After yet another gaffe-laden interview on CNN where she bluntly stated that the U.S. invaded Afghanistan under Commander in Chief Barack Obama -- missing the actual invasion date by eight years -- it was inevitable that Twitter would create #KatrinaPiersonHistory in honor of the Trump campaign spokesperson.
Appearing on CNN Saturday morning, Pierson found that out that it was much easier for her boss to make up stories, get facts wrong and generally lie without being called-out face to face.
Attempting to deflect attention away from the GOP's presidential nominee who sarcastically -- or maybe not -- claimed President Barack Obama was the "founder" of ISIS, Pierson went a step further saying Obama invaded Afghanistan after the surge in Iraq.
"After the surge when al Qaeda was in ashes. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton — remember we weren’t even in Afghanistan by this time," she stated. "Barack Obama went into Afghanistan creating another problem."
Pressed by CNN host Victor Blackwell -- who was stunned by an assertion that was completely at odds with history -- Pierson stood firm, saying, "Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton — that was Obama’s war, yes.”
Thus was born, #KatrinaPiersonHistory.
Obama wrote the Nuremburg laws while he was high on eight-balls in Munich, 1933. #KatrinaPiersonHistory— O DEATH, where is thy STING? Mayhap under the SOFA (@O DEATH, where is thy STING? Mayhap under the SOFA)1471117547.0
"And then Khrushchev blew up the Challenger." #KatrinaPiersonHistory— Larry Richman 🌊 (@Larry Richman 🌊)1471117656.0
Obama's popularity tanked when he fired General McArthur in the middle of the Korean War. #KatrinaPiersonHistory— Quarantined Marcus Halberstram (@Quarantined Marcus Halberstram)1471117304.0
"Obama was the one who decided to kill all those people at that one wedding thing." #KatrinaPiersonHistory https://t.co/ey5SG5kskM— Zaid Tabani (@Zaid Tabani)1471117220.0
#KatrinaPiersonHistory “Obama was the guy in the Donner party who said, ‘More Steve, anyone?’”— Harold Itzkowitz (@Harold Itzkowitz)1471116976.0
One of the most important moments in civil rights history was Larry King's "I have a dream" speech. #KatrinaPiersonHistory— Mark Schenkel (@Mark Schenkel)1471116634.0
Obama gave away the Panama canal that Ronald Reagan built with his own two hands. #katrinaPiersonHistory— Shoq (@Shoq)1471114695.0
When Obama didn't prevent Ted Cruz from killing all those ppl in the 60s #KatrinaPiersonHistory— Steve King (@Steve King)1471118126.0
And it wouldn't be complete without Harambe: