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Aug 31 2017

Meet the Fashion Police

When Melania Trump started off for Texas wearing high-heeled shoes, she was ridiculed by the fashion police at Vogue:

Mrs. Trump boarded Air Force One wearing a pair of towering pointy-toed snakeskin heels better suited to a shopping afternoon on Madison Avenue or a girls’ luncheon at La Grenouille.

While the nation is riveted by images of thousands of Texans wading with their possessions, their pets, their kids, in chest-high water, desperately seeking refuge; while a government official recommend that those who insist on sheltering in place write their names and social security numbers on their arms, Melania Trump is heading to visit them in footwear that is a challenge to walk in on dry land.

Naturally, the First Lady wore different shoes after arriving at her destination.

Maybe the author of the hit piece ought to change something too. Meet Lynn Yaeger, Chief of the Moonbat Fashion Police:


Seriously, this woman makes a living passing judgment on other women’s appearance. That about sums up the liberal media establishment.

On a tip from Steve T. Hat tip: Daily Timewaster.

32 Responses to “Meet the Fashion Police”

  1. Otis Longear says:

    DNA test. for proof of gender and species.

  2. mas2 says:

    Trying to parody these people is becoming impossible. Scott Adams once said about his Dilbert strips something to the effect of “No matter how ridiculous I get in my comics, I can’t keep up with real life.” That’s about where we are with the Left.

  3. Ol' Uncle Lar says:

    While you’re at it, check your grandmother’s house to see if the drapes are missing.

  4. MAS says:

    Tell me this is not a premier for It…

  5. MAS says:


  6. Obed Wolfinger says:

    Oh, c’mon. That’s Dick Durban in drag.

  7. Ol' Uncle Lar says:


  8. ICEvictim says:

    more like Vague, as in a vague sense of fashion vs suiting up for the clown car

  9. geeknerd says:

    I’ve never understood the fear of clown… until now!

  10. Buffalobob says:

    Yikes, Explains why Vogue thought the Mooch was a style icon.

  11. cieran58 says:

    Looks like the love child of Pennywise the clown and Helen Thomas–aaargh, warn us before you post such things. That thing is positively Lovecraftian, a child of the eldritch, stygian dark.

  12. Watchman59 says:

    I could swear I saw that on an old Star Trek show, or maybe it was Babylon 5.

  13. Jack Bauer says:

    So now what constitutes high fashion amongst the elites in NYC (who are the only ones who care about Vogue Magazine), is that you have to look and dress like you’ve COMPLETELY lost your mind.
    Come to think of it, since she is obviously a lib, I suppose losing one’s mind is somewhat of a prerequisite. So apparently, is being as ugly as a jar of pickled assholes (an old expression from my Dad….lol).

    Incidentally, has anyone seen this creature and Mitch McConnell in the same room together….ever?

  14. The LIEberal Media ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ says:

    Merkel’s twin sister!

  15. James McEnanly says:

    Did Ringling Brothers have a tent sale?

  16. Ol' Uncle Lar says:

    Images would be he only thing that would “rivet” that!!

  17. WoodBurner says:

    Not sure about the tent but they are missing a clown.

  18. Jack Bauer says:


    Yeah….he was one of toughest people I ever met, a WWII veteran, and just chock full of colorful expressions like that one, which I had completely forgotten about until Dave put up that picture… I still think about him every day, even though he’s been gone for 20 years now, and miss him like hell.

  19. gary says:

    i couldn’t have made up a story like this if dropped acid first.

  20. Kevcar says:

    The hunger games in real life.

  21. Watchman59 says:

    Knew it! That’s the Gorgon from “And the Children Shall Lead” from the original Star Trek series!!

  22. Agrippa says:

    Nope, Moochelle in white-paint. Oh, the horror!

  23. Agrippa says:

    So that passes for fashion sense on the Left? No wonder we call them Libtards.

  24. SNuss says:

    “Old chum”? Isn’t that what they dump off boats to attract sharks?

  25. SNuss says:

    Tim Conway’s story of the Siamese elephants was my favorite. Watching Carol’s expressions, as she held back the laughter, was priceless.

  26. SNuss says:
    Tim does two elephant stories. The second one has the Siamese elephants.

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