Donald Trump’s presidential campaign spokeswoman Katrina Pearson responded to criticism of her appearance during a December 28 CNN interview.
Katrina Pearson, who made a name for herself by defending Donald Trump against various attacks, boasted a necklace made up of bullets and their cartridges on CNN. The segment had nothing to do with guns, violence, or gun control, but the necklace was quite noticeable.
Hours after the first broadcast of the interview, Shannon Watts, the founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, sarcastically tweeted that “for sure” Katrina Pearson wore the bullet necklace “to draw attention to the 90 Americans shot daily.”
Shortly afterwards, Katrina Pearson responded to Shannon Watts’ covert criticism with her promised trolling: “Maybe next time I will bear fruit and inform 50 million aborted people who will never be on Twitter.”