This post was written by Orion Calvin
Michelle Fields, the ex-Breitbart reporter who alleged that Trump manager Corey Lewendowski grabbed her forearm (when video evidence shows he didn’t even touch her,) and threw her to the floor, is no stranger to playing victim.
Here are Miss Field’s greatest complaints:
“I’m mulling suing Michelle Fields because she made up that I hacked her,” the Ginge told The Mirror this week during a phone conversation. “I’m thinking of doing it. I haven’t totally made a decision yet. I’m thinking Trumpets would get into it.”
Accused Allen West, a USA Veteran, of molestation:
Michelle Fields is an attention seeker who once claimed Allen West groped her but later went silent. https://t.co/J86Ej42eYx
— Corey R. Lewandowski (@CLewandowski_) March 10, 2016
“The police officers were beating the protesters with batons, and were also beating the media,” Fields told TheDC. “They hit Direna and me with batons. They hit other members of the press in order to get them to move out of the street.”
“Direna had a camera in her hand and I had a microphone, and we were being hit,” she said. “When I fell to the ground I said at one point, ‘I’m just covering this! I’m covering this!’ And the officer just said, ‘Come on, get up, get up,’ before pulling me up by my jacket.’”
It would appear that Ms. Fields, the child of a privileged Hollywood upbringing, believes that there is one set of rules for her and another, the law, is for the rest of the people, the commoners. She might find life a little easier to navigate if she were to drop that privileged perspective.