The party of inclusion and tolerance has struck again.
Pam Keith, who has been an utter failure at every stage of her political career, for some reason felt the need to age-shame Kellyanne Conway on Twitter recently…
Today I learned that Pam Keith blocked me. I still haven’t learned who Pam Keith is but based on this superficial tweet, I’m proud she blocked me. pic.twitter.com/BKbbbyfWkH
— paige sully (@PaigeSully88) January 21, 2020
Why Keith felt the need to compare herself to Conway is a mystery.
After the tweet went out, the reaction was both swift and severe.
Missy Crane, a journalist for Wayne Dupree’s website, stated that “Keith is one of the most vulgar, unprofessional Democrat women” in the party and this was a new low even for her.
Crane added, “She decided it’d be a great idea to compare herself to Conway in one of the most desperate narcissistic tweets ever.
“It felt like a poorly written scene from the geriatric ‘Mean Girls’ sequel.”
Keith was clearly trying to create some type of momentum for her personal profile, but attacking a fellow woman’s looks over politics… well, most people believe she went way too far…
What is wrong with you people ?! You shame a woman for her looks? You compare your looks with hers? All because she disagrees with you on politics. Even playground bullies won’t go this low. SHAME ON YOU.
— Obianuju Ekeocha (@obianuju) January 21, 2020
Feminism: supporting other women as long as they vote the way you do https://t.co/nfhA0FhPeY
— Jessica Fletcher (@heckyessica) January 21, 2020
I am no fan of Ms. Conway, but I find your appearance-related comments beneath the dignity of the office you are running for. I hope that after reconsidering you’ll take them down.
— Bill Fouché (@bill_fouche) January 22, 2020
Keith eventually took her tweet down, but this will be a stain that followers her for the rest of her career.
How Keith believes she is relevant is a bit confusing. Keith ran for a Senate seat in Florida in 2016 and never made it out of the primary.
She was defeated by Patrick Murphy.
Keith tried her luck again, running for a seat on the House in 2018, but again, she was defeated in the primary.
She is a wannabe politician that has struck out twice, failing to even gain a primary win, yet she is comparing herself to Conway, a woman with a long and successful career who now has one of the most high-profile jobs in the country.
Ms. Keith, you may have fewer wrinkles than Kellyanne Conway, but I can guarantee you she holds far more clout in the class category.