WATCH: Megyn Kelly Launches Sickening Plan To Destroy Donald Trump

WATCH: Megyn Kelly Launches Sickening Plan To Destroy Donald Trump

Megyn Kelly is trotting out the grievance brigade on her failing television show.

Appearing on her Today show on NBC, three women — Samantha Holvey, Jessica Leeds and Rachel Crooks — are rehashing their own past allegations that Donald Trump had sexually assaulted them all while he was still working as a businessman. The three women are now demanding “justice,” but instead of going through a police officer or a court, they’re heading straight for hair and makeup chairs to cry on national television.

The three women, who are giving their exclusive interviews to Megyn Kelly, with a backdrop of concerned women looking on, are all bringing up major allegations that should have been dealt with at the time and are now nothing but a vicious attack on a fantastic President.

Former Miss North Carolina, Samantha Holvey, said that she interacted with Trump in 2006 during a pageant review while the women were “indecent.” Side note, as someone who has worked on stage — sometimes the stage hands or directors will walk in while everyone in the cast is in a state of undress, because they don’t care what you look like, they just want to make sure you’re going to be on time. Holvey said that she thought it would be great to meet Trump, but said that Trump looked her over “like I was just a piece of meat… I was not a human being… I was just simply there for his pleasure. It left me feeling very gross, very dirty, like this is not what I signed up for.”

Rachel Crooks said that she was assaulted when he forcibly kissed her on the lips in one of his office buildings. Jessica Leeds reports an incident that happened when she was 38 and on a flight, next to Trump in first class, comparing his hands to that of an octopus.

The women chorused with each other, saying that they were “shocked” and “devastated” at their treatment by the man that they will not face in court and instead have a sympathetic ear from the woman whose career was crushed right alongside Hillary Clinton’s.

While the interview was airing, the White House put out a statement decrying these women, who have been pushing their allegations in the media since the election and are refusing to file a report or go to court to defend their claims:

“These false claims, totally disputed in most cases by eyewitness accounts, were addressed at length during last year’s campaign, and the American people voiced their judgement by delivering a decisive victory.”

At the start of the month, Megyn spoke up again about her previous allegations against Roger Ailes, the founder of Fox News who died last May. Megyn first published her allegations in 2016 and in the wake of the trouble with her “friend” and “supporter” Matt Lauer at her new NBC network, she brought the issue back up again. Megyn described an incident that, after shoving Ailes off of her, she reported to her supervisor who told her that it’s best to “steer clear” of Ailes.

You can watch the segment here:

Margaret M.

Internet Specialist at Warfare Media.

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