Kellyanne Conway Just RIPPED Nancy Pelosi In A Video That’s A Must See! [VIDEO]

In a Sunday interview, Kellyanne Conway spoke with Howard Kurtz on Fox News about the sexist attacks she has been facing from the left.

The discussion centered around a March 5 New York Times article titled “Sexist Political Criticism Finds A New Target: Kellyanne Conway.”

TheBlaze reported the case of a sexist remark Conway faced two weeks ago.

Two week ago, Conway was the subject of a very crude sexual joke by Democrat Rep. Cedric Richmond (La.), who said at a dinner that Conway “really looked kind of familiar in that position” referencing a photo of Conway on her knees on a couch in the Oval Office taking a picture of President Donald Trump and a group of historically black college presidents.

Watch the video below from Fox News Insider to see what she had to say.

I applaud her for speaking against Pelosi and other opponents.

It is sickening to see the attacks Conway has faced this entire campaign. Whether or not you supported Trump during the primaries, she did a phenomenal job, becoming the first female campaign manager to win an election.

In 2008, liberals smeared VP nominee Sarah Palin, and Michele Bachmann four years later.

Progressives fear strong, female conservatives. Imagine the outrage if a conservative attacked a female liberal.

Everyone is tired of the mainstream media playing this double standard for decades.

It makes last year, unlike any other election. I have never seen so many individuals successfully unite over one candidate, despite all the media attacks.

Not only has Conway spoken out, but so have the American people against the mainstream media this election cycle.

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