Bigtime Tweetstorm Between Kellyanne Conway and Dem Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC)

Kellyanne Conway holds the title of Counselor to Donald Trump, but she hasn’t the least idea how to keep her own counsel, while she pulls down her salary of $179,000 a year.


Of course, that’s nothing compared to her estimated $40,000,000 net worth.


Yesterday, Conway and newly elected Democratic insurgent Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) and Conway got into a twitterfight (


Conway, Our Lady of Invective and a Catholic, told CNN’s Jake Tapper that AOC is a hypocrite because she vociferously decried the massacre of Muslims in Christchurch while tweeting nothing about the massacre of Christians, mostly Catholics, in Sri Lanka by an extremist jihadist group, but Ocasio-Cortez tweeted back that she was in a technology hiatus while visiting her grandmother in Puerto Rico, an island notably neglected by Trump’s so-called administration.


AOC, like Conway, is Catholic, and she has written an impressive article in America Magazine, a prominent Catholic publication, about the connection between her Catholic faith and her dedication to criminal justice reform (


As far as we can tell, the only things that Conway has written are tweetstorms in the manner of Trump.


Ocasio-Cortez responded to Kellyanne by saying, “Are you trying to imply that I am less Christian [than you]?” and she later accused Conway of “using this an an excuse to stoke suspicion about my Christianity and faith life.”


Look to Conway to continue tweeting and talking about her Catholic faith to justify her allegiance to Trump.


Oh, we almost forgot to mention that Conway initially backed Ted Cruz while denouncing Trump. On January 25, 2016, she criticized Trump as "a man who seems to be offending his way to the nomination," and on the following day, she went after The Donald's use of eminent domain, saying "Donald Trump has literally bulldozed over the little guy to get his way."


Look for more intense theological exchanges between Conway and Ocasio-Cortez as Trump continues his quest for a second term and, after that, any more terms that Conway can help him get.