To trust your microwave or not? That's the question the internet is asking themselves after Kellyanne Conway suggested former President Barack Obama spied on Donald Trump with "microwaves that turn into cameras." Though Conway has clarified her comments and doesn't actually believe the statement she did make, the internet is shook and has no idea how to feel about their microwaves anymore.
Some people are being extra careful around their microwaves.
Not today, Satan pic.twitter.com/lz0L1nvGcq
— Mick Rouse (@mickrouse) March 13, 2017
Kellyanne suggests surveillance can include microwaves. So when I reheated coffee this morning, was careful not to pass on intel to Russia.
— Mike Lupica (@MikeLupica) March 13, 2017
— Charles M. Blow (@CharlesMBlow) March 13, 2017
Others are trying to figure out how to get in contact with Obama.
— The Anti-trump (@DtothaMFV) March 13, 2017
This new microwave was a bad idea pic.twitter.com/GpyfxRsijK
— Daniel Lin (@DLin71) March 13, 2017
Some, like Mia Farrow and Congressman Adam Schiff, are trying to use their microwave for new purposes.
.@KellyannePolls, I want you to know I tried turning my microwave into a camera, but found it pretty awkward to take selfies.
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) March 13, 2017
Thanks to Kellyanne Conway I now have a richer relationship with my microwave it's teaching me Russian. pic.twitter.com/glw71ZYhwF
— Mia Farrow (@MiaFarrow) March 13, 2017
If you're scared of your microwave, one Twitter user has a solution.
hey trump, solved your little microwave problem... pic.twitter.com/ZiGI2zj8gb
— Jordan Uhl (@JordanUhl) March 13, 2017