Political consultant and pollster Kellyanne Conway joined Sean Hannity on Fox News’ “Hannity” Wednesday night, criticizing the job performance of President Joe Biden and, in particular, his “marketing campaign” for the COVID vaccine.
Hannity opened his show railing against Biden and saying, “There is not a single thing that you can point to as even a remote success.”
“It’s a big hot mess,” Conway agreed.
“And policies have consequences,” the former counselor to President Donald Trump continued. “This is a president who on day one killed the energy pipeline here in the country, then he had some Russian energy collusion with Putin to make sure he approved the Nord Stream 2 there, and these have consequences.”
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She told Hannity that people are now “feeling Biden economics at the gas pump and in the grocery cart,” adding, “The winter of discontent is coming. They project that our home heating costs will rise as much as 54 percent.”
She went on to explain that under Trump the country had energy independence, and one of the many benefits attached to that kind of independence is the creation of more jobs.
“He unraveled the Trump policy out of spite,” Conway added.
Biden has been roundly denounced for having put an end to most of Trump’s policies, seemingly for no other reason than spite, and yet blaming Trump for his own deadly strategy in the Afghanistan surrender, while at the same time not sticking with Trump’s withdrawal plans.
Conway contrasted the Trump policy on vaccines against the Biden regime’s failure in messaging.
With the vaccines, President Trump’s administration under Operation Warp Speed, we handed over three approved vaccines to Biden/Harris. All they had to do was run a marketing campaign. It’s all they had to do. We did the science part. They were approved and ready to go. 13 million Americans received the vaccine while Donald Trump was still in the White House, including none other than Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Trump has been a proponent of the vaccine as well as the many treatments available for the COVID-19 virus but has never been in support of any mandates for it. With increasing skepticism over the efficacy of the vaccines, he recently drew a few boos from the crowd at a rally for even mentioning it.
Conway defended the former president when in April some aides of Trump had reportedly been frustrated that he wasn’t pushing the vaccine more, having taken it himself.
“President Trump has been a consistent leader and an important voice — and has advocated for the production, development, and use of the vaccine early and often, including him taking it and instructing other people to also get the vaccine,” she said.
“So [Biden’s] hit a wall,” Conway continued Wednesday night. “People now say that he doesn’t care about people, he doesn’t have the will to lead… They don’t see him as a competent commander-in-chief and they don’t see him as a sensible domestic steward.”
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