Katrina Pierson Blames Tech Glitch With Earpiece For Saying Obama Invaded Afghanistan


Donald Trump spokesperson Katrina Pierson has been thoroughly mocked and called out after blaming President Obama for invading Afghanistan in 2001. Pierson has admitted to her error but she blamed a technical glitch with her earpiece during the interview with CNN. Because that moronic blunder couldn’t have possibly happened because she’s a f*cking idiot, right?

The Texas Tribune reports:

“I obviously meant to say Syria and not Afghanistan,” Pierson told the Tribune, adding that while the U.S. never launched a full-scale war in Syria, she was referring to efforts to back Syrian rebels fighting against President Bashar al-Assad.

She blamed the error on a technical glitch — she could hear her voice echoing in her earpiece throughout the segment — and said it was so distracting that she jumbled her thoughts.

She gave a similar explanation for another recent flub: Earlier this month, Pierson charged that Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were responsible for the death of Capt. Humayun Khan, whose parents have been outspoken critics of Trump. Khan died in 2004, long before Obama was in the White House.

That time, she said two of her thoughts ran together when she heard a producer in her earpiece telling her to wrap up ahead of a commercial.

President George W. Bush led the U.S. invasion into Afghanistan in 2001, weeks after the September 11 terror attacks.

Pierson told the Tribune that she’s done more than 600 interviews for Trump and only misspoke “0.03” percent of the time.

Ms. McCrazyFace has also blamed Obama for Capt. Humayan Khan’s death in the Iraq War in 2004. Ms. Liar Pants also said that her tweet implying that the 9/11 terror attacks was an inside job was in reference to the Benghazi attacks.

Ms.Crazy Pants told the Tribune that she was referring to Benghazi which took place two days before the tweet on Sept. 11, 2012.

“Katrina is a valuable member of our team,” Trump spokesman Jason Miller said on Sunday. “We’re glad to have her onboard. She’s onboard pretty early with Mr. Trump. As you heard her say, there was some audio difficulties hearing that question.”


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