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Kellyanne Conway Rips Senate Dems on Mockery of Nominees [VIDEO]

The Democrats these days have got nothing else in their arsenal but to insult, denigrate and humiliate their opponents, which happens to be anyone who disagrees with them under 100%.  It is completely lost on them that America sees through their bombastic rhetoric for what they really are:  a bunch of whiny losers with nothing new to offer the country.  They are devoid of ideas, but too stupid to go the way of the Whigs.

Democrats in the Senate are using the Trump cabinet confirmation hearings to make political points with their extreme alt-left fringe constituents.  They are asking questions from way out there in the far left field nosebleed seats that have nothing whatsoever to do with the positions the nominees seek, but everything to do with letting the fringe know who to treat as an enemy now from now on.

(As reported by: The Hill)

President-elect Donald Trump‘s close aide Kellyanne Conway on Wednesday blasted Democrats for “trying to embarrass” the incoming administration’s Cabinet nominees.

“This idea of humiliating and trying to embarrass qualified men and women who just wish to serve this nation is reprehensible,” Conway said in an interview with Fox News, following Tuesday’s tense Senate confirmation hearing of Trump’s pick for Education secretary, Betsy DeVos.

“Not one child who needs a better education benefited from any of those incendiary questions yesterday. But, of course, Mrs. DeVos held herself with the grace and elegance that we know her to have,” Conway added.

DeVos on Tuesday defended her record and career, after some Democratic lawmakers questioned her qualifications for the position.

“If you were not a multibillionaire … do you think that you would be sitting here today?” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) asked DeVos during one exchange.

“I do think there would be that possibility,” DeVos replied. “I’ve worked very hard on behalf of parents and children.”

Conway also defended Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.), Trump’s pick to lead the department of Health and Human Services, from accusations that the lawmaker took advantage of his position in Congress by introducing legislation that would benefit a company in which he invested.

“He has these investments, apparently, are just a fraction of his overall portfolio and they were done by a broker,” Conway said.

“And by the way, this is another example of just trying to embarrass and humiliate an otherwise eminently qualified nominee,” she added.

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