While the #MeToo latest-wave feminists pretend that President Trump is a woman-hater and “ist” of some sort, in the real world, his real-life, well-paid, counselor to the president of the United States of America, Kellyanne Conway (she’s a girl), is getting bit*h-slapped by her own husband and his Trump Derangement Syndrome-afflicted friends on social media.
And apparently people are just loving it.
Conway’s husband, attorney George Conway, has made a cottage industry of indirectly selling out his wife on a near-daily basis on TV and social media, in an attempt to undermine her boss, the president.
George’s latest offering, however, is out of the ordinary. This time George went beyond name-checking his wife’s boss and attacking his positions. This time he went after his own wife.
Your boss apparently thought so. https://t.co/yje099pkPU
— George Conway (@gtconway3d) December 2, 2019
It didn’t go unnoticed in the Twitterverse. I mean, when Bravo TV’s Andy Cohen notices that “the call is coming from inside the house,” you know it’s not a good thing, George:
The call is coming from inside the house
— Andy Cohen (@Andy) December 2, 2019
Does George get the idea that “dunking on your wife” is a very bad idea?
Punk move, George. Don’t dunk on your wife.
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) December 2, 2019
Good gawd, Lauren Conrad made an appearance, George:
— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) December 2, 2019
A “school safety” officer is telling Kellyanne to dump you, George:
However, this Time magazine opinion contributor believes George is speaking truth to power:
Your kids will be proud of you when they’re older for standing up against this President, George.
— Christopher J. Hale (@chrisjollyhale) December 2, 2019
Ideas which are quickly shot down:
And with that, you’ve implied they’ll be ashamed of their mother.
Leftists are such assholes.
— Add your name (@corrcomm) December 3, 2019
And a Trump rapid-response member has this white-hot take:
Kellyanne is a counselor to the most powerful man in the world & the first woman to run a winning presidential campaign.
She's successful & an excellent role model to women who want to work in politics.
The only reason people give you the time of day is bc you're her husband.
— Abigail Marone (Text WOKE to 88022) (@abigailmarone) December 2, 2019
You get the picture.
Women through the ages have protected their mates’ reputations and virtue against all odds, come what may.
Now, when the feminist shoe is on the other foot, George Conway has stepped into a big, squishy political cow paddy rather than back his wife.
Thing is, Kellyanne has demonstrated that she is more than up to the task of pulling herself and her family out of the muck. The question is, is George worth it?