Kellyanne Conway Responds To Debate Jab From Biden: ‘You Lied And Don’t Sniff My Hair’

On Tuesday evening’s presidential debate, Democratic nominee Joe Biden called out former presidential counsel Kellyanne Conway and comments she allegedly made about violent demonstrations and protests across the country.

Biden argued that she advocated for the violence and said it makes Trump look better as a law and order candidate.

During the debate, Biden said:

And by the way, you know, his own former spokesperson said, ‘You know, riots and chaos and violence help his cause.’ That’s what this is all about.

Here’s the point, the point is that that’s why he keeps trying to rile everything up. He doesn’t want to calm things down instead of going in and talking to people and saying, ‘Let’s get everybody together. Figure out how to deal with this.’ What’s he do? He just pours gasoline in the fire constantly and every single solitary time.

As the Daily Wire reports, Conway responded over Twitter calling the former vice president “creepy, sleepy, and weepy.”

“Thanks for debate shout-out, creepy/sleepy/weepy JOE, but you lied. And don’t sniff my hair, either,” she tweeted with a video of Biden previously repeating the same line during an August interview. The video also shows Conway’s initial comments.

In August, Conway told Fox News:

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I also noticed there was a quote today from a restaurateur in Wisconsin saying, ‘are you protesters trying to get Donald Trump re-elected?’ He knows full stop and I guess Mayor Pete knows full stop that the more chaos and anarchy and vandalism and violence reigns, the better it is for the very clear choice on whose best on public safety.

I was in Fort McHenry last night when Vice President Pence gave his impassioned plea and one of his biggest applause lines in that audience, standing ovation, is when he talks about the thin blue line. He talks about how we would never defund the police. We have more generously resourced and we’re deeply respected, our military veterans, our police, our border protection and other law enforcement officers keeping us safe.