Donald Trump groping victims come out of the woodworks to allege sexual impropriety at the hands of the Republican Presidential contender. But does it all add up?
Jessica Leeds, 74, Rachel Crooks, Cassandra Searles, Mindy McGillivray, 36, Natasha Stoynoff, these are the purported victims at the hands of Republican Presidential contender, Donald Trump, who all allege that at one point in time, the billionaire real estate developer inappropriately touched them.
The deluge of sexual misconduct allegations against Donald Trump come less than a week after an audio video was leaked, dubbed the ‘pussy’ tapes where Trump boasted of grabbing women by their private parts if and when he wanted them, without seeking their permission.
Told one of the women, Jessica Leeds via the nytimes: ‘He was like an octopus,’
‘His hands were everywhere.’
Leeds, now 74, said she was sitting in first class on a flight three decades ago when Trump grabbed her breasts and tried to put his hand up her skirt.
— carolynryan (@carolynryan) October 12, 2016
In a separate allegation, Rachel Crooks told the Times she was 22 years old and working at Trump Tower in 2005 when she shook hands with him, but he would not let go and then started to kiss her ‘directly on the mouth.’
‘I was so upset that he thought I was so insignificant that he could do that,’ she said.
The nytimes article article led to Trump perhaps non surprisingly threatening to sue the media outlet.
Retorted the presidential contender, addressing the nytimes reporter who’d written the ‘hit’ piece: ‘You are a disgusting human being,’
‘None of this ever took place.’
By Wednesday evening, Trump’s lawyers released a letter addressed to the nytimes demanding they ‘cease further publication’ of the article.
Yes kids, you guessed it, Trump keeps his legal team very very busy.
But it was not to be, as more allegations came Wednesday night courtesy of the mainstream press which had once coveted the rising phenomenon, ensuring his meteoric rise and free publicity, until now.
Further sinking Trump’s presidential prospects (does anyone believe he has a chance now, should we wonder to what degree the Democrat mud-slinging club is complicit in the perfectly timed leaks?) was an account courtesy of People magazine writer Natasha Stoynoff.
In a long first-person account the writer extorts Trump about a December 2005 encounter while she was writing a Christmas feature on the billionaire and his then-pregnant wife, Melania, at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
According to Stoynoff, after Melania Trump left them, Trump took her to a room, pressed her against a wall and forced ‘his tongue down my throat.‘
What to think, what to say?
In her account, Stoynoff writes that she was stunned, while even attempting to continue the interview with Trump’s butler present. Could you imagine? Such pressing demands on beautacious journalists indeed.
But it gets better. Remember this is the tabloids kids.
When the butler left, Natasha Stoynoff writes Trump allegedly told her, ‘You know we’re going to have an affair, don’t you?’
And in a too good to be true, perfectly timed piece (one assumes the Clinton mud slinging club is very well oiled), the Palm Beach Post published claims courtesy of another woman, Mindy McGillivray, saying that Trump groped her at Mar-a-Lago 13 years ago.
In her account, the woman told of allegedly being backstage at a Ray Charles concert when Trump ‘grabbed my butt.’
Needless to say, Trump has denied the claim (what choice does he really have?) while also threatening to sue the Palm Beach Post (here is a taste of what free press would look like if Trump ever got into power kids).
Also making her perfectly timed appearance as part of the Donald Trump groped me too club come Wednesday was former Miss Washington Cassandra Searles who claimed in a Facebook post that Trump groped her, according to Rolling Stone magazine.
But if that wasn’t enough, another video surfaced Wednesday, with CBS News revealing 1992 footage from “Entertainment Tonight” in which Trump could be heard saying about a young girl, ‘I am going to be dating her in 10 years. Can you believe it?’
Which is to wonder, why weren’t these tapes, allegations put out into the open until now and surely spared the US voting demographic having to choose between one devil vs one devil incarnate? Or to put it plainly and simple, are these women collaborating with the Clinton mud swinging club and should the public necessarily trust their accounts?
Notes the gatewaypundit as an aside: Meanwhile Wikileaks continues to release documents that show NY Times reporters were in bed with the Hillary campaign.
But it gets even better, remember kids, this is your future here, where you’re being asked to consider voting for one ingrate over another ingrate (never mind the other non steam contenders that the mainstream press for the most part have conveniently ignored to introduce on the menu, ratings aside and of course the fear of offering candidates who might make a difference in your life and make things a smidgen tougher for the elites who continue to win the economic spoils) as further exposes were offered.
According to buzzfeed, four women have accused Trump of barging in on Miss Teen USA contestants, some as young as 15, while they were changing clothes in a dressing room, with some of the women barely dressed.
Yet to be understood is if Donald Trump intends to also sue buzzfeed as the Clinton mud slinging club wearily watches along, presumably relieved that they are now clear to take their rightful place at the throne and continue doling out their benefactor’s policies that will continue to see the stripping of civil liberties, economic plundering and the brave new world we are told is ours for the waiting….
— Mr. Brexit (@KlayVolk) October 13, 2016
Whoa. “Like an octopus” line is from a song and previous famous news story. New blog from NYT is a hoax! pic.twitter.com/tjwn0fD2r9
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) October 13, 2016