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Today Breitbart editor John Carney felt attacked because the Statue of Liberty appeared in one of four cover photos for this month’s Vogue anniversary edition featuring actress Jennifer Lawrence. Here’s the cover, and Carney’s traumatized response:

In a later tweet, Carney implied that Vogue used the image as part of a partisan plot with CNN reporter Jim Acosta to celebrate immigration, or something, but Vogue Director of Communications Zara Rahim noted the cover photos were shot in June while lots of Twitter users noted the irony of Carney treating a photo of the Statue of Liberty as microaggression. Are white male conservatives the whiniest snowflakes ever?

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