Claudia Conway—the daughter of Trump administration presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway and attorney George Conway—trolled her own mother after the elder Conway accused Democrats of thinking every day is January 6, 2021, while getting abortions and driving electric vehicles.
Kellyanne Conway appeared on Fox News’ Outnumbered on December 20 to criticize Democrats ahead of the third anniversary of the day a mob of former President Donald Trump's supporters attacked the United States Capitol on the false premise the 2020 general election had been stolen.
At the time she made the following remark:
“I think Democrats wake up every morning and they look at the calendar on the iPhone and it says January 6. The date never changes. And then they get into an electric vehicle and go get an abortion.”
You can hear what she said in the video below.
A week plus later, Claudia Conway trolled her mother in a post on X, formerly Twitter:
“Hi sorry I’m back I’ve been driving my electric car to get hundreds of third trimester abortions on January 6, 2021."
You can see her post below.
Interestingly, though Kellyanne Conway regularly defends Trump and the rioters, she told the House Select Committee tasked with investigating the January 6 insurrection that she grew concerned when the protest turned violent and turned to then-First Lady Melania Trump in an effort to get the rioters to stand down.
According to her, Trump "reserves fear for" his wife, so much so Conway believed reaching out to her would be the best course of action.
Her testimony to the House Select Committee was released early last year, part of a series of disclosures following the release of the committee's final report, which held Trump responsible for the attack to subvert the 2020 election results and backed criminal charges against him.
It was clear her daughter wasn't buying what she was selling—and judging by the reactions neither was anyone else who mocked the elder Conway's remarks.
The relationship between Kellyanne Conway—best known for coining the phrase "alternative facts"—and Trump soured some time ago.
Kellyanne Conway wrote in her memoir Here's the Deal she “may have been the first person Donald Trump trusted in his inner circle who told him that he had come up short this time.”
Her admission angered Trump, who quickly denied she'd ever told him he'd lost the election, which he continues to allege was stolen despite all evidence to the contrary.