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Photos: Ivanka Photoshopped into Art of Birth of Christ, Other Images as Leftists Mock Female Leader They Don't Like

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The left’s disdain for powerful women who dare to disagree with their collectivist worldview is legendary.

Or at least it would be if the establishment media reported on the left with even a modicum of concern for the truth.

Since they don’t, however, it’s up to independent media like The Western Journal to point out the hypocrisy of the left, and boy oh boy this time that hypocrisy is whopper-sized.

What started as a video of Ivanka Trump engaging three world leaders in conversation at the G20 has turned into a mean-spirited bile fest, belittling the woman who is certainly the most powerful first daughter in recent memory (if ever).

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Leftists immediately seized on the video of President Donald Trump and accused her of unwantedly trying to interject herself into the conversation.

Erin Ryan of Crooked Media and occasionally the Daily Beast asked her Twitter following to Photoshop pictures of Trump onto historical and pop culture-related photos.

And the left responded en masse. The latest product of the leftists’ fevered imaginations — Ivanka photoshopped into a painting of the birth of Christ — just hit the internet.

The yule-themed photoshop, however, was far from the first. Dozens of other pictures have been edited to include Ivanka.

https://twitter.com/waltshaub/status/1145679713249239041

Sometimes leftists are subtle. Other times they do things like this.

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Increasingly, they’re taking aim at individuals from groups they say they support and trying to turn them into laughingstocks if their political views are deemed unacceptable.

The left has done this to minorities for years. Now, especially in the Trump era, the left is increasingly targeting women.

The establishment media, however, has little interest in exposing such blatant, tasteless hypocrisy.

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Josh Manning is deputy managing editor, assignment, at The Western Journal. He holds a masters in public policy from Harvard University and has a background in higher education.
Josh Manning grew up outside of Memphis, TN and developed a love of history, politics, and government studies thanks to a life-changing history and civics teacher named Mr. McBride.

He holds an MPP from Harvard University and a BA from Lyon College, a small but distinguished liberal arts college where he also served as an interim vice president.

While in school he did everything possible to confront, discomfit, and drive ivy league liberals to their knees.

After a number of years working in academe, he moved to digital journalism and opinion. Since that point, he has held various leadership positions at The Western Journal and now serves as editor-at-large.

He's married to a gorgeous blonde who played in the 1998 NCAA women's basketball championship game, and he has two pre-teens who hate doing dishes more than poison. He makes life possible for two boxers -- "Hank" Rearden Manning and "Tucker" Carlson Manning -- and a pitbull named Nikki Haley "Gracie" Manning.
Education
MPP from Harvard University, BA from Lyon College
Location
Phoenix, Arizona
Languages Spoken
English, tiny fragments of college French
Topics of Expertise
Writing, politics, Christianity, social media curation, higher education, firearms




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