Failed Dem Candidate Tried to Age and Look-Shame Kellyanne Conway, It Did Not Go Well

Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway speaks to reporters outside the West Wing of the White House in Washington, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway speaks to reporters outside the West Wing of the White House in Washington, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Democrats frequently like to style themselves as defenders of women.

But many have gone out of their way to attack and defame the women who have featured prominently in the Trump administration.

President Donald Trump has put a lot of women in positions of power in his administration and perhaps no one has been closer or more of a stalwart than his White House counselor, Kellyanne Conway.

Of course, that has earned her the ire of Democrats.

But former Democratic political candidate Pam Keith went after her in a disgusting tweet that mocked her looks.

“Can you believe Kellyanne is 53 today? I turned 51 in Nov. And I’m not even wearing a drop of makeup,” Keith tweeted, comparing herself to Conway, and trying to age shame her.

Initially, some of her followers then posted pictures of themselves compared to Conway, also mocking her looks.

But then the backlash began.

https://twitter.com/mandyjley/status/1219815191476686850

Keith later appears to have deleted the tweet.

It’s not hard to see why Keith lost her efforts to win Democratic primaries for both Congress and Senate in Florida. This comment was not an unusual one for her as she frequently posts nasty comments about President Donald Trump and other Republicans.

From Fox News:

Missy Crane, a writer for conservative pundit Wayne Dupree’s website, wrote that she could argue “Keith is one of the most vulgar, unprofessional Democrat women” and the attack on Conway took her “usual disgusting behavior to new lows.”

“She decided it’d be a great idea to compare herself to Conway in one of the most desperate narcissistic tweets ever,” Crane wrote. “It felt like a poorly written scene from the geriatric ‘Mean Girls’ sequel.”