Breitbart’s Curt Schilling Excuses Alleged Trump Sexual Assault: “How Do You Inappropriately Kiss A Porn Star?”

Breitbart’s Curt Schilling Excuses Alleged Trump Sexual Assault: “How Do You Inappropriately Kiss A Porn Star?”

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From the October 28 edition of Breitbart.com’s Whatever It Takes:

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CALLER: Nobody ever decided, you know what I’m gonna do? I’m gonna get famous by coming out against a powerful man. And they go up to Obama --

CURT SCHILLING (HOST): Oh my goodness. Come on, that happens everywhere. That happens everywhere.

CALLER: There’s no Obama allegations or anything. No fourteen women coming out against Obama or against George W. Bush or anything like that. Because they never did anything. I can’t discount any of these -- there’s nothing to gain, there’s none of the stain that Donald talks about or people talk about --

SCHILLING: Sure there is. You would not know who these people are if they didn’t come out.

CALLER: I know but it’s such a weird thing to want to be known for. Why --

SCHILLING: Listen, so now you’re insinuating you understand motive. I don’t. I equate -- and listen, I’m not belittling sexual assault, and anybody that says so is full of crap and putting words on my mouth. It is a horrific crime and people deserve to go to jail for it.

My issue is that -- I look at a lot of -- listen, a porn star came out the other day and said that he kissed her inappropriately. I gotta ask: how do you inappropriately kiss a porn star? How does that work?

Yet that is absolutely -- then you’ve got Gloria Steinem, are you kidding me? Of all people.

Related:

Latest Trump accuser says he hugged, kissed her without permission

Previously:

Fox’s Brit Hume Attacks Latest Trump Accuser’s Claim Because She “Has Sex On Camera For” Money

On CNN, Trump Supporter Betsy McCaughey Calls Sexual Assault Allegations Against Trump "Man-Shaming"

NRATV Complains That Sexual Assault Allegations Against Trump Are Getting Too Much Attention

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Breitbart.com
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Curt Schilling
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Whatever It Takes
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