Kellyanne Conway Says You’d Be Super Excited If She Were “Shot And Killed” On Saturday

Outward appearances suggest Kellyanne Conway died years ago.


And by her own admission, her soul perished sometime during the middle of the Trump campaign. Recall this:

This is a woman, by the way, who came on our show during the campaign and would shill for Trump in extensive fashion, and then she would get off the air, the camera would be turned off, the microphone would be taken off, and she would say, ‘Blech. I need to take a shower. Because she disliked her candidate so much.

Further, there’s an argument to be made that most of what comes out her shriveled lips could only emanate from a brain that has long since ceased to function.

Still, there’s a decrepit husk wandering around out there calling itself Kellyanne and because it walks and talks, I guess we have to assume it’s to a certain extent animated.

If it is in fact alive, that would suggest it can die, although again, there’s considerable debate about how many times this thing has already been killed.

Well, Trump’s ghoulish propaganda minister showed up on Fox & Friends Friday morning and speculated on what the social media reaction would be if she were murdered.

No, really. Here’s the clip (time stamp is 0:30):

Fox was super excited about this rather macabre prediction and so they immortalized it in a separate tweet:

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8 thoughts on “Kellyanne Conway Says You’d Be Super Excited If She Were “Shot And Killed” On Saturday

    1. well i think the point is this: “no, Kellyanne, no one wants to see you shot and killed and only a terrible person would celebrate.”

      in other words: just by saying that, she’s conveying a message about Americans that just isn’t true.

  1. But she’s also hijacking a tragedy herself – linking the event to the criticism of Trump that she feels somehow people should have know to desist in anticipation of the shooting that was about to happen?? Er no – it’s actually every citizen’s right, if not obligation, to voice their opposition to unconstitutional acts by the temporary squatter occupying 1600 Penn Ave.
    And the absurdity of that is probably designed to disguise how ludicrous it is that she’s trying to accuse Trump’s opponents of being the ones who introduced divisive, inflammatory rhetoric into this equation.
    There are sadly people in life who are less attractive on the inside than they are on the surface; Kellyanne isn’t unique in her membership of that club. But few of those people are as scary on the outside as Ms. Conway is.

  2. I have to look at her statement as an unexpected, but rather limited capability to see the reality of the political divide. “half celebrating” is probably an exaggeration of the definition of “celebrate” and more realistically stated as relief. As well, it is numerically understated as “half” (far more) based on Trump approval ratings as of late.

    People just want to be rid of the absurd incompetence and corrupt nature of the Trump experience, which she is apparently a part of – considering her off camera/mike statements. It indeed seems to come out of her discomfort and at-odds of working for all that is unprofessional, negative and inept about Trump. Most sane people would feel the need for shower – if not a pressure washing.


    from Media Matters 8/19/2016: (there are media videos available if you read some of this online)

    Donald Trump’s new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, spent the primary season as a cable news pundit attacking Trump for his “unpresidential” and “vulgar” language, for having “built a lot of his business on the backs of the little guy,” and for not releasing his tax returns. Conway’s previous lines of criticism are similar to charges the Clinton campaign has levied to admonish the Republican candidate.

    “Conway Has Previously Attacked Donald Trump For “Untrue” And “Unpresidential” Comments”

    Conway: Trump “Says He’s For The Little Guy But He’s Actually Built A Lot Of His Businesses On The Backs Of The Little Guy.” Conway stated that Trump had “actually built a lot of his business on the backs of the little guy” and has a history of “not paying contractors after [they have helped him] build something,” adding that “the little guys have suffered” because of Trump. From the February 10 edition of CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello:

    KELLYANNE CONWAY: Before the victims of his elevated kind of talk, they were unions and they were Democrats, and they were people who were living off the system. But then it looked like it was commuters and everyday people. And I think that’s actually something that could hurt Trump in South Carolina and beyond if people start to see that he’s not — he says he’s for the little guy, but he’s actually built a lot of his businesses on the backs of the little guy and he’s a lot of little guys through eminent domain, or through not paying contractors after you’ve built something. The little guys have suffered. [CNN, CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello, 2/10/16]

    Conway: Trump Victims Include “Victims Of Trump University, Victims Of Trump In Atlantic City.” Conway praised anti-Trump messaging, saying it’s that “gotten better” because people are “starting to talk about victims of Trump University, victims of Trump in Atlantic City.” Conway also continued highlighting Trump’s hypocrisy in claiming that he is “for the little guy,” when really he has built his business “on the backs of the little guy.” From the March 8 edition of CNN’s At This Hour:

