I’m Not Drunk, I’m Alternative Sober: Twitter Users Mock Kellyanne Conway With Their #AlternativeFacts


President Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway is facing significant online mockery on Sunday over a statement she made about “alternative facts” during an interview.

Conway was speaking with Chuck Todd on Meet The Press when she was asked about why Sean Spicer used his debut as White House Press Secretary to attack the media and push a “provable falsehood.” Conway defended Spicer by saying that reporters shouldn’t get so “overly dramatic,” and that Spicer was presenting “alternative facts” at the time.

Todd went on to grill Conway’s “alternative facts” defense, which became a hashtag that was subject to media scrutiny and Twitter ridicule:

Some people used the hashtag to shake their heads at Conway’s deflection:

But mostly, people used it to come up with their own ways of interpreting reality:

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