Ali Alexander, the leader of the Stop the Steal movement, which falsely claimed Donald Trump won in 2020, is now lobbing accusations at another top conservative group, asserting that Charlie Kirk’s Turning Point USA is using its annual Mar-a-Lago Winter Gala for sex trafficking.
Turning Point USA is preparing for its 5th Annual Winter Gala next weekend at Mar-a-Lago, but an organizer behind some of the ‘Stop the Steal’ rallies in D.C. says he’ll be revealing embarrassing and potentially criminal facts about a host of Republicans before then.
In a series of Telegram posts, Alexander, who has not yet returned to Twitter after Elon Musk’s takeover, offered no specific evidence but lobbed a series of allegations, largely centered around Turning Point USA, which hosts annual summits for students and youth as well as its Mar-a-Lago events.
He accused Turning Point of sex trafficking at its Winter Gala and said that this ‘grift’ was the reason the organization hadn’t “fought for us,” seeming to suggest that other Trumpers hadn’t fought the outcome of the 2020 election as hard as he did.
He also accused Kirk of “slandering” him “in private.” He said he’ll be releasing details on Twitter next week.
Alexander routinely clashes with other right-wingers and has specifically complained about not getting enough credit for his role in the Stop the Steal movement and events.
In one post, he asserted:
“When I take down some ‘Republicans’ on Twitter next week, it won’t be for me. It’ll be for our country…People need to know about the TPUSA Winter Gala Trafficking among other sex scandals (and coverups) which is why these Subsidized Grifters didn’t fight for us.”
He also lobbed attacks at Fox News host Jesse Kelly, former Trump spokesperson Katerina Pierson, and conservative comedy duo Keith and Kevin Hodge — though his accusations against all these individuals amount to a lack of loyalty and devotion to Trump and/or the election denial cause.
Only against Turning Point did he allege such criminal acts as sex trafficking.
In a further post, he added to his claim and seemed to reveal his motive, declaring that there’s evidence available of transportation and housing of victims, and of inappropriate use of nonprofit donations to cover it all up. He also griped about Kirk “slandering” him, and insinuated that he was taking his revenge.
He wasn’t done, either — he went on in further posts to warn that any “mutual friends” who tried to prevent his reveal would “get shot,” and to promise that he keeps secrets for those who don’t “betray” him.
Turning Point USA has not responded to the allegations publicly, and their Mar-a-Lago event is scheduled for Saturday, December 3rd.
If the organization responds to a request for comment, this article will be updated to reflect that response.
Steph Bazzle covers politics and theocracy, always aiming for a world free from extremism and authoritarianism. Follow Steph on Twitter @imjustasteph.