Buttigieg websites on ‘Black America' plans used several stock photos of minorities, including Katrina victim
Added 11-18-19 04:29:01pm EST - “Pete Buttigieg's campaign has scrubbed a photo of a black woman and child from a section of his website devoted to the Democratic presidential candidate's plan to battle racial inequality. But Fox News has learned that the photo mix-up…” - Foxnews.com
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Democrats recognize that the radical 'sugar-rush' proposals of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders aren't electable, says former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu, former White House chief of staff to President George H.W. Bush.
Pete Buttigieg’s campaign has scrubbed a photo of a black woman and child from a section of his website devoted to the Democratic presidential candidate’s plan to battle racial inequality.
The problem – as first reported by The Intercept’s Ryan Grim – was that the image was a stock photo of a woman in Kenya who apparently has nothing to do with the campaign.
But Fox News has learned that the photo mix-up was far from an isolated case for the South Bend mayor’s campaign. Their website has in fact used several stock pictures of black individuals seemingly unaffiliated with the campaign, especially in promotion of “The Douglass Plan,” which is billed as an investment in the “Empowerment of Black America.”
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