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.”
[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.
Kaden snapped a photo and tweeted at Bloomindale’s: “this isn’t funny or fashionable. It further delegitimizes hard working journalists who bring REAL news to their communities.”
[…]Bloomingdale’s responded Monday morning, thanking Kaden and promising to remove the shirt.
Imagine being this fragile.
Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy is prepared to sign the bill that will allow the state’s 565 municipalities to literally tax the rain by charging property owners a fee for their parking lots and driveways, or any other surface rainwater can’t penetrate.
— Allison Kaden (@akadennews) February 10, 2019
Thank you for bringing this to our attention and we apologize for any offense we may have caused. We take this feedback very seriously and are working quickly to remove this t-shirt. Again, thank you for taking the time to alert us.
— Bloomingdale’s (@Bloomingdales) February 11, 2019
No, journalists are not “heroes” and no amount of money will change that.
Firefighters are heroes, soldiers are heroes.
Most of you just write blogs based off of Twitter outrage. Others harm people’s lives with smears and lies.
That’s not heroic.https://t.co/Bl1BOX38Uz
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) February 4, 2019
PIX 11 literally wrote an entire article bragging about this.