There are many ridiculous people who defend and support Donald Trump. Then again, to support such an unhinged, self-sabotaging imbecile like the “president” takes a certain type of person lacking any desire to care about little things like truth, facts, or reality. They have to possess the ability to present completely absurd and not-at-all rational “reasons” for his never-ending bizarre behavior as “fact” — no matter how stupid they look doing so.
During a Monday morning appearance on Fox & Friends, she once again proved that there’s no completely idiotic thing she won’t say in defense of Trump. This time claiming that when he admitted he was under investigation for obstruction of justice, he didn’t actually mean that, he was just being “ironic.”
“That’s the President responding to a Washington Post report that included five anonymous sources,” Conway said. “And that’s the President in his 140 characters, through his significant social media platform, Ainsley, telling everybody, ‘wow, look at the irony here.’”
It’s amazing how stupid Republicans treat the people supporting them.
Let’s start out with the fact that, in no way, does Trump’s tweet where he admitted to being under investigation indicate he was being “ironic” or referencing a story from The Washington Post:
I am being investigated for firing the FBI Director by the man who told me to fire the FBI Director! Witch Hunt
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 16, 2017
That tweet literally starts out with him admitting, “I am being investigated..”
From a man who loves to bash the media, it seems rather odd that, in a tweet Conway claims was him referencing a report by The Washington Post, he wouldn’t use his usual whiny attacks of “fake news media” or some other specific reference to the particular story.
Furthermore, if he’s referring to a press report, then why did he add the words “witch hunt” at the end of his tweet? That’s a phrase he’s repeatedly used when referencing the FBI, special counselor Robert Mueller, and even his own Justice Department.
Then her claim that he was limited to “140-characters” is completely ludicrous.
Yes, each tweet has a 140-character limit, that’s true. However, Trump’s proven, on many occasions, that he’ll fire off several linked text messages in a row as part of a much larger rant he can’t fit inside of one tweet. So this notion that he couldn’t convey the supposed “irony” of his statement is total bullshit.
This is just another example where Donald Trump says or does something, officials from his administration or various representatives of his come out and deny exactly what he said, then they all whine about the backlash media coverage as people mock how ridiculous they all are for trying to sell people on this idea that direct quotes and indisputable facts aren’t actually real.
Watch her comments below via Fox News: