People Are Hilariously Trolling Kellyanne Conway Over The Nonexistent “Bowling Green Massacre”

1. Welcome to Friday. On Thursday night, Kellyanne Conway said that Trump’s refugee ban was justified because of the “Bowling Green Massacre.” There is no ...
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1. Welcome to Friday. On Thursday night, Kellyanne Conway said that Trump’s refugee ban was justified because of the “Bowling Green Massacre.” There is no such thing.

Conway later said she misspoke, and meant to say “Bowling Green terrorists.” She was referring to two Iraqis who were arrested in Bowling Green, Kentucky, in 2011 for allegedly carrying out IED attacks in Iraq.

3. Of course, now people on Twitter are trolling.

4. The jokes flew in at a rapid rate.

6. Although some were like woah, too soon.

Guys, these Bowling Green Massacre jokes are a little too soon. Out of respect, we should wait until it takes place. #AltFacts

— Rob Lawson (@roblawsonjr)

7. Classic memes were resurrected.

Do you remember the Bowling Green Massacre? ?

— Demetria Obilor (@DemetriaObilor)

Ah, the Bowling Green Massacre. Adele Dazeem deserves the death penalty for that one.

— Jordan Peele (@JordanPeele)

9. And new memes, like President Trump’s whole Frederick Douglass thing, were thrown into the fray.

Saddened and sickened by Frederick Douglass’ silence surrounding the Bowling Green Massacre.

— Natasha Rothwell (@natasharothwell)

10. “The Bowling Green Massacre was a very serious massacre that did an amazing job of massacring and is getting recognized more and more.”

The Bowling Green Massacre was a very serious massacre that did an amazing job of massacring and is getting recognized more and more

— ☕netw3rk (@netw3rk)

11. Spicer was dragged into it.

“fetch me my tie!” sean spicer screams. “w-which tie, sir?” “my tie! the one! my favourite shade: bowling green ma… https://t.co/Vjzw4fO9kt

— Anne T. Donahue (@annetdonahue)

12. “More people were killed in the Bowling Green Massacre than were killed in the Battle of Gettysburg. Period.”

More people were killed in the Bowling Green Massacre than were killed in the Battle of Gettysburg. Period… https://t.co/oZZwRmyv7W

— Sean Spicer Facts (@SeanSpicerFacts)

13. Others tried to find ~photo evidence~ of the massacre.

I witnessed the Bowling Green Massacre and it was terrifying. A picture I will never forget of that horrific day:

— ?️‍?Pinko Nick? (@nkclouisville)

Beryl Cook’s depiction of the Bowling Green Massacre is particularly moving.

— Andrea Mann ? (@AndreaMann)

15. Poor Bowling Green

You coastal elites saying the Bowling Green massacre didn’t happen? Ohio State 77 – Bowling Green 10; Never forget.

— Brian Klaas (@brianklaas)

Our hearts go out to the victims of the Bowling Green Massacre…. #GoBucks

— McNeil (@Reflog_18)

17. “This is the only evidence of a “bowling green massacre” I can find…”

this is the only evidence of a “bowling green massacre” I can find…

— Morgan Murphy (@morgan_murphy)

18. Pray for the victims.

Bowling Green Massacre victims: Paul Ryan’s dignity Marco Rubio’s spine Harambe Voter Fraud Investigation Cecil the Lion #NeverForget

— Jordan Uhl (@JordanUhl)

19. RIP.

Here are all the names of the people that perished in the Bowling Green Massacre. May they Rest In Peace

— Sam Z Comedy (@SamZComedy)

20. Plz support the victims.

if you’d like to donate to the fund for the victims of the bowling green massacre please PayPal me directly

— Max Read (@max_read)

21. Thanks a lot, Obama.

I’m still so furious that because of political correctness the feds refused to investigate the Bowling Green Massacre thanks Obama

— Jesse Singal (@jessesingal)

22. We will never forget.

Based on the true story of the horrific Bowling Green Massacre

— Tasneem N (@TasneemN)

Cortesía de: BuzzFeed