The Legacy Media would like everyone to think President Trump raped a poor woman and has now been ordered to pay her $83.3 million (gotta love how the Freemasons always get their “33” in there).
What a horrible person he must be!
But….is that really true?
As usual, I just report and I let you decide.
But I’m going to give you a lot of facts you may never have heard before.
Starting with this:
Did you know this? pic.twitter.com/xWCSaTd9in
— DailyNoah.com (@DailyNoahNews) January 27, 2024
I posted that to Twitter earlier today, but I thought it merited an entire article that could be shared around to get the TRUTH out.
And of course it’s not true just because I saw it on Twitter or posted it to Twitter.
I only post to Twitter when I have first verified it myself.
And this, my friends, is TRUE!
Not only is it true, but the details are very hard to believe.
And I’m going to give you a lot of sources, starting with Grok:
Kind of reminds me of the Clinton Kill List….you know, how the Clintons have over 100+ close friends or co-workers who have all died or committed suicide under extremely strange circumstances…
Worst luck ever!
Same with this E. Jean Carroll lady…worst experience with men ever I guess!
Or she’s the boy who cried wolf. I’ll let you decide.
ChatGPT confirms the details:
E. Jean Carroll, besides her accusations against Donald Trump, has also accused Les Moonves, the former CEO of CBS, of sexual assault. In her book “What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal,” she detailed an incident involving Moonves. Carroll described that, during an interview for an Esquire profile in 1997, Moonves allegedly groped her in an elevator at the Hotel Nikko in Beverly Hills. She characterized his actions as aggressive, comparing him to an octopus due to his manner of touching her. Moonves has emphatically denied these allegations. These are the only notable public figures Carroll has accused of sexual misconduct other than Donald Trump.
Yes, E. Jean Carroll has also accused several other individuals of sexual misconduct, including a babysitter’s boyfriend, a dentist, a camp counselor, an unnamed college date, and an unnamed boss. These accusations are part of the various claims she has made about experiencing sexual assault or misconduct during her life. These allegations are mentioned in the context of her broader narrative and experiences as discussed in her book and public statements.
So you have to decide….is she credible?
In case you didn’t know, E Jean Carroll has accused many men of raping or sexually assaulting her…
Including a babysitter’s boyfriend, a dentist, a camp counselor, an unnamed college date, an unnamed boss and CBS chief executive Les Moonves – Per The National Pulse
This is why…
— Ryan Fournier (@RyanAFournier) January 27, 2024
But now let’s look at the details around some of these incidents….
She accuses former CBS CEO Les Moonves of assaulting her in an elevator.
Hmmm, I’m skeptical.
Has she ever ridden in an elevator before?
Even the longest elevator ride of all time lasts probably less than a minute?
And there’s the risk it could stop at any time on any floor, right?
I mean, we have all ridden an elevator before, that’s how they work.
So you mean to tell me the CEO of CBS was so overwhelmed with random sexual lust after this lady that he just decided to assault her randomly on an elevator?
And to what end?
I mean, it’s not like he’s going to get his peener out and start slipping it in, so it’s just the sexual gratification of feeling her up in an elevator? And then what?
A man of that position could likely get dozens of women (and likely may have done so) but on a random elevator ride?
I just don’t get it.
Who does that?
Who would even think of doing that?
Here’s what CBS reports:
Carroll also claimed she was assaulted by Moonves, who was ousted from CBS September 2018 after multiple claims of sexual assault and sexual harassment that spanned decades. In the excerpt, Carroll described an incident in the elevator of a Beverly Hills hotel in the mid-1990s following an interview for a magazine article. She described extensive groping, including “goosing and scooping and pricking and prodding and jabbing.” In a statement to New York magazine, Moonves said he “emphatically denies” the incident occurred.
So this CEO of a big TV network just randomly decides to give her a goosing in an elevator?
That would be laughed off as a bad TV or movie script, but she claims this really happened?
Just like the case of President Trump.
Here’s what she claims about President Trump, also from CBS:
In the article, an excerpt from her new book, Carroll claimed she ran into Trump at the department store and he asked for advice on a gift for “a girl.” Carroll claimed they eventually ended up in the lingerie department where Trump coerced her into a dressing room.
“The moment the dressing-room door is closed, he lunges at me, pushes me against the wall,” she wrote.
“He seizes both my arms and pushes me up against the wall a second time, and, as I become aware of how large he is, he holds me against the wall with his shoulder and jams his hand under my coatdress and pulls down my tights,” she wrote.
She then described an apparent rape.
Carroll said she was able to push Mr. Trump off of her and run away. She said the alleged incident lasted no more than three minutes.
So it’s the exact same confusing claim…
Has she ever actually used a department store dressing room?
They’re usually very small, with a flimsy door, no sound proofing, and you’ve got people constantly coming and going, trying on clothes, the attendant knocking on the door to see if you need anything else….
You mean to tell me that Donald Trump, who was basically running New York at the time and could and did get basically any woman he wanted, decided his best move was to lure this random lady he had never met into a department store dressing room and rape her for three minutes?
Not only is that not logical, it doesn’t even make any sense!
Not to mention you think Donald Trump was really shopping by himself at some department store?
I doubt it! He probably had a team of personal shoppers.
Nothing about the story makes sense.
So you have an established pattern of this woman making wildly illogical allegations of rape or assault in public places that seem very ill-fit for such things.
But it doesn’t end there….
In her book she also accuses babysitter’s boyfriend, a dentist, a camp counselor, an unnamed college date, and an unnamed boss of sexual misconduct.
Do we have a pattern here?
Is she just the unluckiest woman ever….or is she the boy who cried wolf?
Well, let’s now look at some more evidence.
So this woman keeps accusing famous people of rape, but she also went on CNN and told Anderson Cooper that she, and I quote, “thinks rape is sexy”.
What kind of a nutcase says that?
Even Cooper appears stunned and tries to cut to commercial, and Carroll then says it again before Cooper can get out.
He appears extremely shocked.
Wanna see it?
The jury didn’t get to, but here it is:
Judge Kaplan refuses to allow the Anderson Cooper Interview on CNN of E. Jean Carroll wherein Carroll says, “Rape is sexy,” and numerous other things that totally exonerate me. Judge Kaplan is refusing me my Constitutional Right to Due Process, to defend myself against this False… pic.twitter.com/rrYuJxipXy
— Donald J. Trump Posts From His Truth Social (@TrumpDailyPosts) January 26, 2024
Oh, also did you know her “allegation” of rape closely parallels an episode of Law & Order?
BREAKING: A jury in Manhattan just ruled that Donald Trump must pay $83 million to the “rape is sexy” lady.
Her accusation also is the exact plot line of a Law and Order SVU episode.
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) January 26, 2024
Let’s go even deeper….
Here are some of the things this lady has posted online:
So….what is most likely?
Is she just an innocent lady with the worst luck of random men she has never met before raping her in public places?
Or is she a sex-obsessed kook who thinks “rape is sexy” and perhaps lets these sick fetish fantasies spill over into real life false accusations?
As I said at the beginning, I’m not telling you what to believe, I’m just reporting and asking you what you think: