In a bombshell victory for President Donald Trump that won’t be reported by the left-wing media, a judge dismissed a lawsuit by a woman who claimed — as it turns out without evidence — that she was forcibly kissed by Trump.
The case was heard by U.S. District Court Judge William Jung.
The case was brought by former Trump campaign staffer Alva Johnson. The Washington Examiner reports:
In February, former staffer Alva Johnson claimed that during a campaign stop in Florida in August 2016, Trump “forcibly kissed” her outside of one of his rallies. In the lawsuit Johnson, who is African American, also alleged that she was paid less than her colleagues.
Here’s where the story starts to unravel.
The Examiner continues:
Johnson claimed then-Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Karen Giorno, director of the Florida campaign, witnessed the alleged kiss, but both women denied seeing Trump kiss her.
Political Hit Job
Judge Jung picked up on the vagueness of the actual complaint quickly, pointing out that the lawsuit appeared to be more focused on hurting Trump politically than documenting any assault.
Jung called out the complainant for politicizing the suit, according to the Examiner:
“As currently stated, the Complaint presents a political lawsuit, not a tort and wages lawsuit,” Jung said in the order. “Plaintiff will receive a fair day in court, but the Court will try a tort and wages dispute—not a political one. If Plaintiff wishes to make a political statement or bring a claim for political purposes, this is not the forum.”
He also made it clear that the suit needed to stand or fall based on actual evidence.
Though this simple battery appears to have lasted perhaps 10-15 seconds, Plaintiff has spent 29 pages and 115 paragraphs in the Complaint setting it forth. Many of these allegations describe 19 unrelated incidents involving women upon whom Defendant Trump allegedly committed nonconsensual acts, over the past four decades with differing circumstances.
In the end, the accuser wasn’t able to come up with any evidence.
But that didn’t dissuade her or the media from trying to smear Trump.
In today’s world, that’s the name of the game — smear a public figure and the media covers it.
When the exoneration comes along months or years later, the damage is done, and no one notices.