Here’s a rundown of tolerant Hollywood celebs who launched petty, ugly attacks at GOP women speakers

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Liberals showed their true colors again as Hollywood celebrities unleashed petty and ugly attacks against women speaking in support of President Donald Trump.

Several Hollywood stars were apparently triggered by the powerful speeches from conservative women during the third night of the Republican National Convention, taking to social media to bash them for daring to support Trump.

The left-wing celebrities targeted speakers who highlighted the night’s focus on American women and women in the nation’s history, including Susan B. Anthony and the suffragettes.

White House special counselor Kellyanne Conway was insulted as a “cult member” by so-called comedian Rosie O’Donnell.

Actress Joely Fisher joined in the attacks on Conway, who just announced this week that she will be leaving her post at the White House later this month.

In her RNC speech, Conway said Trump “picks the toughest fights and tackles the most complex problems. He has stood by me, and he will stand up for you.”

Perpetually offended Alyssa Milano, who couldn’t hold a candle to the first woman to have run a successful presidential campaign, also fired a vulgar shot.

Milano leveled another insult at Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law.

“Though I had no political experience, he believed in me. He knew I was capable even if I didn’t,” Lara Trump, who is married to the president’s son, Eric, said during her remarks Wednesday. “Gender didn’t matter, what mattered was the ability to get the job done.”

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany was also targeted by the Hollywood elites, who attacked her after her moving and deeply personal speech in which she shared that she had opted to get a preventive double mastectomy in 2018.

“I was scared. The night before I fought back tears, as I prepared to lose a piece of myself,” she said. “But the next day, with my mom, dad, husband, and Jesus Christ by my side, I underwent a mastectomy, almost eliminating my chance of breast cancer — a decision I now celebrate.”

Again, Fisher had to weigh in with a smug comeback.

Kathy Griffin bashed both McEnany and Conway.

Griffin ignited social media with a vulgar attack on first lady Melania Trump after her highly-praised speech the previous night.

Other jabs were leveled at second lady Karen Pence.

 

Sen. Marsha Blackburn was insulted by film executive and founder of The Black List, Franklin Leonard, who mentioned her father.

And in typical leftist fashion, even Sister Deirdre Byrne was not off-limits.

Mia Farrow bashed Trump-supporting women as “Barbies” in a since-deleted tweet while also saying they all look alike.

Previously, the Hilaria and Alec Baldwin Foundation’s Twitter account tweeted several disgruntled remarks about Tuesday’s female speakers, calling out former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi “Election Stealing Barbi” and criticizing the late Rev. Billy Graham’s granddaughter, Cissie Graham Lynch.

The progressives attacks on the smart and classy conservative women only seemed to backfire.

 

Frieda Powers

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