Photo Of Conway Goes Viral When People See What’s In The Backround – Can You See It? (Photos)

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway has been a favorite target of social media commenters for several weeks now. She’s made some questionable comments during several media appearances, ranging from the ‘alternative facts’ quote to a curious statement about a ‘Bowling Green massacre,’ and she most recently made headlines for a photo of her looking awfully comfy on a sofa in the Oval Office. As the Daily Mail shares, she’s become a hot topic for commenters yet again off of the strength of another photo.

While the first photo led commenters and observers down a road that didn’t need to be traveled, the latest photo has stayed more along the lines of a general curiosity. Conway was being interviewed by a reporter at her home and was photographed. Within one of those snaps was a pic of Conway that was on a nearby table. In that photo, Conway is wearing what can best be described as a cloaked-cape. Social media took it from there.

“Um…” shared the eagle-eyed user that first spotted the pic.

“Holy s***, she’s the Mockingjay! She’s part of the resistance, and all of her bull**** answers have been a cover! Phew,” shared one user.


Hopefully the commentary on this photo stays above board, as the last one that went viral sparked a ton of inappropriate assertions that simply didn’t need to be put out there. Beyond the photo, the ever-quotable Conway also offered up a few gems during her interview.

“What I can say is there are many ways to surveil each other. You can surveil someone through their phones, certainly through their television sets,” she said.

No word on whether she is directly familiar with those practices from time spent adopting her cloaked-cape wearing alter ego. The topic would turn over to the media’s obsession with attempting to prove there are some sort of ties between the Trump administration and members of Russian intelligence, to which she offered up her theory.

“The investigation is about a bunch of people who can’t believe that Hillary Clinton lost the election,” Conway said.

Source: Mail Online
Photo: Twitter