After 11 women have conveniently accused GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump of sexual misconduct weeks before the presidential election, Trump made it known exactly what he plans to do about these allegations after the election is over: he’s going to sue.
Trump gave a major policy speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on Saturday. In the speech, Trump outlined what he plans to do in the first 100 days of his presidency. As part of the speech, Trump acknowledged the allegations against him and told the crowd that none of them were true. He also said that after the election was over, he planned to sue.
“Every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign,” Trump said.”The events never happened. Never. All of these liars will be sued after the election is over.”
Trump spoke about the “dishonest” mainstream media that perpetuated these spurious allegations without vetting them:
The dishonest mainstream media is also part and a major part of this corruption. They’re corrupt. They lie and fabricate stories to make a candidate that is not their preferred choice to look as bad and dangerous as possible.
“They’re trying desperately to suppress my vote and the vote of the American people,” Trump said.
The New York Times, of course, ran with the allegations in two pieces. Trump has threatened a lawsuit against the Times which, according to Western Journalism, has stood by the stories.
The allegations have come with just weeks left before the presidential election and certainly seem to be politically motivated, a point Trump discussed during his speech.
“It was probably the [Democrat National Committee] and Hillary’s campaign who put forward these liars with their fabricated stories,” Trump said. “But we’ll probably find out later through litigation, which we’re so looking forward to.”
Trump has brought attention to the rigged election on the campaign trail, and each voter fraud report, Project Veritas video, and WikiLeaks release has appeared to prove him right.
As Trump noted, it’s absurd that Clinton is even running for president in the first place. “Hillary Clinton should have been precluded from running for the presidency of the United States, but the FBI and the Justice Department covered up her crimes,” Trump said.
Good for Trump. If these women’s allegations are false — and they certainly appear to be — then he should fight back against them. Perhaps doing so will make people think twice before levying false accusations which only serve to ruin people’s lives and make it harder for those with legitimate claims to seek justice.