    KELLYANNE CONWAY: For Trump, the debates are fraught with peril. Because now the question is going to be about these Trump victims. The reason the messaging has gotten better since Alex’s barnburner of an article two weeks ago is they’re starting to talk about victims of Trump University, victims of Trump in Atlantic City. Before that it was his conservative apostasies, now it’s actually you’re for the little guy but you’ve built your business on the backs of the little guy. [CNN, At This Hour, 3/8/16]

    Conway: “I Would Like To See” Trump’s Tax Returns “Be Transparent.” Conway criticized Trump’s failure to release his tax returns, saying, “I would like to see those be transparent.” She also castigated Trump’s “unpresidential” rhetoric, referencing the time when he “insulted [his opponents] as ‘lying Ted’ and John Kasich ‘who eats like this slob.’” From the April 25 edition of CNN Tonight with Don Lemon:

    DON LEMON (HOST): So, I want to ask you about this alliance between, you first, Kellyanne, between John Kasich and Ted Cruz, this alliance, shall we say, that Donald Trump is calling collusion, is this fair game?
    KELLYANNE CONWAY: Of course it’s fair game.
    LEMON: Are they playing by the rules here?
    CONWAY: Oh, absolutely. It’s completely transparent. Donald Trump’s tax returns aren’t, I would like to see those be transparent…..And I think instead of worrying about them and insulting them as ‘lying Ted’ and John Kasich ‘who eats like this slob’ and everything else that was said today, which is fairly unpresidential, I think he should just ignore them. I mean if he wasn’t worried about them, why not just ignore these two people he thinks aren’t actual competitors? I actually think they got under his skin today. [CNN, CNN Tonight, 4/25/16]

    Conway Condemned Trump For “Hurl[ing] Personal Insults” And Using “Vulgar” Language That Was “Unfortunate For Children.” Conway reprimanded Trump for using “the p-word” at a rally, language she characterized as “unfortunate for children,” and claimed that voters “will think thrice now when they go into the ballot box.” From the February 9 edition of CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello:

    Conway: Trump “Can Whine And Complain” By Saying “The System Is Rigged,” But “There’s No Place In Politics For Accusing Folks Of Using Gestapo Tactics.” Conway mocked Trump’s complaints after he lost the Colorado primary that “the system is rigged, the system is corrupt,” sayng, “You can whine and complain all you want,” but “you didn’t know the rules.” She also attacked the Trump campaign’s claim that Colorado winner Sen. Ted Cruz used “Gestapo tactics,” saying “there’s no place in politics” for those comments. Conway also denounced Trump ally Roger Stone for attempting to intimidate delegates, saying Trump should tell him “to cut the crap.” From the April 13 edition of CNN Tonight with Don Lemon:

    Conway: Trump’s “False” Accusations About The Cruz Campaign Show “The Danger Of Just Saying Things That Aren’t True.” Conway rebuked Trump for lobbing “personal insults at somebody’s wife” as well as for his accusations that Cruz was “committing a felony and breaking a law,” adding that such a comment reveals “the danger of just saying things that aren’t true.” From the April 6 edition of CNN’s Erin Burnett Outfront:

    Conway: Unlike Trump, “Pro-Life Candidates” “Don’t Need Four Or Five Times To Get It Right.” Conway disavowed Trump’s suggestion that there should be some form of punishment for women who have abortions, arguing that he had “upended” decades of work by pro-lifers, and she implied that real pro-life candidates “would have gotten [the question] right the first time.” She also criticized Trump’s “free earned media coverage” and said, “If you live by the media questions, sometimes you have to die by the media questions.” From the March 30 edition of CNN Tonight with Don Lemon

    Conway also maxed out her campaign donations to Cruz, having donated $5,400 to his presidential bid. Her husband did the same, according to Law Newz.

    There was the infamous day when Jake Tapper (CNN) stopped her cold, reminding her of when she worked for Cruz and denounced Trump for “whining about rigged elections”

    Maybe the worse memory of Kellyanne was long before she worked for trump, she worked for “anti-Muslim anti-Immigrant Extremists and helped spread some really ugly memes while doing so”

    So, you see, self-righteous Kellyanne can be bought. Someone pays her for her words.

    – Murphy

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