Former Breitbart.com reporter Michelle Fields made headlines in March when she said Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski grabbed her and threw her down on the ground after Donald Trump’s Jupiter, Florida victory speech.
The Gateway Pundit’s Kristinn Taylor was in the room at the time and did not see the incident in question. He was the last reporter to film Corey closing up the event with reporters.
Video of @CLewandowski_ ending press Qs after Trump presser in Jupiter, FL Tuesday. pic.twitter.com/fe8HwUCnPz
— Kristinn Taylor (@KristinnFR) March 9, 2016
Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields filed criminal assault charges with Jupiter, Florida police against Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski several days after the incident. Fields claims she suffered a slight bruise when Lewandowski “intentionally” assaulted her.
Unfortunately for Fields a video was later released and posted on The Gateway Pundit that showed nothing happened.
In the video Fields does not flinch. Her facial expression does not change. This proves that what Michelle Fields has been telling the media was fabricated.
Via Special Report:
The sham charges against Lewandowski were later thrown out of court.
But that hasn’t stopped Michelle Fields, now a Huffington Post reporter, from repeating her lie.
Fields repeated her Lewandowski lie in her new book.
The Hill reported:
Journalist Michelle Fields addresses her run-in with Donald Trump’s campaign manager and her views of the GOP presidential candidate in her forthcoming book, due out later this month.
Fields discusses the incident in a four-page “Note to the Reader” at the beginning of “Barons of the Beltway: Inside the Princely World of our Washington Elite – and How to Overthrow Them.”
Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski was seen on security footage at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida taking hold of the reporter’s arm on March 8, as she attempted to ask the candidate a question after a press conference.
“I lost my balance and nearly fell to the ground,” Fields wrote in her book, a copy of which was provided to The Hill ahead of its sale date of June 21. “That moment started a whirlwind I didn’t ask for and didn’t want, and a story that took on a life of its own.”
Palm Beach county prosecutors ultimately decided in April against pursuing a simple battery charge against Lewandowski that was filed by police in Jupiter, Fla., and Trump’s camp argued the charges were overblown.
Oh Michelle, you crazy loon. Please seek help.