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Donald Trump’s adviser Kellyanne Conway was criticized on social media for referring to Bowling Green as a massacre. The men in question aimed to harm American soldiers overseas. Trump critics quickly leapt to criticize Conway, although the Bowling Green case was certainly very serious. That didn’t stop Twitter from laughing:

http://heavy.com/news/2017/02/bowling-green-massacre-plot-iraqi-refugees-kellyanne-conway-trump-video-waad-ramadan-alwan-terrorists-terrorism-kentucky-al-qaeda-iraq-mohanad-shareef-hammadi/

So, she should had said plot instead of massacre, why are they laughing and mocking her about that?

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SECRETARY TILLERSON: Well, good morning, all. We apologize for being late. It seemed that this year’s prayer breakfast, people felt the need to pray a little longer.

When I wake up each morning, the very first thing I ask myself is: Are all of our people safe? The safety of every single member of our State Department family, regardless of where he or she is posted, is not just a priority for me. It’s a core value, and it will become a core value of this department. (Applause.) This means the State Department family here in the U.S. and all those agencies serving under chief of missions abroad, including Civil Service; Foreign Service officers and specialists; locally engaged staff of host country and third-country nationals; interns, fellows, support contractors and implementing partners; and not least of all, the family members who support us at home and in our service to our country overseas.

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aztek

criticizing is not a word, more like assassination of a character.  

this pic is all over the net, thou i'm sure she is pretty strong, and sht like this doe snot really get her upset;

 

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Claire.
36 minutes ago, Ellapennella said:

Donald Trump’s adviser Kellyanne Conway was criticized on social media for referring to Bowling Green as a massacre. The men in question aimed to harm American soldiers overseas. Trump critics quickly leapt to criticize Conway, although the Bowling Green case was certainly very serious. That didn’t stop Twitter from laughing:

I'm sure Twitter is still laughing.

Of course Kellyanne has conveniently forgotten how she and others crucified the reporter who mistakenly reported that a bust of Martin Luther King was removed from the Oval Office  — regardless of the fact that the reporter quickly issued a correction, as well as several tweets taking responsibility for his mistake. He also apologized in person. But that wasn't enough for them apparently. Even Trump was still going on about it 12 days later citing it as "fake news" and saying it was "a disgrace.

Kellyanne needs to stop being such a cry baby and move on.

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aztek

see no issues there, trump was grilled for his hair and small hands during almost entire campaign,  and yes fake news is a disgrace, i agree with trump and her 100%

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Kellyanne Conway explained that she said massacre when she meant to say terrorists -

When I did a search to see what was going on there was page after page of mocking news reports about it -

all the same more or less -

there is obviously a coordinated attack on her and Trump coming from the Mind Control Media and the Social Media -

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Farmer77
1 hour ago, Ellapennella said:

Donald Trump’s adviser Kellyanne Conway was criticized on social media for referring to Bowling Green as a massacre. The men in question aimed to harm American soldiers overseas. Trump critics quickly leapt to criticize Conway, although the Bowling Green case was certainly very serious. That didn’t stop Twitter from laughing:

http://heavy.com/news/2017/02/bowling-green-massacre-plot-iraqi-refugees-kellyanne-conway-trump-video-waad-ramadan-alwan-terrorists-terrorism-kentucky-al-qaeda-iraq-mohanad-shareef-hammadi/

So, she should had said plot instead of massacre, why are they laughing and mocking her about that?

I found video of the Bowling Green Massacre: (football fans will think its funny) 

 

 

Back to your question though its because she is a very weird ass individual who doesnt appear to have a great grasp on reality , yet thanks to the weakness of Hillary has found herself in an influential position. 

Maybe she does have a grasp on reality and isnt a complete moron, but she certainly appears that way. 

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bee
24 minutes ago, Claire. said:

I'm sure Twitter is still laughing.

