After the leaked video of Donald Trump making derogatory remarks about women and a number of women stepping out and claiming as the Republican frontrunner’s victims, Trump’s supporters are also coming to the rescue using the hashtag #NextFakeTrumpVictim on Twitter.
Trump supporters all rally behind the Republican bet as more and more women step out and accuse him of sexual assault and harassment. Just recently, five women came out and Gloria Allred, a high-profile sexual assault lawyer, said that her office is busy.
On the other hand, there are those who are skeptical about the timing of women who were allegedly sexually abused or harassed by Trump. MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough said he is skeptical about this “October surprise.”
“There have been a thousand of these reports already — I’m just asking why all of a sudden this stuff is blowing up in October,” he said in a tweet which was already deleted for fear of being lynched by his colleagues in the media.
Scarborough was correct because he found himself being heavily criticized. The Occupy Democrats site said that the MSNBC personality might have forgotten that the real “October Surprise” was the leaked recording of Trump making derogatory remarks about women and not guilty nor afraid about it. The reason why the women are stepping forward only now, continues the site, is because they know that they cannot be sued for libel.
Despite the criticisms and the evidence against Trump, his supporters did not back down but flooded Twitter with “TheNextTrumpVictim hashtag to shame those women and those who are about to do so.
Here’s a couple of tweets regarding the issue with the #NextFakeTrumpVictim hashtag
Kenny Neunner tweeted, “It’s amazing how these women waited 30 years and several WikiLeaks releases to come forward, all on same day.#NextFakeTrumpVictim.”
Then, another one from Dr. Calhoun said, “Bill’s accusers are Democrats. All #Trump’s accusers are Democrat Hillary supporters. Why no GOP accusers for Trump.#NextFakeTrumpVictim.”
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