White House counselor Kellyanne Conway was in rare form Tuesday, the eve of a dark chapter in American history when Democrats are expected to push through via a strict party-line vote articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
In speaking with reporters, Conway dropped a few gems in the form of one-liners.
The one likely to draw the most ire on the left was a reference to God, coming after a sneeze was heard.
“God bless you,” Conway said. “We say God in the briefing room.”
Another quip was in regard to the partisan attempt to unseat her boss via two articles of impeachment that stop short of charging Trump with a crime.
“I haven’t heard anyone in here speak Latin in a while,” Conway told the reporters.
“Where did that all go?” she added, asking reporters “is there ever any shame, do you ever wake up with a little bit of trepidation, let alone regret?”
This being a reference to early claims of quid pro quo by Democrats that failed to pan out amid the evidence, prompting Pelosi and her co-conspirators to pivot to “bribery,” which had an even shorter shelf life.
The president’s enemies would settle on a vague claim of election interference in the end.
Speaking on impeachment, Conway said that Democrats have been trying to impeach Trump since before he was elected.
“When haters are hellbent on doing something, they find a way to do it,” she told the press. “The question is at what cost to them? The polls are going in the direction of the president.”
There was little reporting on Conway’s remarks on Tuesday — the anti-Trump cabal has the process of denying the president earned media down pat at this point.
Instead, as is becoming a common occurrence, the media is eager to exploit the antics of her Trump-hating husband to overshadow her message.
Mr. Kellyanne Conway, aka George, joined forces with a group of rabid Trump haters, with the alleged Republicans announcing the launch of the “Lincoln Project” aimed at defeating President Trump.
“Over these next 11 months, our efforts will be dedicated to defeating President Trump and Trumpism at the ballot box and to elect those patriots who will hold the line,” the gang of four said in an op-ed eagerly published Tuesday by the New York Times.
In addition to Conway, the anti-Trump quartet includes Steve Schmidt, John Weaver and
Conway’s press appearance can be seen in its entirety below:
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