Press conference accusing Robert Mueller of sex assault FLOPS

A press conference staged by pro-Trump activists that was meant to air allegations that Special Counsel Robert Mueller sexually assaulted a woman ended up being a flop when the alleged victim failed to show.

Jack Burkman, a conservative lobbyist, and Jacob Wohl, a right wing conspiracy theorist, spoke to reporters in a Washington D.C. Holiday Inn on Thursday. 

They had previously promised that a California woman in her 30s would be speaking alongside them to reveal what they claimed were allegations of sexual assault by Mueller from 2010.

But at the last minute they backtracked and said the woman – who they named as Carolyne Cass – ‘panicked’ and feared for her life when she arrived in D.C. so took another flight to an undisclosed location. 

Jack Burkman (left), a conservative lobbyist, and Jacob Wohl (right), a right wing conspiracy theorist, held a bizarre press conference in a Washington D.C. Holiday Inn on Thursday

Jack Burkman (left), a conservative lobbyist, and Jacob Wohl (right), a right wing conspiracy theorist, held a bizarre press conference in a Washington D.C. Holiday Inn on Thursday

Jack Burkman (left), a conservative lobbyist, and Jacob Wohl (right), a right wing conspiracy theorist, held a bizarre press conference in a Washington D.C. Holiday Inn on Thursday

As Burkman and Wohl’s press conference started trending on Twitter, Hollywood’s Chrissy Teigen asked for help understanding what was happening. 

‘Can someone break down with jacob wohl did in one tweet. like a cliffs note please – my timeline is a mess I don’t have the energy,’ she tweeted.  

The 20-year-old social media personality responded by posting a graph of Google trends that showed how many people searched his name compared to Teigen. 

‘I became more famous than you. That’s what happened,’ he tweeted.

Teigen fired back: ‘This is literally just a graph proving people had to google your dumbass to figure out who you are’. 

During Burkman and Wohl’s 45-minute press conference, the pair struggled to divulge basic details about the accuser and even spelled her name wrong repeatedly.   

In the absence of the alleged victim, the pair said they had a signed affidavit from the woman alleging that Mueller raped her in a New York hotel room on August 2, 2010.  

During Burkman and Wohl's 45-minute press conference, the pair struggled to divulge basic details about the accuser and even spelled her name wrong repeatedly

During Burkman and Wohl's 45-minute press conference, the pair struggled to divulge basic details about the accuser and even spelled her name wrong repeatedly

During Burkman and Wohl’s 45-minute press conference, the pair struggled to divulge basic details about the accuser and even spelled her name wrong repeatedly

As Burkman and Wohl's press conference started trending on Twitter, Hollywood's Chrissy Teigen asked for help understanding what was happening

As Burkman and Wohl's press conference started trending on Twitter, Hollywood's Chrissy Teigen asked for help understanding what was happening

As Burkman and Wohl’s press conference started trending on Twitter, Hollywood’s Chrissy Teigen asked for help understanding what was happening

The 20-year-old social media personality responded by posting a graph of Google trends that showed how many people searched his name compared to Teigen, which prompted her to label his a 'dumbass'

The 20-year-old social media personality responded by posting a graph of Google trends that showed how many people searched his name compared to Teigen, which prompted her to label his a 'dumbass'

The 20-year-old social media personality responded by posting a graph of Google trends that showed how many people searched his name compared to Teigen, which prompted her to label his a ‘dumbass’

The pair did not give any other proof of the alleged assault and said she not reported her claims to New York police.

They also contradicted themselves and gave cryptic answers to questions as they bizarrely dished out compliments to each other.

At one point, Burkman called Wohl a ‘child prodigy who has eclipsed Mozart’.

Earlier this week, Mueller’s team has asked the FBI to look into claims that women were offered money to fabricate sexual assault allegations in a bid to discredit him.

The scheme was uncovered after a woman who said she worked for Mueller decades ago told several journalists she had been offered $20,000 to accuse him of sexual misconduct. 

‘When we learned last week of allegations that women were offered money to make false claims about the special counsel, we immediately referred the matter to the FBI for investigation,’ Mueller’s spokesman Peter Carr said. 

Carr’s statement came on the same day that Burkman announced plans to ‘unveil the first of the sex assault victims of Robert Mueller’ in D.C. on Thursday. 

Burkman said he was speaking to five women who claimed they were assaulted by Mueller. He denied paying them for the information. 

Earlier this week, Robert Mueller's team has asked the FBI to look into claims that women were offered money to fabricate sexual assault allegations in a bid to discredit him

Earlier this week, Robert Mueller's team has asked the FBI to look into claims that women were offered money to fabricate sexual assault allegations in a bid to discredit him

Earlier this week, Robert Mueller’s team has asked the FBI to look into claims that women were offered money to fabricate sexual assault allegations in a bid to discredit him

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