Kellyanne Conway Slams Nancy Pelosi for Not Holding Democratic Congressman Accountable for Tasteless Joke – VIDEO

Rep. Cedric Richmond made a very tasteless joke about Kellyanne Conway “on her knees.” Now, Kellyanne Conway slams Nancy Pelosi for not holding Democratic Congressman Richmond accountable for the offensive joke he made.

Kellyanne Conway: “I’m very disappointed in Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi. No wonder uh she was a two-term speaker and the majority of the voters were female across the country and they didn’t want her to be Speaker anymore.

I was very disappointed in her. She either was not telling the truth that she wasn’t aware of it, or it’s not important enough to her Caucus that they would bring this to her attention and ask her. This person who says everyday-this person should recuse, that one should resign, that one should go be impeached…she had nothing to say about a member of her, a Democratic Congressman, a member of her Caucus issuing such a tasteless, sexist joke…”

It should come as no surprise that Nancy Pelosi had nothing to say. What do you expect? She only cares about feminists who agree with her. Imagine the kickback if a Republican man had made this joke about someone on the left.

Here is the video of Kellyanne tearing into Pelosi.

Kellyanne Conway Slams Nancy Pelosi

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