Donald Trump campaign official charged with human trafficking

Well this is awkward…

A former Kentucky campaign official for President Donald Trump is due in court on Friday after being charged with human trafficking in the U.S. southern state.

Timothy Nolan, a retired district court judge, was arrested last month and charged with forcing a minor to engage in commercial sex around August 2016.

He is also charged with inducing a minor to engage in sexual activity and giving alcohol to a minor, according to the complaint.

Nolan’s defense attorney said he denied all the charges.

The 70-year-old was appointed to chair Trump’s electoral campaign in Kentucky’s Campbell County last year, according to court documents in an unrelated civil suit in which he was the plaintiff.

Of course this news comes as supporters of President Donald Trump are defending Roy Moore, the Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Alabama, after allegations were made that Moore sexually assaulted a 14 year-old girl when he was 32 years-old.

And while you’re at it, if you want a real laugh, go visit Twitter and read the #boycottKeurig feed, because it’s chock full of conservative snowflakes caterwauling and destroying the Keurigs they already paid for after Keurig pulled its ads from Sean Hannity’s TV show after Hannity defended Roy Moore.


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