Kellyanne Conway uses one comment to blast the left’s ‘fake news’ mantra to smithereens

Kellyanne Conway, senior aide to President-elect Donald Trump is not messing around.

Clip via Fox & Friends

Conway came out strong and blasted the growing ‘fake news’ mantra being used by the left to delegitimize Trump’s win. With one comment she summed up how their narrative is discredited from the get-go.

“The most fake piece of news I heard all along, up until Election Day — and I still hear from some people — is that Donald Trump couldn’t win,” Conway said on Fox News’s “Fox & Friends” Friday. “How’s that for fake news?”

This was in reaction to claims by both Hillary Clinton and news reporters such as MSNBC’s Brian Williams that fake news stories led to Trump’s November 8 victory at the polls.

“They just can’t grapple with the fact that — I don’t know what her message was to America other than, ‘I’m not Donald Trump and you shouldn’t vote for him,’” she said. “I don’t know what her message was to the working class voters we captured and the union households we carried in some places by two-to-one.”

And her message that women should vote for her, solely because she’s a woman fell flat also.

“I don’t know what her message was to America’s women, where she only got 55 or 56 percent of the vote as the first female presidential nominee of a major party.”

Clinton,who has gained a reputation for fabricating her own stories, even called on Congress to stop what she called the “epidemic of malicious fake news and false propaganda that flooded social media over the past year” because it is a “danger to the nation.”

Apparently the electorate believed she was the true “danger to the nation” and voted accordingly.

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