by Jenn Carter
Almost as quickly as the “bombshell” accusation of rape by “renowned columnist” E Jean Carroll against Donald Trump exploded into the media, it has collapsed into a puddle of mush after Carroll made a series of bizarre statements on the air that have left even her liberal allies struggling to explain it.
NO mainstream outlet has bothered to question her lurid and seemingly preposterous story that Trump in 1995 raped Carroll in a dressing room of an “empty” Bergdorf Goodman after demanding she try on lingerie for him.
Monday night, Carroll made a stunning statement that led CNN’s Anderson Cooper to stutter and hurriedly cut to commercial:
Anderson Cooper went straight to commercial right after this comment. pic.twitter.com/hkM7KCYw71— Cameron Cawthorne (@Cam_Cawthorne) June 25, 2019
Carroll: “The word rape carries so many sexual connotations. This was not sexual. … I think most people think of rape as being sexy. They think of the fantasies”
What the actual heck? The woman is not well.
And it appears tonight, she may also a plagiarist and a fraudster.
Carroll’s story is eerily similar to an episode of LAW & ORDER: SVU from Season 13 — right down to the rape fantasy in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room.
Bradford file has the full episode (until Twitter takes it down):
From the script:
Wow. Just stunning. Remember this woman was an Emmy-nominated writer of scripts for TV shows and sketches for Saturday Night Live. Did she herself came up with this plot for Law & Order and just now decided to “borrow” it for a vile smear of President Trump?
Coincidentally, guess who else was in this episode:
Kathy Griffin was in that episode which may be who gave her the story to tell…— Gail Regula (@GailRegula4) June 25, 2019
And of course there is the sheer absurdity of her “accusation” and story itself:
Has anyone been in a soundproof dressing room?— Scott Weller (@jscottweller) June 25, 2019
At a high end store?
With NO sales people nearby?
When DONALD TRUMP is in your department?
Shopping for women’s underwear?
“Im not a smart man, but…..”
She couldn’t even come up with original fan fiction? Why kind of advice columnist is that?!?!?— AC (@redwingphlox) June 25, 2019
I think there is one thing on which all of America can now agree about Ms. Carroll:
She is GONE, Gone, gone— Grace Sterling (@GraceSt12278782) June 25, 2019