Bloomingdale's Pulls 'Fake News' Shirt After Reporter Whines That It 'Delegitimizes' JournosChris Menahan
Feb. 11, 2019
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Bloomingdale's decided to pull a "Fake News" t-shirt after one journalist whined on Twitter than the fashion piece "isn't funny or fashionable" and "delegitimizes hard working journalists."
From PIX 11, "Bloomingdale’s pulls ‘Fake News’ shirt after PIX11 reporter tweet":
[PIX11 reporter] Allison Kaden was shopping at the White Plains location Sunday afternoon when she spotted a mannequin wearing a shirt emblazoned with the phrase “Fake News,” a politically charged phrase that was made popular by President Donald Trump.Imagine being this fragile.
This is the "heroism of the journo" which Jeff Bezos's $5.2 million Super Bowl ad told us about.
PIX 11 literally wrote an entire article bragging about this.
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