The inauguration is less than 48 hours away, and the Washington Post is doing their part to welcome the future first lady as only “journalists” can:
Most people know her as Jill Biden. But to some she is Dr. B, the compassionate and challenging educator who went the extra mile. https://t.co/Rd81MrTlHa
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 18, 2021
Let the sucking up begin!
Apparently there’s some sort of media competition underway to see who can get the most humiliatingly sycophantic piece past their editors https://t.co/daawFoLGD0
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) January 18, 2021
I mean… How embarrassing. https://t.co/neBjy6VK9D
— Omri Ceren (@omriceren) January 18, 2021
Is this a newspaper or Joe Biden’s PR department? Can’t tell honestly !!! https://t.co/cQATI56F2c
— Harley Kesselman (@harleykesselman) January 18, 2021
Not even waiting until the inauguration for the hagiography.
— KSLawWolf (@KSLawWolf) January 18, 2021
— Connie Austin (@ConnieBAustin) January 18, 2021
Shortly before the presidential inauguration in January of 2017, the future first lady at that time didn’t get such a glowing welcome. You might even call this a dressing down of sorts:
"Should designers dress Melania and Ivanka? The question is more complex than it seems." https://t.co/jeKUAaDR9S
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 12, 2017
Opinion: Why declining to dress the first lady isn’t like refusing to bake a same-sex wedding cake https://t.co/HiT98DXxkt
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 18, 2017
What a shock.