#WomenWhoVoteTrump leads Twitter trends Friday

by Joni B. Hannigan |

(REUTERS/Mike Segar)Supporters of Donald Trump bow their heads in prayer at a campaign rally in Panama City, Florida Oct. 12. Women throughout the nation took to Twitter Oct. 14 making #WomenWhoVoteTrump a top trending Tweet.

ORLANDO (Christian Examiner) – Anita Staver, a prominent attorney and president of the conservative religious freedom organization Liberty Counsel, solidified her position to stand by Trump today, joining with #WomenWhoVoteTrump on social media with her declaration: "#WomenWhoVoteTrump don't necessarily like @realDonaldTrump, but they love God freedom and America #Election2016".

Following a firestorm of controversial accusations this past week that he may have groped and inappropriately touched and kissed women, an organization National Women for Trump, whose Facebook page has over 21,000 likes since it was created in August, sent out an email with the hashtag #WomenWhoVoteTrump.

Women (and men) explain their positions in their Tweets: