WATCH: Trump’s Latest Accuser Says Most People Think Of RAPE As “Sexy”

Written by K. Walker on June 25, 2019

The more this lady is out there, the nuttier she looks.

The latest woman to accuse President Trump of improper sexual behavior — in this case, it’s an accusation of rape — is E. Jean Carroll, the advice columnist for Elle magazine for 26 years, and a former writer for Saturday Night Live. (I think we can see why SNL sucks so much!)

Oh, and she’s selling a book that’s anti-men.

She’s… a bit of an odd duck.

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Here’s a profile of E. Jean Carroll that shows just how strange she is.

In her book titled, “What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal” E. Jean Carroll has a list — “The Most Hideous Men Of My Life List,” and guess who is on there? You betcha, it’s President Donald J. Trump. To be clear, it’s not just Trump that she’s accusing of rape. There are other men (and boys) that she accuses of sexually abusing or harassing her. There’s the 7-year old boy who would force her to “put things inside herself” when she was a young girl of about the same age, the experience of attempted rape at knifepoint with an unnamed college boy which she never spoke of, and of course, her Bergdorf changing room encounter with The Donald.

It’s interesting how she frames the story, though. For example, when she recounts the very disturbing encounter with the college boy in his car in the woods, she makes reference to Emma Sulkowicz, aka “Mattress Girl” who accused an exchange student, Paul Nungesser, of rape and ruined his life until his graduation from Columbia and stole years of his life as he attempted to clear his name.

Had I been an artist, I could have carried the front seat of the car the boy was driving wherever I went on Indiana University’s campus to protest his assault like Emma Sulkowicz carrying her mattress around Columbia University in the greatest art show of 2014, but I didn’t think of it. Perhaps hauling around just the gearshift would have sufficed. But, like many women who are attacked, when I had the most to say, I said the least.

Source: New York Magazine

Oh, and Sulkowicz was discredited. There were also text messages following the alleged “rape” from Sulkowwicz that Nungesser attempted to provide as evidence that was not permitted to be presented to the tribunal — who cleared him anyway.

Sulkowicz is an interesting choice of role model. Who is next, “Jackie” from the fake UVA rape, or the stripper that accused three members of the Duke Lacrosse team of gang rape?

Perhaps her inspiration is Jemma Beale who has accused 15 strangers of rape but is now heading to jail for a decade for filing false police reports. 

But Carroll, who is currently schlepping her book, isn’t planning on filing a report even though she has assurances from Mayor Bill DeBlasio that the NYPD would investigate the incident if a complaint was filed.

The Left insists that we “Believe all women” but sometimes women lie. Especially if there is something that they can get out of it.

So, does E. Jean Carroll have any possible motivation for accusing the Most Powerful Man In The World of rape just as her anti-men book is being released and he’s about to run for his second term? I’m thinking yeah. And, well, she’s just a really bizarre character. Does that mean that we should completely dismiss her claim? No. But I think it should hold up under scrutiny. Let’s see if it does.

From her book:

Early one evening, as I am about to go out Bergdorf’s revolving door on 58th Street, and one of New York’s most famous men comes in the revolving door, or it could have been a regular door at that time, I can’t recall, and he says: “Hey, you’re that advice lady!”

And I say to No. 20 on the Most Hideous Men of My Life List: “Hey, you’re that real-estate tycoon!”

I am surprised at how good-looking he is. We’ve met once before, and perhaps it is the dusky light but he looks prettier than ever. This has to be in the fall of 1995 or the spring of 1996 because he’s garbed in a faultless topcoat and I’m wearing my black wool Donna Karan coatdress and high heels but not a coat.

She then says that he asks for help finding a gift for “a girl” that he doesn’t identify. They go through handbags and hats, but then, Trump insists on lingerie (or possibly underwear, Carroll can’t remember which) and they head over to that section of the store.

There are two or three dainty boxes and a lacy see-through bodysuit of lilac gray on the counter. The man snatches the bodysuit up and says: “Go try this on!”

You try it on,” I say, laughing. “It’s your color.”

“Try it on, come on,” he says, throwing it at me.

“It goes with your eyes,” I say, laughing and throwing it back.

“You’re in good shape,” he says, holding the filmy thing up against me. “I wanna see how this looks.”

She says that the security cameras might have picked something up, but they don’t have them from 23 years ago.

