#MeToo movement gives establishment another opportunity to attack Trump
The purpose of the conference was for the women to call for a congressional investigation into alleged sexual misconduct by POTUS.
CBS News tweeted out a statement announcing the event.
Women who have publicly accused President Trump of sexual harassment and assault will unite for the first time to speak out about their experiences on Monday, December 11, at 10:30 AM. At the press conference, hosted by Brave New Films, the women will call for accountability and an investigation by Congress of sexual misconduct by the president.
The women will share their firsthand accounts of President Trump groping, fondling, forcibly kissing, humiliating and harassing women. They are among the at least sixteen women who have come forward to accuse the president of sexual misconduct. Their disturbing allegations came to light before the post-Weinstein era of accountability for sexual misconduct and the rise of the #MeToo movement.
In November, Brave New Films released “16 women and Donald Trump,” which tells the stories of the sixteen women who have publicly reported sexual harassment and assault by President Trump. These brave women have all spoken out individually. The video, which has been viewed over six million times, compiled their stories in one place for the first time. Now they are gathering in person to speak out and call for accountability.
Brave New Films is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization that is supposed to be non-partisan, but they are funded by multiple far-left groups like Soros’ Open Society Foundations and Media Matters For America.
In October, Infowars covered Soros’ $18 billion transfer to his Open Society Foundations, which was seen as a major move in the globalist’s war against Trump.
Watch the full press conference below.