Bullet necklace critics shut down by Trump spokeswoman: ‘Maybe I’ll wear a fetus next time’

A “bullet necklace” worn by Donald Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson has drawn the gun-grabbers out of the shadows to condemn her choice of jewelry.

Proving she can give and well as she gets, the former congressional candidate from Texas fired back by saying next time she might wear a “fetus” necklace.

Pierson wore the necklace made of bullets during an appearance Tuesday on CNN and Shannon Watts, founder of the Michael Bloomberg-backed Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, quickly took to social media to denounce the decision:

Responding a little more than an hour later, Pierson set her sights on the left’s unholy grail — abortion:

As expected, the “peace-loving” left came after Pierson with the proverbial long knives, though she also had her share of supporters.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses from Twitter:

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