Just 24 hours after the latest mass shooting took place in America and both sides of the political aisle are playing the blame game. For Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway, she was quick to defend Donald Trump over the incident.

Conway on Texas shooting

On Sunday morning in Sutherland Springs, Texas, 26-year-old Devin Patrick Kelley approached the First Baptist Church with weapon in hand. In the minutes that followed, Kelley opened fire and unloaded on the outside and inside of the building, killing 26 and injuring dozens more. After being chased off by an armed civilian, Kelley engaged in a shootout with law enforcement before taking his own life with a single gunshot wound.

In the aftermath of the shooting, both liberals and conservatives reacted as one would expect in a heated and partisan political climate. Democrats quickly called for gun control and liberals highlighted that the shooter was a white male. In return, Republicans attempted to dismiss the incident as strictly a mental health issue, including Donald Trump, with right wing publications falsely claiming the shooter was an angry member of "ANTIFA" who targeted Christians due to his alleged atheism. However, the latest round of reports show Kelley targeted the church due the frequent attendance of his mother-in-law, who he was found to have sent threatening messages to in the days prior to the attack.

Police have gone on the record to refer to the incident as a domestic issue with no apparent religious or political motive. Despite this, Kellyanne Conway appeared on the November 6 edition of "Fox & Friends" and ripped into those opposing the president over his reaction to the shooting.

Joining the hosts on Fox News on Monday morning was Kellyanne Conway who was quick to fall back to the default position of most Republicans and conservatives.

"The rush to judgment, particularly by people who just see politics and Trump derangement in every single thing they do, it doesn't help the victims," Conway said, while hitting back at those who have "pointed fingers" at conservatives on social media.

"It's so beyond any type of reasonable response that anyone should have...why people see politics immediately," Kellyanne Conway went on to say, before warning that "there is evil among us." Conway then went on to double down on her attack on critics of the president, accusing liberals of "taking to Twitter in the comfort of their very luxury lives" and not helping charities and those who are in need.

Twitter reacts

Not long after Kellyanne Conway made her comments, critics hit back on social media. "It’s almost impressive how dumb she is," one tweet read.

"Protecting the NRA creates the Victims & the Dead," a Twitter user wrote. "I still find it funny the ones saying it’s a mental health problem first steps are to pray and talk to an invisible man in the sky," another tweet asked.

"Kellyanne is still employed? More unbelievable than another mass shooting," an additional tweet noted. "Is there not a 'Schumer beauty' of a policy responsible for this one? You play politics and shamelessly spew hypocrisy with each tragedy," yet another tweet added. The backlash continued as those on left and right spare over the latest tragedy.