On last night’s episode of the “YourVoice America” program, host Bill Mitchell and guest Karyn Turk dismissed allegations made by writer E. Jean Carroll that Donald Trump had sexually assaulted her two decades ago, insisting that Carroll and other women who have made similar allegations against Trump are too “unattractive” to have been assaulted by him.
“It’s so obvious and so transparent to so many of us—I think, especially to women—that these stories really hold no credibility,” Turk said. “There’s like a war on white men in this country and, unfortunately, it’s being perpetuated by these leftist women that have books to sell and have a financial agenda.”
“I don’t understand the Democrats’ strategy,” replied Mitchell. “You would think if they wanted to come out with a woman who apparently, supposedly Donald Trump was aggressive with sexually or something like that, they would pick a woman that you would say, ‘OK, that’s believable.’ An attractive woman. I don’t want to sound sexist by saying this, but some of these women that come out, like in the [Brett] Kavanaugh hearings, you look at them and see pictures of her when she was a teenagers and it’s like, it doesn’t seem plausible to me.”
“These women are unattractive,” Turk agreed. “Let’s just call it for what it is. But you know what? Bill Clinton had no problem with unattractive women, so I guess the Democrats just know no different.”
“I didn’t vote for Donald Trump to be my pastor or my spiritual guide,” Mitchell said later. “I voted for him to lead my country and to run this country like a business and to be a good solid leader and that’s what he’s doing and that’s what I’m happy about. All this stuff from 30, 40 years ago, ‘Yeah, he put his arm around me,’ I do not care.”