E Jean Carroll is just another woman that Democrats trot out to try to eliminate a Republican candidate for office. The only difference is that Carroll waited 24 years before accusing Trump of rape. She admitted on the stand that she hates Trump and wanted to stop him from regaining the White House. She appeared with Anderson Cooper, who had to go to commercial break as the nutjob said that rape is sexy and a fantasy of hers. This story sounds like a fantasy.
She sparred with Trump’s lawyer Joe Tacopina on Thursday. Carroll is a lifelong Democrat and a Never Trumper. In 2019, E. Jean Carroll alleged Donald Trump raped her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the 1990s. She was asked why she didn’t scream as she was being raped and she claimed that she wasn’t a screamer. Say what? You are in a busy store during the day when there is a lot of people shopping and you don’t scream to stop it? That makes no sense to me.
Just a reminder that E.Jean Carroll, the woman accusing Trump of rape… once told Anderson Cooper that rape is "sexy" and a "fantasy."
…and it creeped him out so much that he threw to commercial. pic.twitter.com/gcflj91lfB
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) April 26, 2023
Carroll claimed that after the rape, she called she phoned her friend Lisa Birnbach. Birnbach told her that rape wasn’t funny, but Carroll said she couldn’t stop laughing. What woman finds getting raped as incredibly funny.
NBC News reported:
Writer E. Jean Carroll, who alleges in a lawsuit that Donald Trump raped her in the 1990s in a New York department store, was questioned Thursday by a lawyer for the former president who repeatedly suggested her claim was made up.
“You were supposedly raped?” Trump lawyer Joe Tacopina asked Carroll early in his cross-examination.
“I was raped,” Carroll responded.
Tacopina pressed her on details about the alleged attack in the afternoon, asking skeptically about her contention that she didn’t remember seeing any other people on the sixth floor in the lingerie department of a Bergdorf Goodman, where she said she was raped in a dressing room.
“I saw no one on the floor,” she said, telling Tacopina her attention was trained on her conversation with Trump, which she thought was “funny” until he assaulted her.
Tacopina asked why she didn’t “scream for help.”
“I’m not a screamer. I was in a panic, fighting,” she said, becoming visibly emotional. “You can’t beat up on me for not screaming.”
Tacopina said he was not.
“People always ask, ‘Why didn’t you scream?’ Some women scream, some do not,” Carroll said.
“He raped me, whether I screamed or not,” she said, sobbing on the stand while also speaking loudly. “If I was trying to make a lie I would say I was screaming my head off but I did not scream. I did not scream.”
They will never make a movie out of this trial because it just isn’t believable.