After Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway cited a nonexistent Islamic terror attack to justify the recent "Muslim ban" signed by Donald Trump, she was quickly fact-checked over her statement. Despite clarifying her remarks, Conway was mocked and trolled on Twitter the following morning.

Conway trolled

In an attempt to defend Donald Trump from criticism over the aforementioned "Muslim ban" executive order, former campaign manager Kellyanne Conway joined MSNBC host Chris Matthews for a sit-down interview. Conway referenced what she described as the "bowling green massacre," claiming that two Iraqi terrorists had murdered several people in the Kentucky city.

However, the incident never actually took place, and instead, two Iraqi refugees who previously lived in the city, were arrested after being linked to terror activity in the Middle East. Conway lashed out on Twitter in her defense, but as seen on February 3, social media users were not going to let her slide.

"Saddened and sickened by Frederick Douglass' silence surrounding the Bowling Green Massacre," writer and actor Natasha Rothwell wrote on Twitter Friday morning. "Finding these Bowling Green Massacre jokes to be a little too soon," comedian Justin Shanes noted, before humorously adding, "Out of respect, we should wait until it takes place."

Backlash continues

Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton also chimed in, not holding back her thoughts on Conway's blunder, while also referencing the real attempted Islamic terror attack in Paris from earlier that morning.

"Very grateful no one seriously hurt in the Louvre attack ...or the (completely fake) Bowling Green Massacre," Clinton wrote on Twitter, while stating, "Please don't make up attacks."

Actor George Takei decided to give his thoughts with a jab at Kellyanne Conway, continuing his criticism of the Donald Trump administration.

"And now all good Americans must ask: Where were YOU during the #BowlingGreenMassacre?" Takei wondered.

Not stopping there, other social media users created memes in an attempt to troll Kellyanne Conway.

The images range from mock benefit concerts over the fake tragedy, while others claimed to have survived the "Bowling Green massacre."

The hashtag #BowlingGreenMassacre started trending on the social media platform, as the jokes piled on. While the Trump team continues to push back against the media and their critics, it doesn't appear like common-ground will be found anytime soon.