Aperture was the one I cared about, yeah.
Liz Cheney and Ann Romney have supported their husbands but they themselves are not in politics.
Liz Cheney's husband is a partner at the law firm of Latham & Watkins. He used to be GC for DHS but he's not particularly political. Liz Cheney's father, on the other hand, is the former VPOTUS...
Regardless, I agree with your overall point. Taking swipes at people's looks, whether they're in politics or not, is beyond immature. It has no place in grown-up conversation, and certainly not in politics.
If anything, your strong and borderline exclusive association of the (presumably, from your phrasing) morally-laudable characteristic of "diversity" with having the ability/means to live in one of the most expensive cities in the world is pretty damned elitist, I'd say.
... white people are racist
how dare you say white people are racist!
Indeed! This is quite possibly, without exaggeration, the single most cruel and inhumane thing you can do to another person. Accusing another person of racism is so low that, I daresay, it ought to be considered a hate crime! I know I certainly won't stand for being accused of racism. I am a white human being with dignity, and I deserve better than that!
Oh, well then if you're gay and you say so, it MUST be okay!
Just like women can't be guilty of sexism and black people never internalize racism.