Bergdorf’s security cameras must have picked us up at the 58th Street entrance of the store. We would have been filmed on the ground floor in the bags-and-hats sections. Cameras also must have captured us going up the escalator and into the lingerie department. New York law at the time did not explicitly prohibit security cameras in dressing rooms to “prevent theft.” But even if it had been captured on tape, depending on the position of the camera, it would be very difficult to see the man unzipping his pants, because he was wearing a topcoat. The struggle might simply have read as “sexy.” The speculation is moot, anyway: The department store has confirmed that it no longer has tapes from that time.

So, no evidence. She did tell two friends who recall her telling them about the incident.

What exactly happened? They head to the change room, and the SNL writer thinks she’s going to get the real estate mogul to put on lingerie over his pants — but then, she claims he forcefully kisses her.

I am astonished by what I’m about to write: I keep laughing. The next moment, still wearing correct business attire, shirt, tie, suit jacket, overcoat, he opens the overcoat, unzips his pants, and, forcing his fingers around my private area, thrusts his penis halfway — or completely, I’m not certain — inside me. It turns into a colossal struggle. I am wearing a pair of sturdy black patent-leather four-inch Barneys high heels, which puts my height around six-one, and I try to stomp his foot. I try to push him off with my one free hand — for some reason, I keep holding my purse with the other — and I finally get a knee up high enough to push him out and off and I turn, open the door, and run out of the dressing room.

The whole episode lasts no more than three minutes. I do not believe he ejaculates.

Source: New York Magazine

Actually, Carroll does say that she may have some evidence. She claims that she still has the coat dress hanging on the back of her door and it’s not been laundered since the incident 23 years ago. (Eeeew!)

So, everyone in the Media(D) are taking this woman’s allegations seriously — just like they did with Michael Avenatti’s client Julie Swetnick, who ridiculously accused Justice Brett Kavanaugh of running a gang rape ring while he was a high school sophomore.

President Trump has responded to the accusation saying that Carroll “isn’t my type” and that “it never happened.”

Carroll had a weird (and very leading) interview with Alyson Camerata on CNN on Monday:

She says she’s going to keep fighting, but when she went on MSNBC and spoke to Lawrence O’Donnell, she gave a very, very strange response why she would not bring charges against Trump. She said that it would be disrespectful to the women at the border that are being raped. What?!

But of course, that appearance on New Day with Camerota wasn’t enough for CNN. She had to make it on Prime Time so that all 12 of the CNN viewers could see her.

She said that she was “too panicked to be scared” which was weird, but then… what she said made Anderson Cooper cringe. Carroll begins by saying, “The word rape carries so many sexual connotations. It just hurt.” Cooper responded, “I think most people think of rape as a — I mean, it is a violent assault, it is not a sexual…” She says, “I think most people think of rape as being sexy. Think of the fantasies.” Cooper then, very flustered, cuts to commercial.

Watch the bizarre responses by E. Jean Carroll to Anderson Cooper’s questions on CNN:

No. Just — No. Nobody sane thinks that.

But if she thinks that rape is “sexy” then maybe she’s projecting some sort of fantasy here. She did say that she found Trump rather attractive.

She seems to either have something wrong with her, mentally speaking, or she’s drugged out.

Kinda makes you almost feel bad for Cooper, eh? Right up until the moment that you remember that CNN was the “news” outlet that legitimized Michael Avenatti.

The Media(D) is giving this woman free publicity while leftwing sites are saying that nobody is taking her claim seriously.

Vox claims that it’s so revealing that the coverage of Trump in the Media(D) is not covering the story. WHAT?! “Why E. Jean Carroll’s assault accusation against Trump wasn’t front-page news.

Ummm… but it is, though.

The Wrap‘s headline: “NY Times Editor Says Paper ‘Underplayed’ E. Jean Carroll’s Trump Attack Accusations”

The Atlantic blames the so-called “lack of interest” on “attention fatigue”: “The Cruel Paradox at the Heart of E. Jean Carroll’s Allegation Against Trump”

Or maybe it’s because she’s not credible? I know that’s not popular to say in the “Believe all women” era, but it’s true. She appears to be a man-hating person who has some mental health issues. She’s invoking the Jonathan Swift satirical piece, “A Modest Proposal,” in the title of her book where Swift suggests that the way to deal with the “problem” of impoverished Irish children is to use them as a source of food. Is she suggesting that we do away with all men?! Going just by the title, that seems to be the premise.

Maybe the Media(D) “journalists” suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome need to rethink giving every anti-Trump nutter with a book deal a platform for their hate and carefully examine what these people have to say.

Just a thought.

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ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, occasional Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll

 

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