No surprise that the ultra leftist elitists of Vogue endorsed Hillary.
But then let’s not forget that Vogue published a glowing article about the awesomely chic Asma al-Assad of Syria, which in full Orwellian overdrive, Vogue scrubbed from their website when the mass killings started soon after publication.
We saved the February 25, 2011, Joan Juliet Buck article, “Asma al-Assad: A Rose of the Desert”.
Read it. If you have the stomach.
Pat Condell on The Guardian, a liberal British newspaper that proudly trades in Jew-hatred.
Our friend Jake Novak, senior producer at Fox Business News, informs Seraphic Secret that the Guardian’s political editor is Patrick Wintour, Anna Wintour’s brother.
Anna Wintour, a prominent Obama fund-raiser, is the uber editor of Vogue, the liberal fashion magazine that published Joan Juliet Buck’s celebration of Syria’s mass-murdering first couple, Bashar al-Assad and his “extremely thin and very well-dressed wife” Asma.
And Joan Juliet Buck’s father, Jules Buck, was a Hollywood leftist/communist who, in 1952, moved to Europe “in protest against political repression” in America.
The DNA of the left is, metaphorically and sometimes literally, totalitarian rule and Jew-hatred.
You will recall that on February 25, 2011, the ultra-chic, ultra-liberal Vogue magazine, led by high-profile Obama supporter Anna Wintour, published a fawning profile of Syrian first lady Asma al-Assad by Joan Juliet Buck.
So outrageous was Buck’s story that Seraphic Secret saved the article in the sure knowledge that Vogue would, sooner or later, be called to account for celebrating a mass murderer and his wife.
Of course, we were proven correct. So clueless and disgusting was Buck’s story about the al-Assads that Vogue—Soviet style—flushed the story down the memory hole with nary an explanation.
Now, Joan Juliet Buck, the liberal author of the infamous piece, has penned an apology: My Vogue Interview: Mrs. Assad Duped Me, a self-serving kvetch.
You will recall that on February 25, 2011, the ultra chic, ultra progressive Vogue magazine published a fawning profile of Syrian first lady Asma Assad and her husband Bashar al-Assad. Not too long after Joan Juliet Buck’s story appeared Syria descended into open savagery and what do you know, the story was flushed from on-line Vogue.