Kellyanne Conway Forced Streep To Eat Every Trump-Hating Lie She Told At Golden Globe (Video)


A video of at least four people holding a young white disabled man hostage, kicking and hitting him repeatedly, all while he was tied up with his mouth taped shut, shocked those who viewed it on Facebook live last week.

The young man was tortured in an apartment in the 3400 block of West Lexington on the West Side of Chicago.  At one point, the victim was held at knife point and told to curse President-elect Donald Trump.  The group also forced the victim to drink water from a toilet.

Last night at the Golden Globes, Meryl Streep was honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award.  During her speech she took the opportunity to criticize president-elect Trump, stating that the president-elect once mocked the disability of a reporter who displeased him.

She said absolutely nothing about Austin Hibourn, who was a high-risk missing person from northwest suburban Crystal Lake, Chicago.

Senior Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway responds to Meryl Streep’s diatribe against Donald Trump at the Golden Globes:, Real Clear Politics reports.

KELLYANNE CONWAY: I’m glad Meryl Streep has such a passion for the disabled because I didn’t hear her weigh in or I didn’t even hear her use her platform last night, Ainsley, to give the shoutout to the mentally challenged boy who last week was tortured live on Facebook for half an hour, by four young African-American adults who were screaming racial and anti-Trump expletives and forcing him to put his head in toilet water.

So I’d like to hear from her today, if she wants to come and continue her platform on behalf of the disabled. And Donald Trump is absolutely right. He has debunked this so many times. She sounds like 2014. The election is over. She lost.

And he is absolutely right about something else too. Everybody in that audience with very few exceptions was of a single myopic mind of how they wanted the election to go and how they expected the election to go. They lost. And I really wish she would have stood up last night and said I didn’t like the election results but he is our president and we’re going to support him. But this is Hollywood. I think where there is self-pity, a lot more self-awareness would do them some charm. Talking about how vilified poor Hollywood is, in their gazillion-dollar gowns. Can I borrow a couple of those for the inaugural address?

Trump responded to Streep in a series of tweets Monday morning:

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