Fox News’ Elizabeth Hasselbeck and Laura Ingraham got together to warn viewers about the inevitable onslaught of Hillary Clinton propaganda that will be coming via numerous entertainment outlets.
But magazines for women are going to be the worst.
“It’s going to be ramped up across television. I wouldn’t be surprised if children’s shows had a Hillary push,” Ingraham said on Fox & Friends Tuesday.
“You will see Hollywood completely motivated to try to get Hillary elected just as they were with the Obamas.”
Hasselbeck pointed out that women’s magazines in particular are quick to carry the Clinton water. She cited a series of examples, including the newly resurrected 1998 Vogue cover which showcased a regal-like Clinton.
First Lady Hillary Clinton, photographed by Arthur Elgort, Vogue, August 1989 pic.twitter.com/9YP93OvMQ0
— Sage Delgado (@sagedelgadowin) April 21, 2015
“You look at some of the past covers here, and the coverage of the Clinton family in general, it suggests readers will be getting a heavy dose of liberal cheerleading,” Hasselbeck said.
Ingraham said she lost count of how many times Michelle Obama has graced the cover of Vogue, and expects to see more of the same when it comes to Hillary.
The Clintons, as most people know, are tight with entertainment high-rollers who gladly use their platforms to unabashedly promote their preferred candidate.
Hasselbeck reminded viewers that the “very liberal” Vogue’s editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour said in 2013 that she “can’t wait to have a female president.”
“It’s really smart for Hillary and Bill and Michelle and Barack to cultivate these cultural barometers,’ Ingraham said.
“They happen to be dominated by liberals. Conservatives don’t have a counterweight to that. They don’t have their own version of Vogue.”
That’s because blind adoration is something better left – to the left. Even Politico admitted as such in an article about the phenomenon:
“Clinton, a fashionista in her own right… already has a natural home among women’s magazines and their mostly liberal audiences. But the reporting and writing veers beyond alignment and into outright boosterism – if not of Clinton herself, then of Democrats and the progressive causes…”
— Barbie Williams (@Barbie892) May 26, 2015
The folks on Fox’s “Outnumbered” further discussed the issue and can be watched below.
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