Jay Carney and his wife, Claire Shipman, decorate their house with Russian propaganda.
The Washingtonian Mom published a propaganda-laced profile complete with staged photos of Claire Shipman, the wife of the President’s press secretary and comrade, Jay Carney. The magazine photographed their kitchen with his wife and children acting like mannequins and you can see Russian propaganda posters hung on the walls.
Jay Carney, a Russian and Eastern European Studies major, met Shipman in the 1990s, according to Business Insider. He worked at Time magazine’s Moscow bureau and she was with CNN.
“Soviet propaganda posters. They really are the perfect pop of color whether you are the dour and sincere Nikita Khrushchev or the cheeky press-wrangler for a president who is constantly accused of being a socialist himself.” ~ Michael Brendan Dougherty, This Week
The Carney Kitchen, are you surprised really?
This poster according to Business Insider encourages Russians to enlist in WWII.
This one, also WWII vintage, says, “Women! Learn production, replace workers who went to the front! The stronger the hinterland – the stronger the front!”
This might explain Carney’s ability to lie with ease.
The entire article is nauseatingly phony. The photos are even used to sell clothes. They have fun facts listed, like what’s on their bookstand, their favorite restaurant, their favorite way to spend Sunday morning – ugh! Who cares?
Mr. Obama has an appreciation of communist art features as well. Remember in 2009, when he had the brutal communist dictator Mao Zedong on a Christmas ball on the White House Christmas tree?
Remember Czarina Anita Dunn quoting one of her two favorite political philosophers to whom she turns to most-Mao Zedong? She obviously adores the man.
Getting back to Carney, what do you have hanging on your walls? I have Thomas Jefferson in the office because he wrote the Declaration of Independence, photos of Ireland by a Ukrainian artist, a photo of my 9-times great grandfather. I have NO communists. Granted I didn’t take Russian studies but it wouldn’t have mattered. You would never see Russian propaganda idolizing the Russian soldier and worker in my house. Would we see it decorating your kitchen?