SNL turns Kellyanne Conway into Anna Nicole Smith – way to respect women, libs!

Saturday Night Live” reduced senior Donald Trump senior advisor Kellyanne Conway, the first woman who ran a successful presidential campaign, to the trademark depiction of the “dumb blonde.”

The flighty interview and slutty “attention whore” behavior made her out to be more like the late Anna Nicole Smith or Marilyn Monroe.

Clip via NBC Entertainment

The skit began as an interview with CNN anchor Jake Tapper on “The Lead.” Conway appeared totally spaced out, and ended up with breaking out into the song “Roxie (the Name on Everyone’s Lips)” from the hit broadway musical “Chicago.”

The tune included numerous lyric changes, replacing, for example, “Roxie” with “Conway.” She then asks “who says lying’s not an art.”

The theme throughout is that Conway has no interest in serving the country or President Trump — she’s in it for the fame and glory.

That Conway was reduced to a caricature “dumb blonde” goes against type for a left-leaning entertainment show. While the left screams “war on women” at every opportunity, it resorts to depicting conservative women as cheap molls.

This should come as no surprise. Saturday’s women’s march on Washington, D.C. in protest to the inauguration of Donald Trump expressly rejected pro-life supporters.

Lesson? If you don’t think the way we do you’re garbage. And so it is with their depiction of Conway.

Anna Nicole Smith she’s not — she’s the epitome of the smart, savvy, successful woman, something the left promotes but often falls short on execution.

“Saturday Night Live” writer Katie Rich went so far as to imply Friday that Trump’s 10-year-old son Barron was a mass murderer in the making, calling him our first “homeschooled shooter.”

The left was equally outrageous at its Women’s March on Washington Saturday.

Actress Ashley Judd recited a poem implying that Trump has wet dreams about his daughter.

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