NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Updated: Thursday, September 15, 2016, 10:47 PM
That’s some hoggish hypocrisy.
Mere minutes after Hillary Clinton bunched half of Donald Trump’s supporters into a “basket of deplorables,” the Republican nominee’s newly appointed campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, tweeted: “One day after promising to be aspirational & uplifting, Hillary Clinton insults millions of Americans.”
But in 2008, Conway herself blasted the American people for acting like “pigs,” implying average Joe — not Wall Street — was to blame for the country’s worst economic recession since the 1930s.
“These people bought houses they could not afford,” Conway said on a Fox News panel at the time. “This country spends money like a bunch of pigs. They buy things they say that they need…when they actually want them.”
Donald Trump’s newly appointed campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, called the American people “pigs.”
Conway must have had swine on her mind because just a few weeks later, she called Americans “pigs” again.
“If (voters) say, ‘Gee, we’re having a problem in this country economically because of the cost of the war, not because I live like a pig off my credit cards’ … then I think it’s a whole new problem for some of the candidates,” she said on a Council on Foreign Relations panel focused on the role of economic issues in the 2008 election.
Keep in mind, as recently as Monday, Conway went on an anti-Clinton tirade, calling the Democratic frontrunner “personally offensive.”
Hillary Clinton was widely criticized for her “basket of deplorables.”
“Sticking people in mass into categories is exactly what we shouldn’t do as Americans,” she said on MSNBC.
According to that logic, isn’t Conway herself “personally offensive” by grouping not half, but ostensibly all Americans into a category labeled “pigs?”