While defending President Trump’s stance on mail-in voting, his senior White House advisor Kellyanne Conway likened standing in line to vote with queuing to buy a cupcake.
Speaking to reporters on the White House lawn, Wednesday, Conway argued that if people can stand in line at the usually-bustling Georgetown Cupcakes in D.C., they can turn up to vote in person.
“People very proudly show up and go to the polls. They really are…I mean they wait in line at Georgetown Cupcake for an hour to get a cupcake. So I think they can probably wait in line to do something as consequential and critical and constitutionally significant as cast their ballot.”
Her remarks come a week after she called Biden a frat boy for wanting a female VP. But this time, Twitter wasn’t having it for equating Americans’ constitutional right to buying cupcakes.