WashPost's Insult Wagon: Jim Jordan's 'Drinking the Hand Sanitizer'

July 30th, 2020 10:06 PM

No one knows why The Washington Post deployed their fashion writer Robin Givhan to cover the Big Tech hearing. The online headline was "Tech titans gave their House testimony virtually. But it was the congressmen who departed from reality." As you could expect, Givhan thought reality had a liberal bias.

New Yorker: 'Embarrassment of Democrats Wearing Kente-Cloth Stoles'

June 12th, 2020 10:36 AM

Did you find the sight of Congressional Democrats kneeling while wearing kente-cloth stoles on Capitol Hill to be a cringe-worthy example of virtue signaling? Well, you are far from alone. Even many liberals shuddered at the sight including Doreen St. Félix of the very liberal New Yorker.

 

WashPost Fashionista Hits Trump for 'Spitting Distance' Human Backdrop

March 19th, 2020 5:19 PM
Washington Post scribe Robin Givhan is supposed to do fashion writing, but it's always smarter to see her as a political columnist who uses fashion as an inspiration. This latest column has almost zero to do with fashion. The headline is:"Why won’t Trump practice social distancing at his daily briefings?!" Question mark, exclamation point....another liberal opinion.

MEOW! Jealous, Trump-Hating WashPost Critic Slams Melania’s Attire

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December 3rd, 2019 2:31 PM
The Washington Post has become the Mean Girls of the nation’s capital, going after First Lady Melania Trump’s Christmas fashion sense, calling it “ridiculous” and indicative of “aloofness.” Gosh, why would anybody want to be aloof from the bitchy high schoolers at The Post?

WashPost Slams Jordan's Fashion, NY Times Hails 'Bow Tie of History'

November 15th, 2019 11:10 AM
Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan offered her classic take as a frustrated liberal editorial writer on the first public impeachment hearing in the House on Wednesday. The headline in the paper was "Be a sport, Jim Jordan, and put on a jacket." Online it was "For dignity’s sake, Jim Jordan, put on a jacket." Givhan lectured that the conservative from Ohio was…

WashPost Raves Over ‘Soothing Voice of Reason’ Gayle King

June 11th, 2019 4:42 PM
The Washington Post on Tuesday offered a gushing, 3000 profile on CBS This Morning’s Gayle King, fawning over the co-host as the “soothing voice of reason.” At no point in the story did Post writer Robin Givhan identify King as a Democratic donor. Instead, readers are simply told about how loyal the host is to her “public friends.” 

WashPost Swoons Over Buttigieg’s ‘Vogue Moment’

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May 2nd, 2019 11:16 AM
“Pete Buttigieg is having his Vogue moment,” began a Style section article by Washington Post fashion writer Robin Givhan. It’s the latest attempt by progressive media to force the transformation of the boyish and soft-spoken left-wing candidate into a pop culture phenomenon. On the paper’s May 1 Style front page, Buttigieg’s smoldering black-and-white Vogue…

WashPost Hails the Clothes of Mueller, 'Righteous Seeker of Facts'

March 27th, 2019 10:18 AM
On Tuesday, the Washington Post Style section front page contained another episode of fashion writer Robin Givhan channeling her liberal political views through the pretense of assessing fashions. The subject of her adoration was Robert Mueller, seen leaving services on Sunday at St. John's Episcopal Church across the street from the White House. 

Washington Post Rips the MAGA Hat as 'Brimming with Grotesque Hubris'

January 27th, 2019 12:17 AM
Washington Post fashion writer Robin Givhan is back in the paper on Saturday with another in her long series of liberal editorials badly disguised as clothing critiques. Her target is now the MAGA hat. The headline is "Brimming with grotesque hubris." She ripped the pro-Trump Covington kids: "Armed with so much knowledge, it is, perhaps, a more jolting loss, a graver reality, when…

WashPost Fashion Critic Oozes at Dems, Pelosi, a 'Brazen Bird' in Pink

January 4th, 2019 4:56 PM
Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan was brought in after the House swearing-in to write about fashion -- well, not really. As usual, she used fashion as a subtext for her liberal politics. The new ultraliberal women in the House were all fabulous in their diversity of dress, especially Nancy Pelosi in pink, "like the plumage of a brazen bird, not just to fly with the flock but to…

'Fashion Critic' or Fan Girl? Givhan Won't Critique Michelle Obama

December 22nd, 2018 8:44 AM
In her column this week, Washington Post Givhan was very reluctant to criticize the, shall-we-say, controversial fashion choices that Michelle Obama made for her book-tour appearance with Sarah Jessica Parker earlier this week...especially the $3,900 thigh-high boots. If a former Republican First Lady had worn them, Givhan would have scolded her for conspicuous consumption.

WashPost Argues In Favor of a Fashion Blacklist for Mrs. Trump

January 13th, 2017 9:38 AM
Robin Givhan, the liberal political columnist who plays fashion writer at The Washington Post, dominated the front of the Style section on Friday with a question: Can a fashion designer in good conscience agree to dress Melania Trump? Givhan argued that blacklisting the new First Lady is a good way to show a social conscience. The Trumps can buy off the rack, so it’s not really a blacklist…

No Ann Romney Treatment: Media Sidestep Five-Figure Price Estimate on

February 15th, 2014 7:48 AM
Michael W. Chapman of our sister site CNSNews.com reports on cost estimates for the hand-sewn gown Michelle Obama wore at Tuesday’s state dinner for the prime minister of France. Think five figures. If Ann Romney were First Lady now, would that escape the media’s politicized scrutiny? (In 2012, she was slammed for wearing a $990 shirt on "CBS This Morning." Wednesday…

WaPo Double Standard on Modesty: Fashionable for Muslims, Frumpy and R

August 10th, 2011 6:40 PM
Five years ago Post fashion writer Robin Givhan scoffed at the notion of modest swimwear in a July 14, 2006 column "Ultimate Coverup." Fast forward to today and the Post's Alison Lake gave Style section readers a gushy look at how "Muslim women shop for ways to bare little." "Web sites offer modest fashions suitable for summer and pool wear," noted the…