Letter to Editor: Reserve a Special Place in Heck for Kellyanne Conway


Reserve a special place in Heck for Kellyanne Conway!

“I mis-spoke one word!” says the counselor to So-Called President Trump about the 2011 terrorist massacre in Bowling Green KY that, according to Ms. Conway, “didn’t get covered” anywhere in the media — mainstream, or alternative, or underground, or whatever, or the Kent County News, or the Chestertown Spy, or the Rock Hall Wave.

She now says she should have said ”terrorists” or “radical masterminds,” but not “massacre.”

But, hey! Don’t you admire the variety of Kellyanne’s views of our planet from hers?

And admit it, you were moved by that candlelight vigil for innocent massacre victims!

Gren Whitman
Rock Hall

Letters to Editor

  1. Dennis Leventhal says:

    As I watched that interview, the person sitting next to me said, “She gives witches a bad name.”

  2. James Reeves says:

    Perhaps the adjective is in front of the wrong noun. Trump is president. Conway may be a so-called counselor; however, her counsel put Mr Trump in the White House. Perhaps Hillary should have used Conway rather than Podesta.

    I am flabbergasted at the many ways HRC’s fans can find to pick at Trump and show their hate to the deplorables who supported him. And all of this vitriol from the group with “Love Trumps Hate” signs. Maybe they do love the hate.

    • Deirdre LaMotte says:

      You know why? Because she and her boss are liers. After that horrible campaign of spewing vile and now three disasterous weeks of lies , anyone who defends this group
      of total incompetents needs to get a reality check. Fast.

    • James Nick says:

      As they are wont to do, trump supporters love to take Hillary’s “deplorable” comment out of context. Hillary, of course, went on to immediately identify the deplorables: Racists, Sexists, Homophobes, Xenophobes, and Islamaphobes. All worthy of some level of disdain and contempt. If trump supporters want to own HRC’s “deplorable” label as a badge of honor, perhaps they should also own up to what their particular classification is.

      • Gren Whitman says:

        Many of “Trump’s deplorables” proudly flourish the “Stars & Bars” as their symbolic contribution to political discourse.
        Doing so suggests the waver either flunked junior high history or has made a conscious public decision to applaud our nation’s deplorable record of chattel slavery, Jim Crow segregation, lynchings and other racial violence, unconstitutional apartheid, white supremacy, and Southern treason.

  3. Fletcher R, Hall says:

    I usually do not make it a habit to reply to this type of uninformed drival.
    The three publications discussed to not stoop to publishing garbage.

  4. Gren Whitman says:

    And this from today’s (Monday, Feb. 6) Guardian:
    On Monday, it emerged that this was not an isolated incident: she [Conway] had used the word “massacre” twice before during interviews with reporters.
    On 29 January, speaking to Cosmopolitan.com, she was even more specific about the non-existent event: “[T]wo Iraqi nationals came to this country, joined ISIS, traveled back to the Middle East to get trained and refine their terrorism skills, and come back here, and were the masterminds behind the Bowling Green massacre of taking innocent soldiers’ lives away.”
    And on the same day, Conway was captured on video telling TMZ: “There were two Iraqis who came here, got radicalized, joined ISIS, and then were the masterminds behind the Bowling Green attack on our brave soldiers.”

    • Beryl Smith says:

      Well, you have to remember that she herself said that “alternate facts” are acceptable.

  5. Gerald maynes says:

    gee, So called President? This may come as a surprise to Ms Whitman but Mr. Trump was elected President Of The United States last November. ilIt seems by the same rules that applied to George Washington down to Obama were used on this election. So isn’t it time for you to get over your little snit and accept reality? if you can’t do that then seek help. He isn’t going away for The least four years and could be around for four more. Thats a long time to make one’s self miserable.

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