Vogue Magazine published a glowing profile on Thursday of White House press propagandist Karine Jean-Pierre that included her posing in designer dresses.
Photographed in several spots including outside the White House and in her office in Gabriela Hearst and Victor Glemaud dresses, Jean-Pierre was lauded as a history-making truth-teller.
“That quality of directness—blunt, with a touch of compassion—is Jean-Pierre’s currency at the briefing podium,” Vogue wrote.
Her currency is actually lying and/or deflection, but of course Vogue is not going to go there.
The magazine published a similarly sycophantic 2021 profile of President Biden’s first press secretary, Jen Psaki. Needless to say, the left-leaning mag never did profiles of Trump press secretaries Kayleigh McEnany or Sarah Huckabee Sanders, much less First Lady Melania Trump — an actual model.
The profile of Jean-Pierre was laced with glowing quotes from friends and fellow Democrats, including Machiavellian advisor Valerie Jarrett, who said she’d “prepared her entire career for the moment she’s in right now.”
The profile also praised Jean-Pierre’s ability to “disarm with a smile, then lay out the facts at hand.”
“She meets the White House press corps almost daily—favoring bright colors and bold eye shadow when she does—and, while she’s more reserved than some of her predecessors and less likely to respond to provocation with a social media–ready retort, she has sharpened her own technique: disarm with a smile, then lay out the facts at hand,” it reads.
Bold eye shadow notwithstanding, the truth is that Karine Jean-Pierre is the worst Press Secretary in modern history, doing the will of the worst administration in modern American history.