Netflix Comic Who Defended Chris D’Elia Suggests Underage Girl Starts OnlyFans

Netflix Comic Who Defended Chris D’Elia Suggests Underage Girl Starts OnlyFans

Neal Brennan, the Netflix comic and co-creator of Comedy Central’s hit series “Chappelle’s Show,” wrote in a gross tweet Tuesday that “Claudia Conway should make an Onlyfans for White House intel.” OnlyFans is a content subscription service for pornography.

Brennan also made headlines this year for defending comedian Chris D’Elia, who is accused of sexual harassment, grooming, and solicitation of nude photos by multiple underage girls.

Brennan’s tweet is on par with the media’s egregious exploitation of Claudia Conway, the 15-year-old daughter of former White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway and Lincoln Project co-founder George Conway. 

Claudia Conway alleged on TikTok this week that President Donald Trump is “doing badly” as he recovers from the coronavirus. Claudia posted the claims via comments on a TikTok video featuring a screenshot of one of Trump’s tweets that reads, “I feel better than I did 20 years ago!”

The teen wrote in the comment section, “guys lmao [Trump] is not doing ‘better.’” “[H]e is so ridiculous,” continued the teen, “apparently he is doing badly lol and they are doing what they can to stabilize him.” 

The young Conway has a long history of taking to social media to post anti-Trump TikToks, tweets, and livestreams criticizing her parents’ political views and discussing their complicated family dynamic. The media has a long history of feeding into it. Tuesday morning, headlines are suggesting a 15-year-old knows more about Trump’s condition than his doctors. 

Twitter even made Claudia’s TikTok claims a top political highlight on their trending page as journalists are now saying Claudia is the ticket to knowing the “truth about what the f-ck is happening at the White House.” 

Outlets on Twitter are posting things like “we’ve reached the point in the disaster movie where a teenage girl who’s related to one of the villains is our only remaining source of information,” exploiting the troubled teen and fueling the family feud which forced both George and Kellyanne Conway to step away from work this summer. 

On Sunday, Claudia Conway announced on TikTok that she has coronavirus, writing “Hey guys currently dying of covid!”

Claudia posted Friday on TikTok that her mother also has tested positive for COVID-19, about a half hour before Kellyanne announced it herself on Twitter. “Update my mom has covid,” Claudia wrote. “im furious. wear your masks. don’t listen to our idiot f-cking president piece of sh-t. protect yourself and those around you,” she said in a different TikTok

Kellyanne Conway slammed the media in a Twitter post this morning. “My daughter, Claudia, is beautiful & brilliant,” wrote Kellyanne, “She has access to top doctors & health care & lives comfortably Like all of you, she speculates on social media Yet she’s 15 You are adults We have COVID, but it’s clear who’s really sick.”

News outlets have flocked to covering the social media posts of the underage girl ever since New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz brought attention to Claudia’s progressive TikToks in June. Insider and USA Today ran interviews with Claudia. Some outlets, like Teen Vogue, published multiple stories about her social media posts. Others ran extensive recaps of the story as it developed.

In July, George Conway also condemned the media coverage of his daughter’s social media posts, instructing the press to “desist” contacting his daughter. Claudia responded in a stinging since-deleted tweet, “you’re just mad that i’m finally getting my voice heard. sorry your marriage failed.”

Claudia Conway seems to be part of a new trend, albeit on a national scale, where leftists encourage teenagers to publicly antagonize their parents for their political views. In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement and intense social media brainwashing, the media has exploited the angst of an incredible number of American teens, who are now directing their growing pains at their non-woke parents.

Evita Duffy is an intern at The Federalist and a junior at the University of Chicago, where she studies American History. She loves the Midwest, lumberjack sports, writing, & her family. Follow her on Twitter at @evitaduffy_1 or contact her at [email protected]
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