Allison Kaden, a Pix11 reporter, who reports on news in New York City, posted a photo of a mannequin in Bloomingdales wearing a vintage “fake news” t-shirt and immediately became triggered.

Kaden admonished Bloomingdales in her tweet (and YES, the top-notch reporter misspelled “communities”).

Hey , this isn’t funny or fashionable. It further delegitimizes hard working journalists who bring REAL news to their communties.

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Ironically, the liberal reporter who was so offended by the “fake news” t-shirt makes it a habit of retweeting anti-Trump rhetoric over his refusal to buy into the fake man-made global warming scam.

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Kaden got destroyed for her tweet. This Twitter user posted an image of the fake news t-shirt photo with #VeryFakeNewsCNN Jim Acosta’s face pasted over the mannequin’s face.

Several reporters from non-mainstream media sources let Kaden know what they thought of her “delicate sensibilities.”

Washington Times writer Jessica Chasmar tells Allison Kaden: it’s your responsibility as a journalist to support free speech — even the kind that offends your delicate sensibilities. your tactics are shameful.

Warner Todd Huston of Breitbart News tweeted a reminder about who is actually publishing the fake news: What really isn’t funny is the fake news Allison Kaden and her demented, left-wing ilk perpetrate on a daily basis.

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