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Sunday, November 13, 2016

Conway says Dems should call for calm, warns Reid to be "very careful"

Kellyanne Conway, President-elect Trump's senior adviser called on Democratic celebrities, including President for now Obama, and un-indicted felon Hillary Clinton, to go public and call for an end to violent protests over the democratic election results.

Conway also warned Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (aka "Hairy Weed") to "be very careful" about his personal attacks on Trump.

"I am calling for responsibility and decency. I hope President Obama says, 'Cut it out,'" she said on "Fox News Sunday." 

"Everybody is looking for a peaceful transition, and you have the Senate minority leader acting like a garden variety political pundit" [with the voice of a little girl].

"I think that the president of the United States, Secretary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, perhaps, others can come forward and ask for calm and ask for a peaceful transition and ask their supporters, which are masquerading as protesters now--many of them professional and paid by the way, I'm sure--ask them to give this man a chance so that this country can flourish," Conway added.

Conway, the first female to run a successful presidential campaign, warned Reid, who thankfully is about to retire in January, to "be very careful about characterizing someone in a legal sense" regarding the attacks he levied on Trump. She said, however, that she was not suggesting legal action was pending, [but if he wanted to, Trump could make Harry disappear].

Reid, in his supreme lack of infinite wisdom, said that Trump has the responsibility for healing a divided, post-election America and that he was "a sexual predator who lost the popular vote and fueled his campaign with bigotry and hate."

In truth, it wasn't bigotry and hate that fueled Trump's campaign, it was the failed policies of Obama and the left that did the fueling. The election, as they say, was a referendum on Obama, and the fact that Clinton was his political clone with a much shriller scream.

In typical intolerant liberal fashion, the nation-wide protests of the democratically decided election were violent and paid for, possibly by George Soros. In Portland, Oregon, one protester was shot, but I suspect he wasn't just singing "We Shall Overcome."

In another incident, a man was taken from his car by a pair of black men as a crowd on the sidelines watched the two punch and kick him because they assumed he voted for Trump. 

Conway called for peaceful demonstrations suggesting that some of the violent protesters are former Clinton-backers or paid professionals and "there for nefarious reasons."

"They are booing and spitting on us," Conway said. "I don't like it."

Conway said that Trump would consider amending ObamaCare "out of respect" for the president, after he met with the Celebrity in Chief on Thursday. However, that might not sit well with those who voted for him as he promised a complete repeal of ObamaCare.

"Mr. Trump has made it very clear what his health care plan would look like, and it's not ObamaCare," Ms. Conway told Fox News. And she also made it clear that Trump plans to get rid of the mandate that forces people to buy the plan.

The "stupidity of the American voter" was overestimated by Jonathan Gruber.

We shall also see what becomes of the proverbial wall that has been promised in his campaign. I hope Trump delivers on that, but it's going to be interesting to see if Mexico pays for the damn thing. More importantly, if he is able to stem the flow of illegal immigration, I don't care if it's a wall that does it or better border security.

The election victory of Donald Trump was spectacular. The defeat of Hillary Clinton and the look on her face was wonderful. 

But the tears shed by liberals who thought Hillary was a foregone conclusion to take over where Obama left off was priceless.