If you’ve been anywhere online in the last few years, you’ve probably seen a meme that says something like “though she be but little, she is fierce.” If you’re like me, you’re probably sick of people saying it, but I’ve never seen anyone that it fit more that the President’s campaign manager, Kellyann Conway.
Conway has been blasted by liberals for everything from her hair to the way she’s supposedly betraying women by helping President Trump get elected. I thought feminism was all about letting women do what they wanted? Oh, apparently it’s about making sure women do what liberals want because Conway is the first woman to lead a presidential campaign to victory, but all the liberals want to do is talk smack about her.
Unfortunately for them, the highly successful and ever articulate Kellyann was in the mood to talk back when her candidate’s opponent said that she thought that she knew why President Trump won the election.
Spoiler alert: Hillary thinks it’s because of Comey; Conway thinks it’s because of Hillary.
Via Fox News:
Senior White House counselor Kellyanne Conway reacted to comments made Tuesday by Hillary Clinton that blamed FBI Director James Comey and Russian interference for aiding Republican rival Donald Trump’s ascension to the presidency.
Conway said in a Tweet to Clinton that ‘You Ignored WI, Called us deplorable/irredeemable, Had oodles of $$ & no message, Lost to a better candidate,’ signing it ‘From: Woman in the White House.’
You Ignored WI
Called us deplorable/irredeemable
Had oodles of $$ & no message
Lost to a better candidate
From: Woman in the White House https://t.co/bJQ0xbXwH3
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) May 3, 2017
In her comments earlier Tuesday, Clinton specifically cited the letter from Comey late in the campaign saying agents were looking into possible new information related to Clinton’s secret, homebrewed computer server. She was ultimately never charged with a crime, and Comey cleared Clinton on the Sunday before the election.
She also mentioned WikiLeaks, the antisecrecy website which some analysts believe to be connected to Russia and which posted the hacked emails of Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta.
‘I was on the way to winning until a combination of Jim Comey’s letter on October 28 and Russian WikiLeaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me but were scared off,’ Clinton said at the Women for Women International Conference.
She added: ‘If the election were on October 27, I’d be your president.'”
That’s a whole lot of hubris for a woman who was almost arrested for the things that kept her out of office. It seems to me that Clinton 2.0 should be thanking her lucky stars that she is in any house but the big house. Her actions while Secretary of State are still something that conservatives longingly wish that someone would arrest her for. Unfortunately, she seems to still have too many connections to make that dream a reality.
A lot of people thought that the White House was Hillary’s to lose. She basically had the support of her entire party (for some unknown reason) and there were freakish amounts of people who absolutely idolized her and yet she still she found a way to fudge it up.
I’m just going to go ahead and say the thing that no one will say; Hillary Clinton could learn a lot from Kellyann Conway. There’s a woman who is a hard worker, media and interview expert and someone who’s character is basically unassailable. Conway hasn’t looked for the fame that she’s received, she just kept her head down and did a fantastic job.
And for the record, many would say that the reason that Hillary lost the election was Kellyann Conway. Conway wasn’t Trump’s first campaign manager, but she sure was his last. As you can see in her tweet, she knows exactly what Hillary did wrong to lose the election. Clinton basically ignored the middle class. She catered to the upper class, ’cause those are her people. And she promised all sorts of wonderful things to the chronically unemployed and professional welfare collectors. But she pretty much shrugged off the middle class, and it reminded them of why they needed to go vote.
But I think the biggest thing to take away from this is the blessing that is her loss. She did lose, she isn’t in the White House, and at least that crisis is averted.
If there’s one thing I could say to Mrs. Clinton it would be to please remember this one thing: be sure your sins will find you out.
(Source: Fox News)
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