Here is some advice for the erstwhile advice columnist who has just been awarded $5 million by Donald Trump: Stop conversing.
The longer E. Jean Carroll and her attorney keep their case in the public view, the longer ordinary Americans who do not serve on juries in Manhattan will be forced to doubt the veracity of her story.
And that means they will have more time to ponder Carroll’s social media posts about Trump that would make any reasonable person suspicious.
Carroll was awarded $5 million on May 9 by a federal jury in New York, which found that the now-former president defamed Carroll when he denied her allegation that he had raped her in a Manhattan department store in the 1990s, as the establishment media widely reported last week.
The jury awarded her approximately $2 million for sexual assault and approximately $3 million for defamation.
Trump, who has consistently refuted the allegation, has filed an appeal of the verdict, which is hardly a shock.
The fact that Carroll and her attorney, Robbie Kaplan, are not content to merely bank the $5 million and pursue additional legal action against the former president on similar grounds behind closed doors may be more surprising.
Instead, Carroll and Kaplan appeared on “The Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC on Monday, one of the platforms for the “Russia-collusion” fabrication during the Trump administration.
And this publicity gives the American public more time to consider Carroll’s case, particularly the Facebook posts she published years after the alleged assault.
According to the conservative website Twitchy, Carroll not only called herself a “massive” fan of Trump’s reality show “The Apprentice” in a 2012 post, but in another tweet from the same year, she posed the question: “Would you have sex with Donald Trump for $17,000? (Even if you could A) Give the money to Charity? B) Close your eyes? And he’s not allowed to speak?)”
This screen shot of E Jean Carroll Facebook message is starting to circulate. Interesting timing of it.
I cant confirm or deny it but I found the timing odd that it started its rounds…
IF TRUE, She asked if you would have *** with Donald Trump for $17,000.
I watch patterns and… pic.twitter.com/thSsDBExeI
— Kagens Looking Glass (@KagensNews) May 9, 2023
More on this story via The Western Journal:
Carroll herself has admitted publishing the comments, so let’s just say they’re extremely odd coming from a woman about a man she claims committed a violent, vile act against her more than a decade before. CONTINUE READING…