Friday, December 16, 2016

Kellyanne Conway Says She's Getting Death Threats

Something She Did Not Mind When it Happened to Others

But Still Deplorable - Should Not Be Happening to Her or Anyone

But She Only Cares About Herself - Not Anyone

It is sad to report that the Morticia of the Trump campaign, Kellyanne Conway is getting death threats.  That is wrong, it is very wrong, it is deplorable and sickening.

"Anytime I respond, anytime I defend myself against these ... allegations that are now leading to death threats ... I'm seen as ungracious," Conway said during an interview Thursday on MSNBC with Chris Matthews, referring, in part, to claims that the Trump campaign gave a platform to white nationalists. "Why are we sore winners? I'm not a sore winner. I'm a winner. My guy is a winner. He's the next president of the United States."

But not a sore winner?  Consider this.

Conway also slammed Jen Palmieri, who was communications director for Clinton's presidential campaign, for penning an op-ed in The Washington Post on Thursday in which she claimed the Trump campaign catered to white supremacists.
Palmieri wrote, "I don’t know whether the Trump campaign needed to give a platform to white supremacists to win. But the campaign clearly did, and it had the effect of empowering the white-nationalist movement."
So how did Morticia react, did she refute the accusation with logic, facts and rational thought?  No she just whined, which of course is the hallmark of her candidate's campaign.
The Washington Post also ran a piece written by editorial board member Jonathan Capeheart titled, "Yes, Kellyanne Conway, you did provide a platform for white supremacy."
When asked by MSNBC's Matthews if the back-and-forth accusations are "going to end," Conway cited the Post pieces, as well as the death threats.
"Ask Jen Palmieri that because she's writing an op-ed, somebody else in The Washington Post today has a scathing headline about me which is not true but did lead to some death threats today and that'll be on their doorstep."

Sorry Morticia, if the white robes fit, wear em.

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