Kellyanne Conway: Discussing Gun Control After A Mass Shooting Disrespects The Dead

Kellyanne Conway claims that bringing up the subject of gun control following the mass shooting in Texas disrespects the people who were murdered at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs.
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Kellyanne Conway claims that bringing up the subject of gun control following the mass shooting in Texas disrespects the people who were murdered at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Monday criticized Democrats for "pointing fingers" and calling for increased gun control measures in response to the deadly Texas shooting over the weekend, saying the quick reaction is "disrespectful to the dead." "The rush to judgment, particularly by people who just see politics and Trump derangement in every single thing they do, it doesn't help the victims, and it's disrespectful to the dead," Conway said during an appearance on "Fox & Friends" Monday morning.

Kellyanne Conway's feigned outraged continued:

“It's so beyond any type of reasonable response that anyone should have — why people see politics immediately," she said, hitting liberal politicians and celebrities for "taking to Twitter in the comfort of their very luxurious lives and pointing fingers."

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JohnNathan
JohnNathan

One mass shooting every day. Nice try KAC, someone needs to put a piece of Dragon Glass into that whitewalker