Team Trump leaves door open for microwave spying and Chelsea Clinton is having none of it

Written on:March 14, 2017
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Sean Spicer told the world on Tuesday that, no, microwaves are not a good way to spy on people.

That was in response to Queen of Alternative Facts Kellyanne Conway, who recently said the kitchen appliances are just one of the many ways Big Brother was probably watching Donald Trump during his campaign (as he believes but has not yet proven).

Claiming Conway’s earlier comments were “made in jest,” Spicer didn’t completely rule out the possibility of microwave spying: “The microwave is not a sound way of surveilling someone,” he told reporters. Read more…

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