Conservative pundit Charlie Kirk gets destroyed online after blatant lie about Trump accusers
Conservative pundit Charlie Kirk on MSNBC (Screen capture)

Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk said on MSNBC Sunday that he does believe the women accusing Alabama ex-Chief Justice Roy Moore of sexual abuse and believes the accusations against Sen. Al Franken, but that he does not believe the women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual harassment, forcible kissing, groping and other forms of assault.


Kirk falsely claimed that all of sexual harassment and assault accusations against Trump have been "thrown out of court."

As Newsweek reported, a woman who claimed Trump raped her when she was a 13-year-old girl dropped her lawsuit against Trump just before the election in 2016, citing threats against her life.

Ex-wife Ivana Trump accused Trump of violently forcing himself on her in her 1989 divorce testimony. Former business partner Jill Harth accused Trump in 1997 of attempting to force her into sex, groping her and harassing her on multiple occasions.

Harth dropped her suit after Trump settled a separate lawsuit in which she was involved. None of these cases were "thrown out of court."

A lawsuit by former "The Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos is currently moving forward and recently subpoenaed the White House for all campaign records related to accusations of sexual assault and harassment against then-candidate Trump.

Twitter let Kirk have it.

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