Immediately after E. Jean Carroll made her accusation President Trump raped her 23 year ago, mainstream media pounced. But her story seemed odd at best, though not nearly as odd as her own responses to questions, so they backed off quickly. This week started with a resurgence of support as the NY Times, MSNBC, CNN, and other progressive outlets revived the story and gave her a chance to make sense of her story. They wanted to believe it, not just because of backlash from the #MeToo crowd that didn’t like the dropped coverage but because if she is being honest, that would taint the man they hate the most.
They NY Times went so far as to call themselves out for not covering the story more because she’s a credible accuser.
How will the rest of the week play out now that she made the oddest of all her statements to date while being interviewed by CNN’s Anderson Cooper?
“I think most people think of rape as being sexy. Think of the fantasies.” – E. Jean Carroll
Taken aback, Cooper instantly called for a commercial break.
Like Hillary Clinton, Robert Mueller, and everyone else the left chooses as the person to take down President Trump, E. Jean Carroll is turning out to be even less capable than her predecessors. This woman may be insane.
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