Not only do the media and liberals want to cause drastic harm to our Commander-in- Chief, but apparently they’re going after his staff as well.
Trump’s chief adviser, Kellyanne Conway, has officially been put under the protection of the Secret Service because of a possible assassination attempt.
Following Trump’s inauguration, Conway received a suspicious package containing a mysterious white powder at the home where she lives with her husband and children.
Conway told Sean Hannity on his show:
“Because of what the press is doing now to me, I have Secret Service protection. We have packages delivered to my house with white substances. That is a shame.”
Luckily, she didn’t seem too disturbed by the attempt on her life because Conway is a true public servant and recognizes the danger that comes with her position.
She rightfully blamed the mainstream media, at least in part, for the death threats being hurled her way.
Conway said she feels that liberal pundits who are constantly berating and lying about President Trump have enflamed the hatred of their enormous audience.
Conway cited the now infamous Martin Luther King Jr. bust (statue) story as a prime example of the biased and false reporting coming from the White House Press.
Zeke Miller of Time magazine entered the Oval Office and merely assumed the MLK bust had been removed by President Trump, so he released a false accusation before spending even one second to fact check.
Upon entering, he remarked on how a Bush-era bust of Winston Churchill, which had been replaced with one of Martin Luther King, Jr. by President Obama, was once again on prominent display.
Moreover, it appeared to Miller that the bust of MLK was gone too, an observation he also tweeted, though it was one which proved to be erroneous.
But it turned out the MLK bust was right where it had been all along.
A Secret Service agent had merely been standing in Miller’s view of the bust, and yet he took to his wide twitter audience to tell people it was gone.
By this time, the news of its removal had spread back to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and when he heard about it, he tweeted photographic proof the bust had not been moved.
Conway added to the story on Hannity:
“The darn bust was right there. I was next to it. It was being hidden behind a guard, but why didn’t you ask us? Why didn’t you say, ‘Where’s the bust?’”
Miller prematurely – and assumedly – tweeted out his assumption because he’s obviously attempting to further cast President Donald Trump as racist to fit the mainstream media’s liberal narrative.
To be fair, he did later admit his mistake, but by then it was too late and tens of thousands of Americans had already jumped to conclusions, fueling their preconceived hatred for the Trump administration to a whole new level.
And when Hannity asked about the relationship among President Trump’s top advisors, Conway said it was good and they function as a “cohesive unit.”
Conway said, “The senior team exhibits many of the characteristics President Trump has always valued: cohesion, collaboration, high energy, and high impact.”
It’s safe to say that all of Trump’s advisors are in grave danger right now and apparently have beefed up their security details in the wake of threats being issued against Trump’s senior staff.
It’s time for these liberals to pump the brakes on spreading their hatred.