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George Conway’s condition is getting worse

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George Conway’s condition is getting worse

George Conway’s condition is getting worse
March 21
17:34 2019

“His condition is getting worse.” That was a tweet from George Conway, husband of White House advisor Kellyanne Conway. He was responding to the flurry of tweets President Trump posted over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend. It could be just as easily applied to Conway, suggesting that his own obvious hatred for Trump is getting the best of him.

Much of the press has been speculating wildly about the more than usual volume of tweets from Trump. What motivated him? They suggest that Trump spent his entire weekend tweeting. It may be a few more than an average weekend for the President, but 30 original tweets and 50 re-tweets are less than a couple hour’s work.

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We know Trump was busy with other matters because the same critical press said so – although they did not mean to backwash on their own narrative. To ascertain the President’s mood, a few reporters talked to people who had talked to Trump over the weekend – and they reported that he seemed in a good mood.

It is the fact that the press has no idea what Trump was doing with his time that so wildly and irresponsibly creates mendacious narratives based on nothing more than an unrelenting desire to offer up negative narratives – whether they have any basis in fact or not.

With little of real substance to report, the press seized on the tweet war between Trump and George Conway. Calling each other “nuts” is not the most intellectual or meaningful exchange. It is most often a word used against someone with whom a person has a disagreement. It is not meant to be taken literally.

That is where the Trump-Conway feud is a bit different. Conway actually wants us to believe that Trump is nuts in a more clinical sense – although the word is not usually featured in serious diagnoses by competent professionals.

To fill in that gap, Conway posted a medical description of narcissism as a personality disorder. That was a shameless act of a reprobate. Medical professionals are quick to admonish ANYONE – including professionals – from diagnosing ANYONE who is not a patient and has not been through treatment. To make such a diagnosis is not only unethical, it is impossible.

Conway, of course, knows that such standards of conduct do not apply in politics. Conway knows that a certain portion of the public will gladly validate his cheesy and sleazy implications in their own mind. He knows that the anti-Trump propaganda press will lap up his intellectual trash like a bunch of jackals over the carcass of a fallen antelope.

Conway says his anti-Trump tweets is his way of venting – as opposed to screaming at his wife. Hmmm. Can that be interpreted as a man with anger management problems and a potential spousal abuser? That is probably an unfair interpretation – but then again, no more unfair than his incompetent and ignorant claims about Trump.

Whether the Mr. Conway has considered it or not, his attacks on Trump are – by extension – attacks on his wife. He casts Kellyanne as a woman of minimal moral compass for not standing up to Trump as he does. He strongly suggests that she – who works closely with Trump on a daily basis – is a liar when she says Trump is not some cuckoo-nester.

The toxicity of George Conway’s venom is surprising because it does not comport with his statement and opinions of Trump over several years – even into the early days of the presidency.

What was the breaking point? Was it that job in the Department of Justice?

Conway claims that it was HE who rejected the job while Trump says he was unhappy over not getting the job at Justice. Both may have been true. It has been reported that he did not want the job he was offered but was not able to get the job he wanted.

Whatever demons are driving George Conway – not getting that job, jealousy of his wife, an undisclosed marital rift – it seems clear that he is emotionally overheated. Ironically, if you read the list of symptoms of narcissism that he published on Twitter, a non-professional might see a lot of those traits in Conway, himself.

If there is a nutcase in this twitter battle, maybe it is Conway, and perhaps he is just doing what the psychiatric community calls “projection” – attributing his own traits to others.

If that is the case, then Conway has succeeded. He has drawn the national spotlight onto himself at the expense of the President, his wife Kellyanne and his own reputation. And his condition is getting worse.

So, there ‘tis.

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Larry Horist

Larry Horist

Larry Horist is a conservative activist with an extensive background in economics, public policy and politics. Clients of his consulting firm have included such conservative icons as Steve Forbes and Milton Friedman, as well as the White House. He has testified as an expert witness before legislative bodies, including the U. S. Congress, and lectured at major colleges and universities. An award-winning debater, his insightful and sometimes controversial commentaries appear frequently on the editorial pages of newspapers across the nation. He can be reached at lph@thomasandjoyce.com.

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  1. Earl
    Earl March 22, 18:35

    I feel sorry for Kellyanne. God bless her.

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  2. Cab
    Cab March 22, 18:50

    Following your convoluted logic, Trumps attacks on Mr. Conway are, by extension, attacks on Kellyanne, his ‘trusted’ advisor’

    Reply to this comment
  3. Billy D. Williams
    Billy D. Williams March 22, 19:59

    It’s all been said just grow up.

    Reply to this comment
  4. G
    G March 22, 20:03

    I don’t know why Kellyanne doesn’t get rid of him she could do much better then that fat ugly pig

    Reply to this comment
  5. Rick
    Rick March 22, 20:05

    I am glad to see you use the term “projection”. This seems quite popular with the liberal, anti-Trump crowd.

    Reply to this comment
  6. J
    J March 22, 20:42

    Your full of as our president said Bull Shit!

    Reply to this comment
  7. Roy
    Roy March 22, 21:12

    Sad that it’s got down to this…
    However, POTUS is right to defend himself. Same with the McCain issue!

    Reply to this comment
  8. sherring101
    sherring101 March 22, 21:29

    this article as ass backwards….conservative stalwart G. Conway is obviously disturbed by the POTUS lack of clarity and reality…maybe this writer should stick to Conservative rhetoric and not slam a non-liberal for telling the truth about this situation…

    Reply to this comment
  9. Tish
    Tish March 22, 21:35

    It would be for everyone’s benefit to handle this privately. If you want your wife to quit, talk to her privately. Otherwise it looks like you’ve gone off the deep end! It puts you with the wrong group!

    Reply to this comment
  10. Jerry
    Jerry March 22, 22:24

    It is the fact that the press has no idea what Trump was doing with his time

    Are you not part of the media?

    Reply to this comment
  11. Gingy
    Gingy March 22, 22:49

    Geezzz. Hard to understand how intelligent folks don’t see it as destructive behavior when POTUS goes on his twit binges. It’s just plain embarrassing and unpresidential.

    Reply to this comment
  12. Camarillo RR Buff
    Camarillo RR Buff March 22, 23:55

    DC has turned into the Trump cesspool that he was going to get rid. If you watch/listen to Trump, Geo. Conway has to be right. We have a flippen, draft dodging, moron in the WH. The attach on the late Sen. McCain was the last straw for many of us. And Trump, thanks for nothing on the Big Beautiful Tax Cut that you promised….I am paying $4000 MORE thanks to you and Ryan. And how is our wall coming along, you know, the one Mexico for which Mexico was going to pay. More BS from the WH Moron. Conway, keep up your watch on #45.

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  13. tigers
    tigers March 24, 01:27

    It seems that the Trump haters are getting more and more mentally ill. And to thin he is married to a nice woman.

    Reply to this comment

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