Brunell Donald-Kyei, the vice chair of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, suggested on Sunday that anyone who votes for Hillary Clinton could be prosecuted for “aiding an abetting a felon.”
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Michael Moore described supporters of Donald Trump as “legal terrorists” because he said that they were voting to “blow up the system.”
On Sunday, Donald-Kyei told Fox News host Pete Hegseth that Clinton’s supporters were the real criminals.
“Anyone that votes for Hillary Clinton is aiding and abetting a felon,” she stated. “A person who deleted 33,000 emails that were under congressional subpoena, and she committed a felony. And anyone that, you know, agrees with her or votes for her is aiding and abetting that felony.”
“Not only that,” she continued. “Pay to play in on the ballot because we know that Hillary Clinton has taken money from countries that behead women and throw homosexuals off buildings. So, you’re aiding an abetting in the murder of homosexuals as well as beheading and disrespect of women.”
“What Donald Trump said is, ‘If they are doing this to me, they are definitely screwing the American people.’ He said, ‘We’re going to stand up tall, I’m going to fight for you. You’re my special interest.'”
Watch the video below from Fox News, broadcast Oct. 23, 2016.
Trump campaign in danger of having lawsuits thrown out over unpaid legal bills: report
According to a report from Politico, Donald Trump's cash-strapped campaign is frantically attempting to collect settlements in legal disputes because it needs the money to fund other lawsuits that are in danger of being dismissed.
Noting that the campaign of the embattled president is pressing Omarosa Manigault Newman to make a delinquent $52,000 payment for writing an unauthorized book about White House doings, the report explains the money is desperately needed.
‘Women didn’t like that’: Fox News host grills GOP chairwoman after Trump interrupts ‘145 times’ at debate
Fox News host Sandra Smith pressed Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel on Thursday over the idea that President Donald Trump could be punished with a "mute button" after he repeatedly interrupted Democratic candidate Joe Biden at Tuesday's presidential debate.
During an interview on Fox News, Smith noted that the Commission on Presidential Debates is considering changing the rules due to the constant interruptions at the first debate between Biden and Trump.
"At any point when you were watching the debate, did you wish that perhaps President Trump didn't jump in there as much as he did?" Smith wondered.
Rod Rosenstein secretly crippled the Mueller investigation: report
According to a report from the New York Times, former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had a hand in limiting the scope of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into ties between Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and the Russians by secretly curtailing an FBI counterintelligence probe.
The report from Michael Schmidt of the Times begins by stating, "The Justice Department secretly took steps in 2017 to narrow the investigation into Russian election interference and any links to the Trump campaign, according to former law enforcement officials," before adding, "But law enforcement officials never fully investigated Mr. Trump’s own relationship with Russia, even though some career F.B.I. counterintelligence investigators thought his ties posed such a national security threat that they took the extraordinary step of opening an inquiry into them."