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    It really can’t be easy being a mouthpiece for Donald Trump. One must have no sense of self-dignity and flush all of their pride down the toilet. It’s a job that requires constant spinning of the truth, or in other words, be a master at lying.

    Appearing on ‘Fox & Friends’ on Friday morning, White House Counselor and propaganda minister Kellyanne Conway seemed content in apparently spreading the narrative that it’s liberals and the media who are the ones using violent rhetoric. And that’s why the shooting at a Congressional baseball practice happened in Alexandria, VA.

    Conway said:

    “You can’t attack people personally, rather than on policy, and think tragedies like the Virginia shooting won’t happen.”

    Even going so far as to say:

    “If I was shot and killed tomorrow, half of Twitter would explode in applause and excitement. This is the world we live in now.”

    The only person to blame for a crazy person’s actions is the crazy person. The man who shot up that baseball field was clearly unstable and unhinged, and to be blunt, shouldn’t have had access to a gun with that high of capacity and range. But that’s a story for a different day.

    But if Kellyanne Conway wants to look at who is spreading violent rhetoric, she can look no further than her boss — Donald Trump. A man who said he’d pay the legal fees of those who beat up protesters or said he could shoot someone in the middle of 5th Avenue and no one would care.

    It really doesn’t get more violent than that.

    Conway is willfully forgetting what her side has done and continues to do while blaming others and then lying about all of it on national television.

    How does she sleep at night?

    Watch her tell lie after lie here:

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