Oh Please. Woman Alleging Trump Kissed Her Without Consent Cries on MSNBC ‘I Was Afraid’ (VIDEO)
And the Oscar for best performance goes to….
The Trump Russia canard is crumbling so the media has drummed up another fake scandal to harass President Trump.
Enter Alva Johnson.
Alva Johnson, 43, a former staffer to Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign claims he kissed her without consent at a small gathering just before a Florida rally, an encounter she says still haunts her and causes her anguish.
And she wants money!
Ms. Johnson appeared on fake news MSNBC Tuesday night and cried as she recalled her traumatic encounter with Donald Trump.
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes spoke to Alva Johnson Tuesday evening and she broke down in tears as she recounted how she felt after the Billy Bush tape was released.
” So when I heard the audio (Billy Bush tape) I was screaming in my car, I’m like ‘oh my God that exactly what he did to me.'”
“I never went back to work…I was afraid,” Johnson said.
"I never went back to work…I was afraid."
Alva Johnson, ex-campaign aide who alleges Donald Trump kissed her without consent prior to Aug. 2016 campaign rally, describes her response to the "Access Hollywood" tape. pic.twitter.com/x35umeeqAT
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) February 27, 2019
Here’s how it all went down via the Washington Post (try not to laugh):
Wearing a dark suit and red tie, carrying an umbrella, Trump walked up to the RV as Johnson stood back and took video. “Good job, boss,” she said as he greeted supporters, according to footage she provided to The Post.
Johnson brought volunteers into the RV to take pictures with Trump. She noticed that Trump was attempting to make eye contact with her, she said in the interviews and lawsuit. When it was time for the rally, Johnson said Trump passed her as he exited the RV.
“I’ve been on the road for you since March, away from my family,” she told him, according to the lawsuit. “You’re doing an awesome job. Go in there and kick ass.”
Trump grasped her hand, thanked her for her work and leaned in, she said.
“Oh, my God, I think he’s going to kiss me,” she said in an interview, describing the moment. “He’s coming straight for my lips. So I turn my head, and he kisses me right on corner of my mouth, still holding my hand the entire time. Then he walks on out.”
She said she stood there, feeling humiliated, and Bondi gave her a smile as she walked out of the RV. Karen Giorno, director of the Florida campaign, grabbed Johnson’s elbow and gave it a tug, Johnson said in the interviews and lawsuit.
Two people Ms. Johnson alleges to have witnessed the encounter, a campaign staffer and then-Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi both denied seeing the kiss, in an interview with the Washington Post.
Alva Johnson is seeking unspecified damages for emotional pain and suffering and claims she just can’t move on with her life because she is so distraught.
According to The Post, Alva Johnson moved to seal a years-old court case in which two family members had sought a restraining order against her shortly after she began lawyer shopping for this suit against Donald Trump.
Alva Johnson said she’s a registered Democrat who voted for Barack Obama in 2008 and in 2012 — but became interested in the Trump campaign because of a politically active Republican family member.
Alva Johnson was so traumatized that she attended one of the inaugural balls and twice applied for jobs in the Trump administration.
Whose tears were more believable? Jussie Smollett’s or Alva Johnson’s?