Trump Declares April Sexual Assault Awareness Month & The Irony Is Too Real
The Pussy-Grabber-in-Chief has been accused of sexual misconduct by at least 16 women.
Despite the incredibly large elephant in the room, Donald Trump is upholding an Obama-era tradition and proclaiming April "National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month."
"Sexual assault crimes remain tragically common in our society, and offenders too often evade accountability," a statement from the White House read. "These heinous crimes are committed indiscriminately: in intimate relationships, in public spaces, and in the workplace. We must respond to sexual assault by identifying and holding perpetrators accountable."
There is something so disturbing about listening to a man who bragged about getting away with sexual assault celebrate National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. President Trump has been accused of sexual misconduct by at least 16 women on record. The accusations range from assault, groping, nonconsensual kissing, sexual harassment, and purposefully walking in on women changing.
The Pussy-Grabber-in-Chief also has been caught making several inappropriate comments about touching or kissing women without their consent.
"When you're a star, they let you do it," Trump can be heard saying on the infamous 2005 Access Hollywood tape, which surfaced during the 2018 election. "You can do anything. Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything."
Despite all of this, Trump continues to deny any allegations of misconduct and has called his accusers "liars."
"We must encourage victims to report sexual assault and law enforcement to hold offenders accountable, and we must support victims and survivors unremittingly," the White House-issued Presidential proclamation read.
If only our President would hold himself accountable first.