Kellyanne Conway is back, guys! Whoohoo! It seems like ages since we have had insults lobbed at us from Trump’s former campaign manager and boy, have we sure missed them. Luckily for us, she managed to crawl out of the dungeon Trump has been hiding her in and make her way onto a television show this morning where she was back to her same nonsense.

On Sunday morning, Conway stopped by Fox & Friends to whine about Democrats who are calling out Republicans for trying to kill us with the Trumpcare bill and insult poor people. Host Clayton Morris told the her “a lot of the folks on the left” are saying the GOP healthcare cill “is now going to kill people” (It is. See more below). Conway responded, saying:

Look, it’s easier to jeer from the cheap seats than come up with a message of your own and be honest about the facts.

“Cheap seats,” are those nosebleed seats at a concert people have to buy because they cannot afford to get closer to the show. She is saying that Democrats are sitting in the poor people seats and criticizing the GOP’s healthcare bill that will give the rich massive tax cuts. HAHAHA isn’t she funny? HAHAHA!


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Conway went on to say:

You know, saying people are going to die — and the enablers in the mainstream media not calling out those breathless, heartless predictions, and going right on to prognostication for 2018. Why in the world are we talking about who is going to win in 2018 when the duty of the mainstream media, of ‘news reporters’ is to tell you what’s actually in the bill, not to allow others to scare.

The “mainstream media” HAS been telling the public what is in the bill, because unlike Republican lawmakers, they have actually read it. Let’s take a look at how the media has reported on the bill.

CNN Money: 4 ways the Republican health care bill will benefit the rich

New York Times: The Trumpcare Disaster

ABC News: How the new Trumpcare bill could affect health care consumers

LA TimesHow many of Trump’s promises does Trumpcare break?

The Independent: Trumpcare: At least three Republicans didn’t read bill that passed House by one extra vote

New York Times: The New Study That Shows Trumpcare’s Damage

Chicago Tribune: Who gets hurt — and when — if Trumpcare becomes law

Basically her interview was full of the usual alternative facts.

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