Seems turnabout is fair play …
— Roll Call (@rollcall) October 10, 2016
Of the harassment, Conway said in a post-debate interivew on MSNBC, “I would talk to some of the members of Congress there when I was younger and prettier, them rubbing against girls, sticking their tongues down women’s throats who were uninvited, didn’t like it.”
She added, “And some of them, by the way, are on the list of people who won’t support Donald Trump because they all ride around on their high horse.”
The reactions to Conway’s accusation and statements were mixed:
If they have, why not name names? After all, why would you cover up for a sexual harasser? https://t.co/YzjquWnc5D
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) October 10, 2016
Conway did say some of the people who sexually harassed her are among those who have denounced Trump.
— Kim Hopper (@talk1776) October 10, 2016
Women have locker rooms too, so this was just more locker room talk, right?
@rollcall Might be true, but her approach is McCarthyism: claiming that unnamed members of a large group are evil, threatening to reveal.
— ((exGOP Eric Krock)) (@no2narcissists) October 10, 2016
It does seem a little “oh yeah, well take THAT,” doesn’t it? And does it change the fact that Trump said horrible things about women?
Not at all.
@rollcall and why didn't she report it?
— Like it or not (@Dont_SHUSH_Me) October 10, 2016
Good point. Then again, why didn’t NBC do anything about Trump when this started 11 years ago?
— Dawn (@rundawnrun) October 10, 2016
Could this be one of those tit for tat things?