ByFranco Gucci, writer at
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A few weeks ago, did voiceover work as the Joker reading some of Donald Trump's tweets after a fan pointed out that they were so over-the-top they seemed like something Joker would say.

Now Tara Strong - the voice actress for in numerous incarnations of the character - is following in her beloved Puddin's footsteps by repeating Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway's now infamous statements regarding the recent public debacle surrounding new White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. And she did it as Harley Quinn.

To give you a little background, after Donald Trump's inauguration as President of the United States, there was a lot of controversy around how many people showed up after this image comparing his and Obama's inauguration from 2017:

Trump's inauguration in 2017 (left) - Obama's inauguration in 2009 (right)
Trump's inauguration in 2017 (left) - Obama's inauguration in 2009 (right)

Spicer then held a press conference in which he gave several false statements about data concerning Obama's and Trump's ceremonies. After people pointed out the misinformation and that the pictures didn't lie, Conway went on NBC's Meet the Press to clarify the matter:

After being asked about the reason for lying to the public, Conway responded with the now much-mocked "alternative facts" statement:

"Don't be so overly dramatic about it, Chuck. You are saying it's falsehood and they're giving Sean Spicer, our Press Secretary, alternative facts."

The comment rightfully left many scratching their heads, wondering what "alternative facts" where. So, in true Harley Quinn fashion, couldn't resist giving the line in the beloved character's voice and sharing it through her Twitter:

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I don't know about you, but these voiceovers prove Harley and are a match for one another.

Now, to keep you from pondering what the hell "alternative facts" means until you go crazy, watch this video about the evolution of the Joker's laugh along the years instead:


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