A Super Offensive Hashtag Is Trending About Trump's Alleged Assault Victims
Donald Trump's fans on Twitter have reached a new low.
This morning, the incredibly offensive hashtag, #NextFakeTrumpVictim started trending.
The hashtag was believed to have started on the forum 4chan, where a lot of extreme Trump fans like to hang out.
This is so upsetting.
The hashtag is a response to a recent New York Times article about two women who finally decided to come forward and speak out about incidents where the presidential candidate allegedly sexually assaulted them.
Of course, Trump's fans are calling bullshit. He himself called the claims “fiction.”
Some took issue with the timing of these accusations.
They believe these women aren't telling the truth because it's just too convenient now that election day is so close.
Most are just making disgusting jokes about how they will be, and want to be, the “Next Fake Trump Victim.”
#nextfakeTrumpvictim I was in daycare with him over 65 years ago. He touched me inappropriately while he was giving me a push on the swing
— Deplorable Smidge (@smidgean) October 13, 2016
But Trump fans aren't the only ones involved in the discussion.
Some are calling out this horrible hashtag that promotes victim blaming.
In the last few weeks, things haven't been going well for Trump at all.
There's footage — actual proof — that Trump doesn't respect women at all. Just watch the infamous Hollywood Access footage from 2005 where he says,
I better use some Tic Tacs, just in case I start kissing her. You know I'm automatically attracted to beautiful [girls]. I just start kissing them. It's like a magnet. Just kiss. I don't even wait. And when you're a star they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything.
It's scary that this man is running for office.
It's scary he has so many fans, including OTHER WOMEN, who refuse to believe that he could sexually assault someone, especially when this video exists.
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