Conway Is On A Warpath After White House Celebration: 'We Know Better!'
Like everyone else, Kellyanne Conway was feeling motivated after Biden's 'victory' speech Tuesday as the diminished Democrat claimed to have beaten the on-going inflation crisis. The administration expected good news during his speech but what really happened was more of the same, the Dow took a dive an many networks cut away from the White House celebration to cover it.
Conway was on a warpath Wednesday because Democrats are trying to convince the public that everything is under control. "It will not work, Sean. And remember, Americans like to protest and pontificate in groups, but we vote as individuals, and we are voting on rising costs and rising crime," Conway explained.
She continued, "today was very sad. For the first time since February of 1991, we had a devastating number in terms of just the increase for lodging, for where people live. As 40% of the core number and guess what we're hearing in focus group, Sean, we're hearing that people aren't just worried about gas and groceries. That's a conversation from five or six months ago. Now it's insurance, it's utilities and it's rent."
Conway broke it down, "one of the fastest growing new groups of homeless in our country are single moms who have a job. Folks, they're working, they have a job. They're doing the best they can. The job or two jobs in the household is no longer enough. But this is what I see in Biden. It's a split-screen presidency."
"He's out there telling us how great everything is and we know better. We know the metrics. We know our own personal financial situation and Sean, absolutely this election is the Biden-Fetterman economy, Biden-Mark Kelly, Biden-Raphael Warnock, Biden, that woman in Nevada's got three names and no accomplishments, her. It's Biden-Tim Ryan. They want to distance himself from Biden. But remember, those who are incumbents, Sean, they have voted with Biden for Build Back Better and certainly this Inflation Reduction Act. Every single Democrat voted for something called Inflation Reduction Act and just today we saw what a big lie that is. The Biden presidency rests on one principle and he did it today. Believe what I say, not what you see. I have faith in voters. They will vote according to what they see and the pain they feel."
On a lighter note, Biden's repeated failures are only working to push voters further away from the Democratic party. I think that the Democrats have overplayed their hand and it's just too late to do anything about it.