According to Vanity Fair, if you are an influential woman on the right, you must be “grasping” or an “attention-hungry player.”
— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) January 22, 2017
The article tried to hide behind last night’s Saturday Night Live skit as the basis for its degrading claims. It didn’t work.
NEWSFLASH: Sketch Comedy is not identical to documentary films, and should not be assumed to be based in truth. https://t.co/4o3T1cWo57
— ButtHeadBen (@Crapplefratz) January 22, 2017
It’s comedy when the Left is the subject. When a conservative is being portrayed, Saturday Night Live suddenly becomes a primary historical reference documentary.
We totes support women UNLESS they are conservative women, then Nah.. https://t.co/4BOiTQjfQJ
— (Sigh) (@Mellecon) January 22, 2017
— ФСБ Aгент Fenway (@Fenway_Nation) January 22, 2017
— Angela (@ang_yow) January 22, 2017
Person who probably has an altar to Obama in her basement claims Kellyanne Conway is "attention-hungry". https://t.co/S7mTiFUGEx
— A Raised Eyebrow (@ARaised_Eyebrow) January 22, 2017
— Alain41 (@CestAlain) January 22, 2017
It's always liberal women who degrade the accomplishments of other women. Such bitchiness. https://t.co/TzzjIordlJ
— Michael_Haz (@Michael_Haz) January 22, 2017
— #何YourFriend ? (@catholiclawyer) January 22, 2017
Apparently, that is too difficult of a concept for Vanity Fair to grasp.
— Stubbornly Me. (@lybr3) January 22, 2017
Liberals don't defend women, they defend liberal women. https://t.co/hbhcQFoO0b
— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) January 22, 2017
You forgot to mention that she's the first woman in American history to successfully run a presidential campaign.
Crack reporting as usual. https://t.co/geR7GRZfHI
— KindofaDick (@DicksTrash) January 22, 2017
— Stay-C (@txstayc) January 22, 2017