By
G. McConway
|
November 23, 2022

Biden Family Gave Vogue Exclusive Access to Wedding

A wedding at the White House…

It is a big deal.

In the history of our country, it has only happened 19 times.

Yet, the media was told it was a private function, and there would be no media allowed, only that was a lie.

We Want the Cover

As it turns out, the Bidens gave Vogue an exclusive so Jill and Naomi could get the cover of Vogue.

If that is what they had planned, why not just be honest about it from the get-go rather than playing it off as a completely private event?

I just do not understand the need to lie about it being covered by the media.

The White House Correspondence Association literally begged the administration to let them send a small contingent, but they maintained that the family wanted to keep the wedding off the grid.

The entire press corps was deflated, and understandably so.

They wanted to be able to cover rare history in the making, and they were denied.

As noted above, there have only been 19 weddings at the White House, including Naomi Biden's wedding.

The last wedding of a member of a sitting president was during the Nixon administration, almost 70 years ago.

To some, this may seem silly, but to a lot of people in this country, they would have loved to have seen more coverage of the event, even if they despised Joe Biden.

From the pictures I saw, the wedding looked spectacular and Naomi was beautiful, but no coverage because the Bidens wanted to keep it for the cover.

Once again, they lied, and they are being selfish.

They broke custom and they used our house as a catering hall and would not even give us a peek inside.

They laugh at us… that is what they do every single day, they just laugh at us and think us fools.

Source: Breitbart

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