Kellyanne Conway to Meryl Streep: Where Were You on the Chicago Hate Crime?

Kellyanne Conway to Meryl Streep Where Were You on the Chicago Hate Crime

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway came out swinging Monday morning against Hollywood actress Meryl Streep, who had used her platform during Sunday’s 74th annual Golden Globes to condemn President-elect Donald Trump for having allegedly mocked a disabled reporter.

“I’m glad Meryl Streep has such a passion for the disabled because I didn’t hear her … use her platform last night … to give a shout-out to the mentally challenged boy who last week was tortured live on Facebook for half an hour,” she said on Fox News.

In fact, nobody at the Golden Globes mentioned the hideous crime that occurred last week in Chicago, where four black racists kidnapped and then tortured the aforementioned young man while yelling anti-white and anti-Trump expletives at him.

So, I’d like to hear from her today if she wants to come and continue her platform on behalf of the disabled,” Conway added.

The chances that a Hollywood hypocrite like Streep would actually take Conway up on her offer and take a public stand on behalf of the disabled victim in Chicago were slimmer than a peeled onion.

It was also unlikely that Streep or any of her adorers in the liberal mainstream media, who rushed to celebrate her for her attack on Trump, would ever issue an apology over the spurious and likely false allegation that Trump had once mimicked disabled New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski by wildly flailing his arms.

An investigation last year by the pro-Trump, Catholic website Catholics 4 Trump uncovered four videos showing Trump impersonating a litany of individuals, including former GOP primary opponent Sen. Ted Cruz, with the same mannerisms:

“And Donald Trump is absolutely right,” Conway continued. “He has debunked (the disabled reporter allegation) so many times. (Streep) sounds like 2014. The election is over. She lost.”

“They lost, and I really wish (Meryl Streep) would have stood up last night and said, ‘I didn’t like the election results but he is our president and we’re going to support him,’” she concluded.

But, like Streep, few Hollywood elites (with the notable exception of Bryan Cranston) are likely ever do any such thing because their immense egos — equivalent in size to the ego of President Barack Obama — will not permit them to admit that they were wrong.

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