Pam Keith, a verified Democrat on Twitter, who ran for Congress in Florida and lost, decided it was a good idea to post a photo of herself next to Kellyanne Conway, on Conway’s birthday, no less, comparing their faces, mocking the older woman for not being as young-looking as herself. It did not go as planned.
This inspired her oh-so-feminist followers (who only care about uplifting women) to post photos of themselves, saying things like “You’re doing something wrong, Kellyanne,” and “I guess not selling one’s soul to the devil is actually good for the skin.” Several catty hags piled on to insult and mock the looks of the 53-year-old mom—because orange man bad—calling Conway a “hot mess,” among other things. Amanda Prestigiacomo at the Daily Wire compiled a few.
Gosh, I love feminists. pic.twitter.com/8yPfGgveei
— Amanda (@AmandaPresto) January 21, 2020
But the cackling didn’t last long when normal people started pointing out the meanness and hypocrisy on display. And, by the way, Pam, we see your eyeliner. Blaire White, transgender conservative YouTuber commented, “We can literally SEE your makeup, full eyeliner and likely foundation. Trying to come for her looks is low.”
Other’s pointed out that if you back up a bit, the comparisons could change rather quickly.
The plea for attention and compliments by grown women was really the grossest part. “That whole thread turned into every teenager’s nightmare: their 50+ parents posting selfies and asking for compliments.” It was painful.
That whole thread turned into every teenagers nightmare: their 50+ parents posting selfies and asking for compliments.
— DaSilva (@RomanticNat) January 21, 2020
And look who liked the mean-girl tweet. None other than smug Alyssa Milano, who pretends to care about women.
The true face of feminism is what’s ugly and that was on full display yesterday until Keith figured out she’d made a mistake by ripping the mask off a movement that is not for women at all, but deeply partisan and only pro-Democrat. Keith removed the tweet sometime during the night, but it was too late to stop it from spreading. Screenshots are forever.
Megan Fox is the author of “Believe Evidence; The Death of Due Process from Salome to #MeToo,” and host of The Fringe podcast. Follow on Twitter @MeganFoxWriter