Oh, Kellyanne Conway, is there no depths you won’t dredge to in order to get yourself talked about in the media?
The president’s senior advisor has been the subject of jokes, memes and insanity after doubling-down on Donald Trump‘s claims that former President Barack Obama had the real estate mogul wiretapped.
Speaking with USA Today, Kellyanne Conway (emphasis on “con”) continued with the bizarre claims of spy devices by suggesting that enemies could potentially spy on the president and other Americans through televisions, laptop cameras and one other dangerous tool.
Yes, according to Kellyanne Conway, there are “many ways to surveil each other.” “You can surveil someone through their phones, certainly through their television sets — any number of ways.” The claims she is spouting stem from a Wikileaks report which claims that the intelligence community uses these items to secret record Americans. Kellyanne Conway then went off the deep end by claiming that monitoring could be done with “microwaves that turn into cameras,” before adding: “We know this is a fact of modern life.”
So, before you go to reheat that spaghetti or chicken tenders, make sure you’re fully clothed and not doing anything illegal because the government is now spying on us through our household appliances.
Oh, Kellyanne Conway doesn’t believe in offering evidence to back up her claims, yet says that the White House stands by its claims that Donald Trump was wiretapped by Barack Obama.
What a crock of basura, America.
Here’s what other Americans thought about Kellyanne Conway’s claims in tweets you can see below:
— JustCallMeEd (@JustCallMeEd) March 13, 2017
#KellyanneConway said Obama used microwaves that turn into cameras to spy on Trump, when it was really Bannon keeping an eye his Pizza Rolls
— Alex Iosiovich (@Alex_Iosiovich) March 13, 2017
The scariest thing about our microwaves being used to spy on us is the fact that others now know how many pizza pockets we eat. 😶
— Natalie (@snat1998) March 13, 2017
— Keith Meloy (@kmeloy) March 13, 2017
— Baby Trump (@BabyTrumpz) March 13, 2017
H/T: USA Today