(National Sentinel)Â Feud: We imagine the conversations at George and Kellyanne Conway’s home are often lively and spirited, to say the least, given that the former has been a public thorn in POTUS Donald Trump’s side since his wife went to work as the president’s chief counselor.
From a series of tweets in which George Conway has criticized POTUS and his various policies and statements, to public positions taken in opposition of the administration, this “right-leaning lawyer” has no doubt spurred plenty of angst in his wife who has no easy job to begin with.
Now he’s putting her in another jackpot with the president after announcing he is forming an anti-Trump legal organization ostensibly ‘conservative’ lawyers.
â€œWe believe in the rule of law, the power of truth, the independence of the criminal justice system, the imperative of individual rights and the necessity of civil discourse,â€ theÂ mission statementÂ of the recently formed group â€œCheck and Balancesâ€ reads, according to Breitbart News. â€œWe believe these principles apply regardless of the party or persons in power.â€
More than a dozenÂ conservative-leaning attorneys,Â includingÂ former acting Attorney General Pete D. Keisler and ex-Gov. Tom Ridge, R-Pa., have become signed onto the group’s founding document.
In an interview with TheÂ New York Times, ConwayÂ saidÂ he “wants the group to act as a counter-balance to theÂ Federalist Society, a group he says he has long respected but claims the ‘perception out there that conservative lawyers have essentially sold their souls for judges and regulatory reform,'” Breitbart reported.
â€œWe just want to be a voice speaking out, and to encourage others to speak out,â€ ConwayÂ toldÂ theÂ Times.
Keisler said the group was formed specifically to challenge portions of POTUS Trump’s agenda — which isÂ odd considering that he is at least as conservative as Ronald Reagan and perhaps, some say, even more so.
â€œItâ€™s important that people from across the political spectrum speak out about the countryâ€™s commitment to the rule of law and the core values underlying it â€” that the criminal justice system should be nonpartisan and independent, that a free press and public criticism should be encouraged and not attacked,â€ Keisler, who worked under former President George W. Bush,Â said.
Well, these guys are Americans and as such, they’re allowed to freely associate with whomever they please. But to call themselves conservatives while lambasting a president who is currently implementing the most conservative agenda in three decades is not simply disingenuous, it’s counterproductive.
Meanwhile, poor Kellyanne has another embarrassment she has to explain to her boss and the jackal media because her husband is a schmuck who obviously doesn’t care about the bad positions he puts her in.
Speaking of lawyers, maybe she should find a good one who specializes in divorce.
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