Monday, July 4, 2016

Trump is Currently Being Accused of Raping a 13 Year Old Girl

While the media hyperventilates over Tarmac-Gate, and talks about how can Americans trust Hillary-she used a private email! Private email! Did I mention it was private?-they have said nothing about this shocking story.

We have the GOP nominee being sued for ripping off 40,000 Americans at Trump U, we have many more ripped off at the Trump Institute, and he is still running his for profit businesses while running for POTUS.

Yet the only conflict of interest worth talking about his Bill bumping into Loretta Lynch on the tarmac.

The GOP nominee is also accused of raping a 13 year old girl-and this is not the first time.

"An anonymous “Jane Doe” filed a federal lawsuit against GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump last week, accusing him of raping her in 1994 when she was thirteen years old. The mainstream media ignored the filing."

"If the Bill Cosby case has taught us anything, it is to not disregard rape cases against famous men. Serious journalists have publicly apologized for turning a blind eye to the Cosby accusers for over a decade, notwithstanding the large number of women who had come forward with credible claims. And now history is repeating itself."

"In covering a story, a media outlet is not finding guilt. It is simply reporting the news that a lawsuit has been filed against Mr. Trump, and ideally putting the complaint in context. Unproven allegations are just that - unproven, and should be identified that way. (Mr. Trump’s lawyer says the charges are “categorically untrue, completely fabricated and politically motivated.”) Proof comes later, at trial. But the November election will come well before any trial. And while Mr. Trump is presumed innocent, we are permitted - no, we are obligated — to analyze the case’s viability now."

This brings me back to to something I've argued for awhile. In the Trump U case, the judge-who Trump claimed was so unfair to him, so unfair-actually postponed a verdict till after the election.

This seems too fair to Trump and unfair to those who he is accused of ripping off. After all, what are the chances that a President Trump will be found guilty?

This case needs to be discussed for the simple fact that we could have a sitting President being prosecuted for raping a 13 year old girl. As for not wanting to push allegations, the media had no problem talking about the claims against Bill Clinton. Why are there always different rules with the Clintons than others for the Beltway?

"No outsider can say whether Mr. Trump is innocent or guilty of these new rape charges. But we can look at his record, analyze the court filings here, and make a determination as to credibility - whether the allegations are believable enough for us to take them seriously and investigate them, keeping in mind his denial and reporting new facts as they develop."

"I have done that. And the answer is a clear “yes.” These allegations are credible. They ought not be ignored. Mainstream media, I’m looking at you."

Lisa Bloom points out his proud history of wearing his misogyny like a badge of honor. Then she looks at his history:

"But Mr. Trump has been accused of worse than just misogynist language. Two prior women have accused Mr. Trump, in court documents, of actual or attempted sexual assault. (Mr. Trump denies all the allegations.)"

"Under oath, Ivana Trump accused Mr. Trump of a violent rape."

"First was Ivana Trump, Donald Trump’s first wife, who said under oath in a 1989 deposition that he had violently attacked her, ripped out her hair and forcibly penetrated her without her consent."

"According to the Daily Beast, she claims he was wildly angry that she’d referred him to a cosmetic surgeon who had botched a “scalp reduction” job (to cover a bald spot) and caused pain in his scalp - hence the vindictive yanking on her hair. At the time Ms. Trump said she felt “violated” by the alleged “rape.”

A few years later, after their divorce was settled, Ms. Trump claimed that she did not mean the word “rape” in a “literal or criminal” sense."

A business acquaintance accused Mr. Trump of sexual harassment and “attempted rape”.

"A second woman accused Donald Trump of sexual assault, in 1997. According to The Guardian, then thirty-four year old Jill Harth alleged in a federal lawsuit that Trump violated her “physical and mental integrity” when he touched her intimately without consent after her husband went into business with him, leaving her “emotionally devastated [and] distraught.” The lawsuit called the multiple acts “attempted rape.” Shortly thereafter she voluntarily withdrew the case when a parallel suit against Mr. Trump brought by her husband was settled. When The Guardian reached the woman in 2016 to ask whether she stood by her sexual assault allegations, she responded, “yes.”

"So will the media, who has never put any limits on the rumors they will repeat about the Clintons discuss the very important fact that voters must consider: that a vote for Trump would give them a President currently being accused in court of raping a 13 year old?"

UPDATE: Bill Scher who writes for Politico said this:

"I bet there are reporters trying to get the plaintiff and witness to speak publicly."

I sure hope that's the case. If the plaintiff wants her best chance-as I'm sure she does-she could use the publicity.

After all, if there is a President Trump, it's over for her. No way is any court in the land going to find a President Donald Trump guilty.


  1. A
    President with such an appetite for sex and sbuseing women, ahould be locked up and abused by same! How wwould that feel Don? You are a poor excuse for the human race! President? I DON'T think so! pervert!

  2. Americans need to think seriously about this before November.

    No doubt if the unthinkable happens, the case will be dismissed. Talk about a conflict of interest