WHOA! Kellyanne Conway Took Down The Emmy Awards in Less Than 2 Minutes [Video]

This year’s Emmy Awards show will go down in history as the most politically polarized in history. It is not enough that this group of multi-million dollar elites has to talk down to us unwashed masses, but they never come out of their Hollywood bubble to do it. This group of sanctimonious and self-righteous egotists feels that we really care about what they think. We can think for ourselves, thank you, and do not appreciate the disrespect shown to the Office of the President of the United States of America. That said, you will note that their audience was and is a part of the Hollywood bubble, laughing and clapping on cue as each joke rolled off of their tongues. It was all led by the show’s host, Steven Colbert. President Donald’s Trump’s trusted aide, Kellyanne Conway appeared on FOX News and in this video you can see and hear her reaction to the whole Emmy Award attack on the President. She takes them out as only Kellyanne is capable of doing. Watch this.


As Written By Amber Athey for the Daily Caller:

Kellyanne Conway went after the Emmys for relishing in their anti-Trump bias on “Fox & Friends” Monday morning.

Conway was asked what she thought of the Emmys the night prior, where actors thanked Hillary Clinton in their acceptance speeches and bashed Trump nearly every chance they got, and she accused Hollywood of having a “culture of sameness.”.

“It did feel [like a political rally],” Conway said with a smirk. “They got plucked and polished and waxed and some of them didn’t eat for two months and all for what–to sound the same?”

“It’s between the Emmys, the Miss America pageant was very politicized, our sports are politicized…….

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