The counselor to the president and Kellyanne Conway decided to keep the outrage cycle about the White House Correspondents' Dinner going at least another day, and Conway decided to bring up the laws of feminism.
"When the president of the White House Correspondents' Association stood up and said, 'An attack one journalist is an attack on all journalists,' well, folks, think about this: is an attack on one woman, or two women, an attack on all women?" she asked.
Conway even quote-tweeted her own quote to reiterate her point.
There are a whole bunch of problems with this hypothetical.
1. Is a joke about eye shadow from a comedian at a roast an "attack"?
2. If Kellyanne Conway attacks Michelle Wolf for "attacking" women, is she attacking all women?
3. If an attack on one woman (or two) women is an attack on all women, then why does she work for the most notorious perpetrator of such attacks in the world?
Attacking women has been one of Donald Trump's only consistent positions.
Seriously. He's, like, really good at it.
You're a total hypocrite. @realDonaldTrump has been absolutely disgusting towards women. Where's your outrage for that or for them? @michelleisawolf is a comedian and her words were in jest. He is president of the United States and wasn't joking. He victimizes and you excuse it.— Rob Gorski (@The_Autism_Dad) May 1, 2018
Based on the amount of women you say have deserved to be attacked by the president...using your logic, guess it matters.— LAnaaaaaaa (@LAnatra_) May 1, 2018
All the women your president has attacked and you are bold enough to have selective outrage?— Renee (@rweiss1234) May 1, 2018
What about attacks on entire races or sexual orientations? Or attacks on the environment? Or on the poor? The White House doesn’t seem to have an issue with any of those.— JA (@youjoshinme13) May 1, 2018
His attacks on Hillary Clinton alone were enough to decimate the entire female species.
Congratulations, Conway. You played yourself.
Let's focus on the attacks that really matter, like Conway's made-up massacre.
No. the Bowling Green Massacre, that was an attack on all women.— Stephen Williamson (@tweetadeadhorse) May 1, 2018
Please keep the nonexistent victims of the nonexistent massacre nonexistent thoughts and prayers.