Trump is a Magnet for Men Who Rape and Assault Women

At least 13 women have accused Donald Trump of sexual assault.Image result for trump assaults womenThe tape of Trump confirmed his abusive attitude toward woman even before the election.

Trump himself has been accused of rape by his first wife, by a woman who was a child at the time, and by a business associate.

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Trump surrounds himself with convicted rapists and men who abuse women and children.
Trump defended Mike Tyson a convicted rapist.

Trump was close friends with Mr. Epstein, another convicted rapist.

Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book and flight logs read like a virtual Who’s Who in the world of sexual abuse.  Friends who accompanied Epstein included Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, and Kevin Spacey.  Epstein was known for his epic dinner parties at his palatial townhouse—then the largest privately owned residence in New York, as he liked to brag. There, they picked at elaborate meals catered by celebrity chefs like Rocco DiSpirito, marvelled at Epstein’s opulent decor, and noted the pack of very, very young model-types with whom Epstein always seemed to surround himself.

But a darker story was going on underneath the glamour. In 2008, Epstein was convicted of soliciting sex from an underage girl and quietly paid settlements to scores of alleged victims who said he serially molested them. But the girls kept coming out of the woodwork—in 2014, another young woman filed a lawsuit claiming that Epstein used her as a sex slave for his powerful friends—and that she’d been at parties on his private island with former President Clinton.

Another “Jane Doe” filed a suit in New York accusing Epstein and Donald Trump of raping her at a series of sex parties when she was only 13.

Trump has denied Jane Doe’s claims and his reps have said he barely knew Epstein—even though New York media in the ’90s regularly chronicled his comings-and-goings at Epstein’s Upper East Side palace, and even though Epstein had 14 private numbers for Trump and his family in his little black book.

According to law-enforcement officials and alleged victims, Trump’s buddy ran a particularly vile pyramid scheme that involved paying minors around $200 at a time to perform sexual massages nearly every day and then recruit even younger girls to do the same. (“The more you do, the more you are paid,” one said.) During these massages, girls as young as 13 told policethey were instructed to get undressed. Epstein would masturbate or penetrate them, they said—with his finger, or a vibrator, or his allegedly egg-shaped penis.

By the time Epstein was arrested in 2008, police in Palm Beach County, Florida, had already spent months monitoring his movements, rifling through his trash, and interviewing potential victims and witnesses. Police reported to prosecutors that they had gathered enough evidence to charge the money manager with several felonies: lewd and lascivious molestation and four counts of unlawful sexual activity with a minor. Epstein’s freedom, his wealth, his little black book full of famous folk—including princes, presidents, and prime ministers—all were seemingly at stake.

So Epstein did what the mega-rich do in these situations: hired star attorneys Gerald Lefcourt and Alan Dershowitz, who defended their client vigorously, reportedly having witnesses followed and discrediting the alleged victims by offering their MySpace pages as evidence of supposed drug use and scandalous behavior.

Despite a decade of alleged serial sexual abuse and rape of an unknowable number of girls, some as many as 100 times according to court filings, Epstein was slapped with a 2008 conviction on a single charge of soliciting a minor; and sentenced to an 18-month stay in a Palm Beach county jail—of which he served only 13 months and was allowed to leave six days out of every week for “work release.”

Trump’s connections to Epstein made headlines when a Jane Doe claimed that the presumptive Republican nominee and his financier pal raped her on several occasions when she was 13 years old.

Jane Doe says she attended several parties at Epstein’s Upper East Side mansion, and supposedly had sexual contact with Donald Trump at four of them. The fourth and final time she attended a party with Trump, she alleges he tied her to a bed with pantyhose, raped her, then beat her and threatened to kill her and her family if she told a soul.

Trump’s association with Epstein runs deeper than just pool days at Mar-a-Lago.

“I’ve known Jeff for 15 years,” Trump told New York Magazine in 2002. Calling him a “terrific guy,” Trump continued, “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it—Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

Trump’s relationship with Epstein is documented in Epstein’s black book. Epstein lists 14 phone numbers for Trump, including ones for his future wife Melania. Police evidence shows Trump has called Epstein, flown on Epstein’s plane, and eaten in Epstein’s Florida home.

It is undisputed that Epstein visited Mar-a-Lago, as  admitted by Trump’s own attorney.

