Kellyanne Conway is being questioned today about a trip she recently took to New Mexico, allegedly to make a point in defiance of her critics.
There she is said to have dug up the grave of former Senator Carl Hatch, who died in 1963. Hatch is best known for the 1939/40 Act named after him, which forbids Federal employees from engaging in political activity.
“Clearly repeatedly violating his Act was not enough to satisfy her.”
Witnesses to the event say she then proceeded to violate the remains in a number of highly disturbing ways.
“There is something wrong with that woman. We knew that already, of course, but now we know there is something really wrong with that woman.”
Her latest actions fall foul of a number of laws, however it is not expected she will be sanctioned in any way, as usual.