Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway has always managed to weasel-word Donald Trump away from taking responsibility for his own despicable actions. With people like her around him, POTUS never has to be accountable for his own horrendous recklessness. Her hocus pocus attempt will not save the man currently sitting in the Oval Office this time, and here is why.
For the past three years, since Trump began to campaign, hate groups have increased dramatically. Most of the 900 groups are neo-Nazi, white Nationalist, and anti-black groups. This certainly is not the time to gin them up during rallies, but the president has done exactly that.
Yet, Conway still tried to change the nation’s reality, to pull people into a world where “the truth is not the truth.” Journalist at Think Progress, Aaron Rupar, retweeted her tweet where she said:
‘The anti-religiosity in this country that is somehow in vogue… making fun of people who express religion, the late night comedians,.. It’s always anti-religious.’
After that, Rupar summed it up beautifully in his response:
‘Conway tries to frame Pittsburgh shooting as really being about “anti-religiosity” writ large.’
Conway tries to frame Pittsburgh shooting as really being about “anti-religiosity” writ large.
“The anti-religiosity in this country that is somehow in vogue… making fun of people who express religion, the late night comedians,.. It’s always anti-religious.” pic.twitter.com/yw6ZvY1CIQ
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 29, 2018
The president has been holding two rallies a day prior to the 2018 midterm elections. Watch as he feeds on the energy of his followers’ adoration. Then, Trump ramps them up to an even higher level using racist words.
Conway may think she can deflect the country’s voters from her boss’s gross dereliction of duty in a time of national tragedy, one that he contributed to, but she would be wrong. Early voters have been flooding the voting locations. For many of them, Trump has hit the wall of no return.
Twitter world went crazy. Here are some of our favorite tweets below:
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