Ann Coulter Labels CPAC Leader Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations

( – Ann Coulter is known for her bare-knuckled approach to politics. She has been a leading voice in the conservative media for decades. Now, she’s taking aim at the leader of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

Matt Schlapp, the chair of the American Conservative Union (ACU), the organization that hosts CPAC, is being accused of sexual misconduct. He’s being sued by one of his alleged accusers. There are two new alleged instances of misconduct involving male staffers.

On Friday, August 25, Charlie Gerow, the ACU vice chairman, stepped down from his position within the organization. As he was leaving, The Washington Post reported that he suggested an independent investigation should take place to look into the sexual misconduct allegations against the chairman.

Coulter shared an article about the latest allegations on X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, saying, “We found your groomer.”

Conservatives have been using the slur “groomer” against the LGBTQ+ community. It pushes the false narrative that gay people are more likely to be pedophiles. The new allegations against Schlapp are that he tried to kiss one male staffer in 2017. The accused reportedly showed proof of the incident to the Post. The other male accuser claimed the chairman made unwanted physical advances during a Florida trip in 2022.

The lawsuit against Schlapp in the Virginia Circuit Court claims the chairman fondled a male accuser as he drove him back to his hotel.

Schlapp has denied wrongdoing. Matt Smith, an executive chairman with ACU, has said the allegations against Schlapp are false. He claimed Gerow and others who don’t like Schlapp are lying because they want to force him to step down from his position within the ACU. Smith claimed that Gerow only made the allegations when he knew the board was not going to reelect him.

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