Kellyannye Conway furthered a claim by suggesting that Obama spied on Trump through a microwave. The internet quickly lost it over this comment, and Conway went on CNN to clarify her words, telling CCN host, Chris Cuomo, "I'm not inspector gadget. I don't believe people are using the microwave to spy on the Trump campaign." Of course, the internet lost it again and couldn't believe Conway compared herself to an animated, clumsy, aloof detective.
Watch the clip ahead of Conway telling Cuomo she's not "Inspector Gadget."
— CNN (@CNN) March 13, 2017
Some people were happy Conway made a true statement.
"I'm not Inspector Gadget" may be the only true statement Kellyanne Conway has ever made.
— Twitnter is Coming (@OhNoSheTwitnt) March 13, 2017
"I'm not Inspector Gadget" -- something Kellyanne Conway said this morning that is actually true
— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) March 13, 2017
Others made it a point to remind Conway of the type of person Inspector Gadget was.
Kellyanne isn't Inspector Gadget, he was at least still part human.
— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) March 13, 2017
@KrisWD40 This is doubly funny since Inspector Gadget is kind of a bumbling idiot. His niece Penny is who solves all the crimes.
— Kel Cecil (@praisechaos) March 13, 2017
Who among us can forget Inspector Gadget's frequent inspection of gadgets, the centerpiece of the show bearing his name
— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) March 13, 2017
One person thought it was time to reveal the truth about themselves as well.
I'm going to drop a bomb here, but I'm also NOT Inspector Gadget.
— Hex Lubinger (@hexlub) March 13, 2017
Instead of making comments like these, it's clear that everyone involved in the White House needs a serious lesson in cybersecurity.