Monday, February 6, 2017

Kellyanne Conway pushed her fake 'Bowling Green massacre' story more than once ---WTF

Business Insider           ALEX LOCKIE             February  6th 2017 
White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway cited a demonstrably false "massacre" as justification for President Donald Trump's temporary immigration ban in an interview with Cosmopolitan Magazine days before making headlines by saying the falsehood on MSNBC's "Hardball."

Conway said in a phone interview with Cosmo on January 29th that Obama had called for a temporary ban on Iraqi refugees after the nonexistent "Bowling Green massacre."

"Why did he do that? He did that for exactly the same reasons. 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," Conway told the magazine.

The Obama administration did in fact review the refugee program from Iraq after the incident in Bowling Green, but did not outright ban refugees in the way that Trump's executive order has.

Two Iraqi refugees in Bowling Green, Kentucky were arrested in 2011 and indicted on federal terrorism charges accusing them, in part, of providing material support to Al Qaeda in Iraq, but no attack ever took place. The refugees were ensared in a FBI sting operation.
When Cosmo reached out to the FBI about Conway's account, an FBI spokesman told the magazine that their facts were "incorrect."

Cosmo didn't publish Conway's remarks initially, but on Friday, Conway told the same story on "Hardball." Immediately, she corrected herself issuing tweets saying that she misspoke, saying she meant to say "Bowling Green terrorists" and not "Bowling Green massacre."

In an interview with Fox News' Howard Kurtz on Sunday, Conway again defended the legitimacy of her story.
"I should have said plot or I should have just called them terrorists. ... I clarified immediately. I should have said terrorists and not massacre," Conway said. "I'm sure it will live on for a week."

"I misspoke one word. The corrections in the newspapers that are attacking me are three paragraphs long every day," she added.

Witchy sez:
That is all a lie. No one wants sanctuary for terrorists . BUT you people who are afraid of EVERYTHING are being played like a fiddle by tRump's regime.

You can't make this stuff up; and disagreeable news is fake news, yet Trump's trailer trash believe every word.
Everything about Kelleyanne Conway is FALSE and FAKE.  Just like her boss!
Now  folks .... a word to the wise :  Massacre and terrorists are not even close in meaning.  Words have consequences and Kellyann just found that out?  How long has she been spokesperson for Trump and prior to that Ted Cruz?  Come one GOPers stop defending incompetence.  Had Obama's spokesperson made such an egregious mistake, you would have been all over it like stink on s##t!

The more Conway  speaks, the more she lies and twists and manipulates.


  1. I can't stand the Conway chick and I can't stand Spicer. Both of them are professional liars who defend every damaging psychotic move Trump makes. They are all scary people and Witchy is so right other president would have been allowed to get away with half the shit Trump has. I find it hard to say President Trump because that implies I respect him.
    Witchy is also right that Obama never shut down immigration. He just made the vetting more thorough and longer.
    Be a good little Witchy and smile and look pretty
    Love PIC