If there is one thing that we’ve learned about Kellyanne Conway in recent weeks, it is that she is not to be trifled with.
Conway, who liberals refuse to acknowledge as a bastion of women’s achievement after becoming the first female to successfully command a Presidential campaign to victory, has long been the punchline to many jokes about the Trump administration. Not only has Conway been lambasted by the mainstream media for her sometimes gruff, always pointed work ethic, the President’s campaign manager-turned-White House Counsel has been a frequent target of the once-funny Saturday Night Live.
Her glass ceiling-shattering performance on the campaign trail should have been a cause for celebration among all Americans, however, the political left decided instead to attack Conway for the simple fact that she was working with Donald Trump.
Now, even after transitioning to the White House after a successful general election, Conway is still dealing with the blatant sexism of the New Fascist liberals, as evidence by a recent interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper.
Cooper, who vehemently opposes Kellyanne Conway on political principal alone, was caught begrudgingly rolling his eyes during one of Conway’s answers during an interview between the two. This blatant degradation was not lost on Conway, however, who then took to Fox and Friends to defend herself against Cooper’s sexist action.
“On Thursday Kellyanne Conway went on FOX and Friends to discuss Comey’s firing — again.
“Conway accused Anderson Cooper of sexism for his offensive actions.
“‘Kellyanne Conway: Let’s put this in context. He had me sit through a bunch of tapes showing then candidate Trump commending Jim Comey about Hillary Clinton’s emails, talking about him, etc. The fact is that they showed all these clips and they showed candidate Trump in Grand Rapids, Michigan. And I said thanks for the trip down memory lane and talked about winning Michigan. And then he rolled his eyes. And let me tell you something. Hillary Clinton is in search of sexism as a lame excuse for why her disastrous candidacy and campaign lost six months ago. I face sexism a lot of times when I show up for interviews like that.'”
Cooper’s completely nonchalance about the situation is extremely telling. The left has often talked a big game as it pertains to equality, but it seems more often than not that they are only truly concerned with the concept when it comes to their people.
This elitist, segregationist nonsense was once considered trivial; just another quirk of the lunatic left. Unfortunately, the work the left has done to indoctrinate malleable millennial minds into their ranks has had the effect of radicalizing many of their young, politically novice supporters. This is precisely where the New Fascism movement has been allowed to flourish.
It seems that now, more than ever before, liberals are using selective outrage to hammer home their discriminatory leanings.