Donald Trump's national spokeswoman Katrina Pierson appeared on CNN's The Lead Tuesday wearing a necklace made out of real bullets, and heads of liberals everywhere exploded.
Progressive outlet Mic chimed in calling the accessory "disturbing." They were also concerned that guest-host Jim Sciutto didn't bother asking Pierson about the "pretty clear political statement" during the segment. But he did later on Twitter:
The Washington Post noted that Sciutto's interview with Pierson focused on sexism, with Trump accusing Bill Clinton of the same lately, and believed that to be the reason he avoided talking about the woman's attire on air. Apparently it was more appropriate to do so behind the glowing screen of his smart phone.
There was other selected liberal outrage from social media, including one from the founder of gun-control activist group Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America:
Mimicking her boss, Pierson held nothing back in defending her fashion choice and celebrating her American liberty:
Ah, yes. Who could forget that wonderful MSNBC moment?