Kellyanne Conway’s Unnecessary Thoughts About The College Admission Scandal Predictably Blew Up In Her Face

Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were involved in the shocking college bribery scandal in which 50 wealthy parents bribed athletic coaches and SAT/ACT proctors with thousands of dollars for their children to get into prestigious universities.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway dared to seize the opportunity to go after the children of the high profile celebrities with a defaming tweet.

But much like her past endeavors in criticizing public figures, her pathetic strike went down in flames.

When news of the college admissions controversy broke on Tuesday, Donald Trump’s advisor tagged the actresses and tweeted:

“@LoriLoughlin & @FelicityHuffman indicted for lying and buying spots in college. They worried their daughters are as stupid as their mothers.”

Going after the women’s children was not a good move.

It also reflected poorly on her devotion to a president who paid off a $25 million class-action lawsuit for his fraudulent Trump University real estate seminars in which students paid $35,000 after being lured with promises of learning investment “secrets” from “hand-picked” instructors.

Critics ripped Conway to shreds over her lack of credibility and for weighing in on a topic with which she has no business interfering.

We advise the counselor to step down and seek Bowling Greener pastures.