Posted by: maboulette | March 26, 2017

Kellyanne Conway’s Tweet about Hillary’s Is Coming Back To Haunt Her


FBI investigations may come and go, but tweets? Tweets are forever.


Kellyanne Conway can attest to this, seeing as how one of her tweets from October 2016 — back when she was criticizing Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server — has recently come back to bite her.


FBI Director James Comey confirmed last Monday that his agency was currently investigating Russia’s attempts to obstruct the 2016 election as well as any conspiracy with Donald Trump’s campaign, and Twitter users got to digging. Someone quickly unearthed a Conway tweet that lay dormant in the 140-character archives for months, just waiting to be revived and relevant again in Trump’s America.

Kellyanne Conway

✔ @KellyannePolls

Most honest people I know are not under FBI investigation, let alone two. …

8:12 PM – 28 Oct 2016

Conway was quick to share her feelings about the Democratic presidential candidate’s character among the FBI’s investigation of her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. 


In a 2016 interview with Fox News, Conway commented on Clinton, saying, “If you’re under your second FBI investigation in the same year then you do have a … corruption and an ethics problem.” Then, following the interview, she tweeted the quote along with what, at the time, probably seemed like a good burn.

“Most honest people I know are not under FBI investigation, let alone two,” she sassed. 


That tweet may have seemed like a good idea at the time, but now that Trump and his administration are under FBI investigation, it’s pretty damn hilarious, ’cause, like, now she’s saying Trump and his campaign, which includes her, aren’t honest, right? Woo!


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