Of course Kellyanne has conveniently forgotten how she and others crucified the reporter who mistakenly reported that a bust of Martin Luther King was removed from the Oval Office  — regardless of the fact that the reporter quickly issued a correction, as well as several tweets taking responsibility for his mistake. He also apologized in person. But that wasn't enough for them apparently. Even Trump was still going on about it 12 days later citing it as "fake news" and saying it was "a disgrace.

Kellyanne needs to stop being such a cry baby and move on.

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crucified ---- ?

that reporter probably knew exactly what he was doing re the MLK bust hoping for a mud sticks thing -
I'm sure you've noticed that there is a vicious campaign against Trump and Conway...?
You even contribute to it yourself - 

Your sympathy for the witch hunt against Kellyanne Conway is very telling - 

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Farmer77
Just now, bee said:

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crucified ---- ?

that reporter probably knew exactly what he was doing re the MLK bust hoping for a mud sticks thing -
I'm sure you've noticed that there is a vicious campaign against Trump and Conway...?
You even contribute ti it yourself - 

Your sympathy for the witch hunt against Kellyanne Conway is very telling - 

A whole lot of individuals voicing their opinions can seem like a campaign but I assure you there is no need for a campaign against her. 

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Claire.
1 minute ago, bee said:

.crucified ---- ?

that reporter probably knew exactly what he was doing re the MLK bust hoping for a mud sticks thing -
I'm sure you've noticed that there is a vicious campaign against Trump and Conway...?
You even contribute ti it yourself - 

Your sympathy for the witch hunt against Kellyanne Conway is very telling - 

Yeah sure okay whatever.

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Stubbly_Dooright

Yes, mistakes and on the spot mispoken words happen. Now, if she meant to say 'The Bowling Green terrorists', does that make sense to the whole sentence she was saying in the interview. Ok, I can see if she meant 'the Bowling Green terrorists, who lived in Bowling Green, who were the mastermind behind the terrorist plot over seas, but that is one long sentence right there.

Frankly, maybe we all should look at it like we do other news outtakes you can youtube. ;)

I was going to post some of the videos, but some content can be seen as questionable.  

 

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Setton
1 hour ago, Ellapennella said:

Donald Trump’s adviser Kellyanne Conway was criticized on social media for referring to Bowling Green as a massacre. The men in question aimed to harm American soldiers overseas. Trump critics quickly leapt to criticize Conway, although the Bowling Green case was certainly very serious. That didn’t stop Twitter from laughing:

http://heavy.com/news/2017/02/bowling-green-massacre-plot-iraqi-refugees-kellyanne-conway-trump-video-waad-ramadan-alwan-terrorists-terrorism-kentucky-al-qaeda-iraq-mohanad-shareef-hammadi/

So, she should had said plot instead of massacre, why are they laughing and mocking her about that?

Now why would Twitter be laughing at a spokesperson who claims the reason people didn't here about a massacre is the dishonest media... When the real reason they didn't hear is because it never happened.

It's a mystery, I tell you.

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Claire.

Way to go Kellyanne! :lol:

Kellyanne Conway’s ‘Bowling Green massacre’ wasn’t a slip of the tongue. She has said it before.

Kellyanne Conway thinks she took too much flak for citing a nonexistent “Bowling Green massacre” to justify President Trump's travel ban. She said she simply meant to say “Bowling Green terrorists,” and she later said, “I misspoke one word.”

Except now she doesn't appear to have misspoken at all; she seems to have believed that the Bowling Green massacre was a real thing. How do we know? Because she cited the same nonexistent attack in separate interviews with two other outlets — Cosmopolitan magazine and TMZ.

While discussing why former president Barack Obama halted refugees from Iraq in 2011, Conway explained to Cosmo on Jan. 29: “He did that because two Iraqi nationals came to this country, joined ISIS, traveled back to the Middle East to get trained and refine their terrorism skills and come back here, and were the masterminds behind the Bowling Green massacre of taking innocent soldiers' lives away.”

