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I do not see what he big deal is. It acurately shows who the female House Members are. There is nothing dishonest about the information it gives.
I think it an exciting moment and glad they could document it.
For a journalist, altering a photo is unethical and a no-no. It is a journalist's job to show what is. However Pelosi and staff are not journalists... They are politicians. Many politicians have presented an altered reality in a much worse way. This is harmless and a non-story.
There is no controversy here. We've all looked at enough photoshopped images in our lifetime to be over it.
Three take-aways a)non-story because taking a picture is not that big of a story b)another sign that policiticians can't something done on time and c) if Ms. Nancy wants historical reference how about inviting women from both parties. Maybe a person from an ethnic group or two.
Of she sees nothing wrong with it,she's been deceiving all her life!
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