Biden Makes Up Bogus Kellyanne Conway Quote In Debate — Kellyanne Brings Receipts

Written by Wes Walker on September 30, 2020

This isn’t the first time that Joe Biden has deliberately misquoted someone in order to make his rivals look bad. It’s not even the first time he’s gotten this Kellyanne Conway quote wrong.

In an interview discussing the violence in Kenosha, Kellyanne made reference to a Wisconsin resident’s quote about the political impact the unchecked violence and chaos would likely have on their residents.

Notice how different Joe’s framing of this statement is from what she actually says.

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Here’s the video:

Violence isn’t better ‘for us’. It creates a more clear distinction between the two options on the table. That is to say, Trump’s vision of law and order versus — whatever the hell the violent Left is hoping to offer up.

He’s been running with that lie a lot.

In that soft-ball question ‘Townhall’ with Anderson Cooper gave a similar answer. “His own former Press Secretary, Kellyanne Conway said (I’m paraphrasing) chaos and violence are good for our administration. They’re good for us.” He tacked this on to the end of his claim that Trump refuses to denounce violence and white supremacy. You can see it at about the 6:30 mark in the video we discussed in this story: Joe Biden Is STILL Pushing The Lie That Trump Hasn’t Condemned White Supremacists

But he claims that Trump is the candidate who employs tactics like Goebbels.

Trump didn’t let him get away with lobbing an unattributed swipe like that. He made Biden attribute a name to the quote.

That way, when he gives the ‘source’, the lie can be properly falsified.

When Kellyanne was still at the White House and asked about the violence in Kenosha, she explicitly said that Trump didn’t want ANYONE to be violent.

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Sorry Biden, But YOU Are Far More Like Goebbels Than Trump EVER Was