NEW: Make Your Donation To The ‘Bowling Green Massacre’ Victims Fund (VIDEO)

A new website has just appeared, allowing grieving Americans to donate to those innocent lives that were lost so tragically in the “Bowling Green Massacre.”

I’m sure you’ve heard of that terrible event. It took place just yesterday.

In Kellyanne Conway’s tiny brain.

Where it promptly leaked out of her mouth and onto the airwaves. Ms. Conway was trying to justify President Bannon/Trump’s Muslim ban-that-isn’t-a-ban.

The terrible Islamic terrorist attack never took place in the actual real world, but that kind of thing has never mattered to Kellyanne or her bosses. They don’t need no stinking facts when they want to tell a story.

So Kellyanne went on TV and talked about the terrible Bowling Green Massacre, much to the hilarity of the Internet. The tweets were brutal.

And today the website appeared. It is called “The Bowling Green Massacre Victims Fund.”

The wording on the page is hilarious.

“We all still carry the vivid memories of what horrors occurred at Bowling Green, but some still relive those moments everyday as they work to rebuild a community torn apart.”

The page goes on to talk about how important it is for all of us to remember how our “fortitude and compassion” unite us all in such difficult time.

There is a “donate” button on the page.

Just so people can show how they truly feel about the story of the “Bowling Green Massacre.”

When visitors click on that “donate now” button, they are immediately redirected. See, there aren’t any actual victims of the Bowling Green Massacre. Unless you count the truth. Or Kellyanne Conway’s shrinking credibility.

Instead of sending your money to an alternative victims’ fund, you can send it to a place that will put the money to very good use.

That would be the American Civil Liberties Union.

Bam. Pretty funny.

Karen is a retired elementary school teacher with many years of progressive activism behind her. She is the proud mother of three young adults who were all arrested with Occupy Wall Street. To see what she writes about in her spare time, check out her blog at "Empty Nest, Full Life"