Stephen Miller on immigration earlier this month.

This sparked a giant mockery of the tweet.

After his tweet went viral, Carney doubled down.

Vogue confirmed to Politico reporter Hadas Gold that the cover was shot in early June, roughly two months before Acosta and Miller and their infamous spat over the Statue of Liberty.


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