Kellyanne Conway should be celebrated as a feminist icon. The South Jersey product was raised by a single mom and her aunts. She went on to become the first woman to get a president elected, while raising four small children. She could be said to have it all.
But liberals hate her. They view her as some sort of traitor to her sex, and since she’s stepped into her role as a top White House advisor, she’s been threatened.
Is she scared? Not in the least bit. In her interview with Judge Jeanine Pirro, Conway had a message for the lunatic liberals who would try and silence her:
“Well, there have been threats to me and my family,” she said. “It turns out that there are people who have a problem with women in power, and many of them are women, unfortunately.”
Earlier in the week, Conway appeared on NBC’s “Meet The Press” to defend the inauguration audience and said the Trump White House was using “alternative facts” to back up its figures. To her credit, Press Secretary Sean Spicer gave a presser the very next day and noted some of those alternatives — cable and internet viewership — but the damage was already done. “Alternative facts” trended on Twitter. Memes flew around. A tidal wave of online commentary began.
“I just want them to know, you’re wasting your breath. Because there’s no way anyone is going to redefine or unravel me in 140 characters or less. Why do women feel better about themselves by putting someone down?”