“Bullet necklace” Trump spokeswoman is great at trolling liberal America by Jenni Avins

Donald Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson appeared on CNN this week wearing a fetching necklace made of real bullets in gold, silver, and, um, gunmetal tones. Lest viewers think this was solely a fashion statement and not a political one, Pierson, responding to CNN correspondent Jim Sciutto on Twitter after he inquired about the necklace following the Dec. 29 segment, referenced the Second Amendment.

Made in #Texas! Real ammo. #2A Support your local small business owners!#Trump2016 https://t.co/6T4zYWDqeR

— Katrina Pierson (@KatrinaPierson) December 29, 2015

She then continued to enrage—and puzzle—many people with her response to activist Shannon Watts’  suggestion that the necklace might draw attention to gun deaths in America:

Maybe I’ll wear a fetus next time& bring awareness to 50 million aborted people that will never ger to be on Twitter https://t.co/UTomoyYXLK

— Katrina Pierson (@KatrinaPierson) December 30, 2015

That’s correct, Pierson said perhaps her next fashion statement could be a fetus, to “bring awareness to 50 million aborted people that will never ger [sic] to be on Twitter.”

The liberals freaking out about my accessories are sexist. They only approve of women in pant suits and jackets. Oh, and tampon earrings.

— Katrina Pierson (@KatrinaPierson) December 30, 2015

Yep. If you suck at your job, they would ignore you. #BadgeOfHonor to be attacked by media. My book will be YUGE! 😆 https://t.co/hJPdYqmTXn

— Katrina Pierson (@KatrinaPierson) December 29, 2015

Typos aside, Pierson is no dummy, and she is proving to be as deft at trolling liberal America as her boss—although this particular strategy may have been inspired elsewhere.

In November, Pierson was forced to smirk through a Fox News segment in which her thunder was stolen by Muslim activist Saba Ahmed, who appeared wearing an American flag hijab to defend US Muslims against Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric in the wake of the Paris attacks. Pierson appears to have learned from the experience

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