On Tuesday, President Trump abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey.
Ever since his dismissal, the left has been up in arms, claiming that Trump’s decision was designed as a massive cover-up over something, though no one has said what they’re allegedly covering up.
Others in the liberal media have speculated that President Trump fired Comey as a way of ending the Russia investigation, even though the White House confirmed that no investigation will end as a result of the FBI Director’s dismissal, and Comey stated that President Trump was not under investigation.
After Comey was fired, White House aide Kellyanne Conway appeared on CNN Tuesday night to discuss the incident, and was treated with outright disrespect from anchor Anderson Cooper.
Cooper tried to catch Conway in a gotcha moment by playing a clip of then-candidate Trump praising Comey’s comments about the Hillary Clinton email investigation, but Conway was having none of it:
You are conflating two things that don’t belong together. Thanks for the trip down memory lane. I was on your show often last fall, saying we were going to win Michigan and how we were going to do it.
After Conway’s powerful response, Cooper disgustingly rolled his eyes at the Trump aide, which can be seen in the video below (notice CNN’s obviously partisan stance in attacking Conway):
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Then, during an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday morning, Ms. Conway pulled a page out of the Democrat playbook, and called Cooper’s actions sexist. This is hilarious:
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Conway also pointed out that unlike Ms. Clinton, who claims she lost the election as a result of sexism, the Trump aide experiences sexism all the time:
Let me tell you something. Hillary Clinton is in search of sexism as a lame excuse for why her disastrous candidacy and campaign lost six months ago.
“I face sexism a lot of times when I show up for interviews like that. Can you imagine rolling your eyes. Having a male anchor on a network roll eyes at Hillary Clinton, a female representative spokeswoman for President Obama or President Bill Clinton. I think not.
If Kellyanne Conway had been the campaign manager for a Democrat you can bet a liberal journalist would never roll their eyes at her. However, Ms. Conway is a Republican and is not given the same courtesy as women of the opposite party.
Conway had every right to call out Cooper. Conservatives seem to be learning from President Trump’s lead: conservatives will never please the liberal media. They will always be attacked. The only recourse is to fight back and use their tactics against them.
Certainly Kellyanne is no stranger to this truth, and she’s fighting back!
Do you agree with Kellyanne Conway? Was Anderson Cooper being sexist when he rolled his eyes at her? Share your thoughts below!