The latest rape accusation against President Trump seems even more baseless than usual. The newest accuser is advice columnist E. Jean Carroll, who claims she was raped in the dressing room of a department store in the mid-90s when Trump would have been in their 50s.
Carroll released this alarming news for the first time in her new book, which comes out next week. Individuals like E. Jean Carroll should themselves be investigated when they bring baseless accusations of sexual misconduct 20 or more years from when they said it happen, especially when their old complaint is attached to a new book deal they are pushing like Ms. Carroll is now. So, let’s investigate:
Carroll’s story itself is very unbelievable. Carroll says that she and Trump ran into each other at a high-end department store, Trump somehow recognized the random advice columnist, and the two started flirting. Apparently, Trump then told her to try on some lingerie, and she, trying to “spin a comedy scene,” told Trump to try it on instead. Carroll, clearly being devoted to her art of comedy, then proceeded to go to the dressing room with Trump, somehow expecting him to try on the lingerie.
Allegedly, once in the dressing room, Trump proceeded to sexually assault Carroll, who “fought back” and was able to escape. To reiterate, Trump allegedly raped her during the store’s operating hours in a dressing room, which Carroll went into with a man she did not know for “comedy.”
Carroll also does not want a police investigation. This is very odd because the alleged assault would have happened in a public place, where there would have been many employees as witnesses. Carroll also still has the same dress she wore that night, and she has not worn it since. This would be crucial evidence, DNA stays on clothes for a very, very long time. The most bizarre reasoning for Carroll not wanting a police investigation was that she claimed it would be disrespectful to migrant women: “I would find it disrespectful to the women who are down on the border who are being raped around the clock down there without any protection. The women have very little protection there. It would just be disrespectful.”
There is literally no connection there whatsoever, and those same women also do not have the power to publicize their experiences and go on a book tour talking about them. If anything, it is disrespectful to them to not speak up when you have the power to prosecute. (There is no statute of limitations for rape accusations in the state of New York)
Carroll may or may not be lying, but these accusations should certainly be investigated. Carroll should not make public accusations if she does not want an investigation, the accusations damage the person who is accused, so if they are false then that should be known.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids were reportedly delayed last weekend due to a link within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Two senior administration officials admitted to Buzzfeed News that it is believed widely within ICE that the acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan, or one of his staff, leaked key details of the operation.
One of the officials told Buzzfeed: “Leaking the locations and details to stop the operation from happening not only harmed operational integrity, but it put the safety and well-being of his own officers in jeopardy. The ICE mission is enforcing the nation’s laws and ensuring those who are unlawfully present in the country are removed if ordered by a judge; this will leave an unerasable mark on his tenure.”
This is just one of the examples of untrustworthy people within the government who intend to undermine our country. President Trump displayed his warranted skepticism on Monday when he refused to confirm whether he had confidence in FBI Director Christopher Wray. When asked about his faith in Wray, Trump told The Hill “Well, we’ll see how it turns out.”
Both of these stories reflect the continued effects of an active deep state at the top of the federal government. It is imperative that President Trump stop hiring people that orbit Washington D.C. and start looking for highly skilled experts he can pull up through the ranks of their perspective agencies.
YouTube has deleted the Project Veritas video revealing a senior Google executive discussing what appears to be the tech giant’s plan to influence the 2020 elections.
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) June 25, 2019
The video shows Jen Gennai, Google’s head of “Responsible Innovation” caught on camera saying the company has been working diligently to “prevent” a repeat of the 2016 election in 2020.
Gennai has responded to the video, writing in a post for Medium, “I was having a casual chat with someone at a restaurant and used some imprecise language. Project Veritas got me. Well done.”
In the Project Veritas video, Gennai was caught on camera saying, “We all got screwed over in 2016, again it wasn’t just us, it was, the people got screwed over, the news media got screwed over, like, everybody got screwed over so we’re rapidly been like, what happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again.”
“We’re also training our algorithms, like, if 2016 happened again, would we have, would the outcome be different?” she says in the footage.
Gennai also warned against Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) plan to break up the tech company because “all these smaller companies who don’t have the same resources that we do will be charged with preventing the next Trump situation, it’s like a small company cannot do that.”
Through this action of removing the video and suppressing it, Google has validated everything Project Veritas reported about their manipulative ways. This is a perfect example of how socialism (aka communism) works. The power is centralized and controlled by one group.
If you do not believe in their values, you will be shut out. Now imagine if Google was the government and they owned and controlled currency and the ability to buy and sell. Right now they have a monopoly on information, which is why Google needs to be broken up quickly and completely before the 2020 election.
You can still watch the whole video below:
Republican Party Officials discovered “F*** ICE” written on the side of the headquarters on Saturday night in Lansing, Michigan. Cameras captured the culprit vandalizing the headquarters between Friday night and Saturday morning, but the police were unable to identify the suspect.
According to the Washington Post, the vandalism occurred the night before Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, and San Francisco were expecting ICE raids. During this same weekend, many Congressional Democrats, including U.S. Reps. Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, called for the abolition of ICE.
It is believed the attack was targeting MIGOP Chair Laura Cox, who is a former ICE agent in Detroit. Cox responded Saturday by tweeting the “criminal act by the radical left will not intimidate me or my staff.” Cox was an ICE agent for 13 years before retiring to pursue a political career.
This is one of many attacks in recent months on Michigan Republican party offices. In November 2018, the Garfield Township office was shut down after bomb threats from a man with a sign that said: “Trump is Satan.” The Lansing headquarters was also vandalized that same week with a tag that said “We will not be erased.”
Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel criticized the incident on Twitter on Sunday: “Instead of senseless vandalism and rhetoric comparing ICE detention facilities to concentration camps, Democrats should work to secure our border and fix our broken system.”
South Bend, Indiana Mayor and Democratic Presidential candidate, Pete Buttigieg, attended a town hall on Sunday that devolved into total chaos – likely bad news for the mayor’s presidential campaign.
The town hall went off the rails when Buttigieg got into the recent shooting of 54-year-old Eric Logan, a black man, by Sgt. Ryan O’Neill, a white police officer, in South Bend.
Attendees shouted their concerns and their disappointment at city officials for not taking swifter action to address the strained relationship between the police department and the black community. Buttigieg noted the complex relationship between minorities and police extends beyond the incident that occurred on June 16.
“There is a lot beneath the surface when it comes to trust and legitimacy around policing and race in our city,” the South Bend mayor said.
Buttigieg told attendees that the city has made progress in regard to the promotion process, raising police discipline standards and increasing public data online. Buttigieg said that he will send a letter to the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division to look into the city’s police department.
However, Buttigieg also acknowledged he has failed to diversify the police department and ensure that body cameras are activated when officers encounter civilians. O’Neill’s body camera reportedly wasn’t activated during last Sunday’s incident.
“As the mayor of the city, I want to acknowledge that those last two lines of effort, the effort to recruit more minority officers to the police department and the effort to introduce body cameras, have not succeeded,” he said. “And I accept responsibility for that.”
In the question-and-answer portion of the town hall, one audience member told Buttigieg to reorganize his department by Friday of next week to “get the racists off the streets,” in reference to law enforcement officers.
Buttigieg responded to shouts from the crowd, “I will say that if anyone who is on patrol is shown to be a racist, or to do something racist in a way that is substantiated, that is their last day on the street.”