The liberal media is backsliding into nasty partisan misogyny, again.
First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Texas on Thursday to visit a children’s center housing 55
migrant juveniles who crossed the border illegally, and all she got for her effort was a lousy review on her fashion sense.
Not what she wore to the event, mind you, which we are informed by the media was a pale yellow jacket.
It’s what she wore on the plane that has outraged tongues wagging and the media reflecting on her preferred designers and previous wardrobe choices.
Not only is the jacket outdated from the 2016 collection of a Spanish designer, gasp, but the graffiti writing on the back of the army green jacket read “don’t care, do u?”
If the first lady had pulled up her hair and worn the hood on her head, the jacket she wore on a plane would have read “I really don’t care, do u?”
Oh, the horror of politically correct airplane fashion wear.
It’s almost as bad as when she wore heels on a plane to visit a hurricane cleanup, and stepped off the plane wearing tennis shoes.
Clearly, the first lady, and most women, have different preferences for what they wear for travel on airplanes versus what they wear to a professional event.
Nevertheless, we expect to see equal treatment when U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette and a congressional delegation of women travel to the border for their inspection this weekend.
Who is DeGette wearing on the plane? And if it’s last season’s pajama collection by Dolce & Gabbana, we want to know about it, in detail. Because what women wear when they travel is obviously more important to the media than the work they do.