About time someone called her out…
Earlier today, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway spoke about the recent death of Rayshard Brooks in an Atlanta Wendy’s parking lot.
According to Breitbart, Conway stated, “Obviously the entire country, the world, in fact, watched the tape of George Floyd from several weeks ago now in great disgust and horror. I’ve said that he was murdered before our eyes, a senseless murder. That is true now. We today see a widow, another family heartbroken because of what’s happening in Atlanta. I certainly don’t want to involve myself in the investigation that your reporter just said will be taking place in Atlanta where it belongs. But everybody should feel grief and sorrow for the family of Rayshard Brooks. Again, we … have to heal.
Conway then shifted her focus to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and other Democrats who are demanding for the statues of Confederate leaders be removed from the U.S. Capitol.
“People here in Washington, D.C., Nancy Pelosi, let’s just take down some statutes. How is that a response to what we see on these tapes? How will we ever heal? But I want to tell you in no uncertain terms, and not just because I have a law degree — ‘liberty and justice for all’ means everyone. We are a fragile and young democracy,” Conway stressed.
“[Trump] does these executive orders in large part because Congress doesn’t do its job,” she said. “Where are they? He’s here every day, where are they?”
You can watch a clip of Pelosi’s comments here.