And she echoed those comments when interviewed by TMZ that same day, as the Daily Beast pointed out Monday afternoon. “He did that because, I assume, there were two Iraqis who came here, got radicalized, joined ISIS, and then were the masterminds behind the Bowling Green attack on our brave soldiers,” she said.

Read more: The Washington Post

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bee
28 minutes ago, Claire. said:

Way to go Kellyanne! :lol:

 

 

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It's all so petty and spiteful towards Kellyanne Conway - but typical of what's going on at the moment -

here's a video about it all and at the end saying that Obama restricted Iraqis coming into the US for 
6 months at that time.. 

edit to say that the exact words were that there was a 'six month suspension of the refugee programme'
(for Iraqis)
 

 

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Setton
28 minutes ago, Claire. said:

Way to go Kellyanne! :lol:

Nice find. Another alternative fact goes phbbt :lol:

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Claire.
Just now, bee said:

It's all so petty and spiteful towards Kellyanne Conway - but typical of what's going on at the moment -

Petty and spiteful? Hardly. She is the first to rage about misinformation, yet doesn't hesitate to dish it out herself. Bowling Green was hardly a slip up. The first time maybe. The second and third time, I don't think so.

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yes --- petty and spiteful

why would she need to deliberately change the facts -- the facts are damning enough on their own -

it was obviously just an error in delivery even if it was repeated - (years apart)

but carry on being full of glee about it if that makes you feel good -

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Likely Guy
2 minutes ago, bee said:

yes --- petty and spiteful

why would she need to deliberately change the facts -- the facts are damning enough on their own -

it was obviously just an error in delivery even if it was repeated - (years apart)

but carry on being full of glee about it if that makes you feel good -

Actually a few days apart.

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Startraveler
4 minutes ago, bee said:

why would she need to deliberately change the facts .

 

You're talking about the woman who literally coined the phrase "alternative facts" to justify lying.

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bee
3 minutes ago, Likely Guy said:

Actually a few days apart.

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ok  ta--- I see how I made that mistake - 

see how easy it is to make a small error --- :) 

phew imagine if I was someone involved with the Trump Administration that would be all over social media
in the next 5 minutes and the Mind Control Media asap --- ridicule and character assassination is the
weapon of choice for the ''''love is our resistance'''' crowd -- :whistle:

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Claire.
2 minutes ago, bee said:

.yes --- petty and spiteful

why would she need to deliberately change the facts -- the facts are damning enough on their own -

it was obviously just an error in delivery even if it was repeated - (years apart)

but carry on being full of glee about it if that makes you feel good -

If the facts are indeed damning enough on their own, then why not simply stick to them? Oh that's right, she can't.. As for feeling good about Kellyanne, there is nothing about her that makes me feel good. When she's not talking in circles, she's uttering inane nonsense, and her own version of the 'truth'. If she doesn't want to be ridiculed, then she needs to change her game.

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bee
10 minutes ago, Startraveler said:

You're talking about the woman who literally coined the phrase "alternative facts" to justify lying.

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I'm sorry but it's late where I am and I'm too tired to deal with yet another mean attack on Kellyanne -
I may come back to it tomorrow -

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Paranormal Panther
3 hours ago, bee said:

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Kellyanne Conway explained that she said massacre when she meant to say terrorists -

When I did a search to see what was going on there was page after page of mocking news reports about it -

all the same more or less -

there is obviously a coordinated attack on her and Trump coming from the Mind Control Media and the Social Media -

.

 

Look on the bright side. She could have mentioned "57 states". She could have said "they're gonna put y'all back in chains" while speaking at a Black church. The progressive media have different rules for different folks and different groups.

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Paranormal Panther
40 minutes ago, Setton said:

Nice find. Another alternative fact goes phbbt :lol:

What would you say if a Democratic spokeswoman did that? I think that it was an honest mistake because she knows how easy it is to check its veracity, but I also think that her mention of "alternative facts" was stupid.

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