Kellyanne Conway Calls on ‘Paid Protesters’ to ‘Cut it Out’ [VIDEO]

Following several nights of civil unrest and violent protests after Donald Trump’s victory on Tuesday, Trump’s former campaign manager and possible press secretary, Kellyanne Conway, call on Democrats to tell their paid provocateurs to “cut it out.”

“It’s time really for President Obama and Secretary Clinton to say to these protesters, ‘This man is our president.'” Ms. Conway said in a Sunday interview on NBC’s Meet the Press.

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That wasn’t all. Conway specifically called out Democrat Senator Harry Reid and said that he was acting like a “garden-variety political pundit” who was “egging on” the protests, many of which had turned violent.

Conway then went on to declare that Trump “is going to be a president that listens and takes the counsel of many different people, including those from the other side of the aisle.”

She later told Fox News Sunday, “I hope President Obama calls Harry M. Reid today and says, ‘Cut it out.'”

“If this is going to be a time of healing, we must first put the responsibility for healing where it belongs: at the feet of Donald Trump, a sexual predator who lost the popular vote and fueled his campaign with bigotry and hate,” Chris Wallace read on air from a portion of a statement produced by Harry Reid.

“Winning the Electoral College does not absolve Trump of the grave sins he committed against millions of Americans,” he continued reading. “Donald Trump may not possess the capacity to assuage those fears, but he owes it to this nation to try.”

“Talk about not wanting my children to listen to somebody,” Conway retorted. “I’m calling for responsibility and maturity and decency.”

She also went on to point out that many of the protesters were “paid.”

We know that many protesters were actually bussed in, and that there were a plethora of website posts that indicate that protesters were paid. Additionally, we know that George Soros was behind much of the funding of these protests.

On Sunday, over 70 people were arrested in Portland during violent protests by agitators.

Look at these little darlings. Do you think any of them actually hold a real job down?

This is nothing new. In September, protests in Charlotte, North Carolina took the nation’s headlines. Among those arrested during those protests, more than 70% of them were from out of state.

Recall the protests and violence that erupted in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014. I reported on one young man that said he knew there were provocateurs being brought in and paid for their service to stir things up.

Trump has already blasted “media-incited” protesters and labeled them as professionals.

There is no doubt that the more these kinds of protests erupt, the more we are seeing a Hegelian dialectic set up in which more of a police state will be imposed. This isn’t just about some protests across the country, it is about breaking down society for a brave new world.

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