Kellyanne Conway Publicly Bashes Felicity Huffman And Lori Loughlin About Bribery Accusations -- Is This Classy?

Kellyanne Conway took the opportunity to walk on Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman while they were down because of the college admission scandal.

Kellyanne Conway Publicly Bashes Felicity Huffman And Lori Loughlin About Bribery Accusations -- Is This Classy?547
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Many people have been discussing the recent revelations around popular actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, and as can be expected, there has been a wave of negativity towards the two from multiple sides. 

Now, observers have also seen White House counselor Kellyanne Conway attacking the two in public, painting them in a very negative light while going on a social media rant.

According to Conway, the two must have been worried that “their daughters are as stupid as their mothers.”

She added: "2 actresses get most attention for college admissions cheating scandal. Yet 48 others were charged, too. Coaches, athletic directors took millions. CEOs Author of ironically titled, “The Modern Girls Guide to Life” Willkie Farr law firm partner YOU FAILED THESE KIDS."

Conway also had some strong words for everyone else involved in the bribery scandals, including those who had taken the money themselves. 

In total, almost 50 people have been implicated in a plot to illicitly get the two women’s daughters admitted to college.

The official released Tuesday read: "Beginning in or about 2011, and continuing through the present, the defendants - principally individuals whose high-school age children were applying to college - conspired with others to use bribery and other forms of fraud to facilitate their children's admission to colleges and universities in the District of Massachusetts and elsewhere, including Yale University, Stanford University, the University of Texas, the University of Southern California, and the University of Southern California - Los Angeles."

Conway seems to believe that everyone should be treated equally in this scenario, and that attention should not fall solely on the two actresses that were at the forefront of the situation. 

Many others are just as guilty according to her, and they should get the right kind of treatment as well. So far though, the situation has been quite messy and has proved difficult to untangle.

Meanwhile, other similar scandals have started to surface. Some are speculating that this might be the next hot trend in media, as many people have begun to turn their attention towards prominent figures exploiting their positions of authority to push their children into life more effectively.

 It would be interesting to see if these revelations continue in the coming months, and it would be especially curious to see who exactly gets implicated.

Was Conway right or wrong to go after the Hollywood stars?