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Given the allegations against Trump, it seems that he would at least show respect towards women.  Why wouldn’t he try to create the image of a man who respects women?  He believes he is impervious to the laws and social mores that govern behavior of men.  He mocked the me too movement.  He has made derrogatory comments against women, most notably referencing their appearance and the fact that they menstruate.

Trump invited pedophile Ted Nugent to dine with him at the White House.

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Trump endorsed pedophile, Roy Moore.

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At least two of Trump’s White House officials resigned after allegations of domestic abuse surfaced.

Now Trump chooses another abuser to enjoy a life time appointment to the US Supreme Court.  Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the highest court in the land.  Ignore, for the moment, the  the multiple misstatements that Kavanaugh has made and the questions he refused to answer during the hearing before the Senate Judiaciary Committee.

Today’s focus should be on the accusations of Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. Who is Ms. Ford?  She is not a porn star or a former playboy bunny.  She is a clinical psychology professor at Palo Alto University.  As a biostatistician, she “specializes in the design and analysis of clinical trials and other forms of intervention evaluation,” according to the university.  Her work has been published in several academic journals, covering topics such as 9/11 and child abuse.  She has also held the prestigous post as a teacher at  Stanford University since 1988.

It was Fox News that reported that Russell Ford, Professor Ford’s husband, has not only confirmed that his wife has reported this incident long before Trump was even a candidate for President, or Kavanaugh was nominated for a position on the Court.  He told The Washington Post that his wife detailed the alleged assault during a couple’s therapy session in 2012. During therapy, he said his wife talked about a time when she was trapped in a room with two drunken boys, and one of them had pinned her to a bed, molested her and tried to prevent her from screaming.

He said he remembered his wife specifically using Kavanaugh’s name. She said during the session, Russell Ford recalled, she was scared he would one day be nominated to the Supreme Court.  Mr.Ford voluntarily provided a copy of the therapist’s notes to The Washington Post, which detailed his wife’s account of being assaulted by young men “from an elitist boys’ school” who would become “highly respected and high-ranking members of society in Washington.”  Additional notes from a later therapy session said she discussed a “rape attempt” that occurred when she was a teenager.

Ford alleged in her letter that Kavanaugh held her down at a party and attempted to force himself on her. She claimed that Kavanaugh and his friend, who had been drinking, turned up music to muffle the sound of protests, and Kavanaugh covered her mouth with his hand. She was able to free herself.

Kavanaugh’s classmate, the “other” boy,  told The New Yorker that he didn’t recall the incident. Yet Kavanaugh’s memory seemed to be more clear and he said, “I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. I did not do this back in high school or at any time.”  The difference in the response of the two men is obvious.  The fact that this report was made in 2012 when there could have been no political motivation is compelling.

 Kellyanne Conway said: Image result for kellyanne conway

“This woman should not be insulted and she should not be ignored.”

Yet Donald Trump Jr. has insulted the Professor.  Junior, the son who demanded a non-disclosure agreement in his recent divorce,  posted a fake letter on Instagram to his 1.3 million followers yesterday titled, “Judge Kavanaugh’s sexual assault letter found by Dems.” The letter, written in crayon, is in the style of something you might see an elementary school kid send to his crush, with “will you be my girlfriend” and boxes marked “yes” and “no.”

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Donald Trump Jr.’s fake letter about the incident includes a misspelling of “Feinstein,” laughing emojis, and the hashtag MAGA, which stands for Make America Great Again.

Oh boy… the Dems and their usual nonsense games really have him on the ropes now. Finestein had the letter in July and saved it for the eve of his vote… honorable as always. I believe this is a copy for full transparency. 🤣🇺🇸🤣🇺🇸🤣 #politics #maga

Just this morning, Dr. Ford’s  lawyer told CNN that she’d be willing to testify in front of the U.S. Senate.

It is a tragic state of affairs when a college professor comes forward with a humiliating, verified account of a sexual assault, and is willing to testify under oath in a public hearing about it, and she is ridiculed and belittled.  It’s horrible enough that it happened.  It’s worse that her assailant is being considered to serve on the United States’ Supreme Court.  It’s unforgivable that the President’s son feels so powerful that he can insult this woman who had the courage to come forward.  Shame on Kavanaugh, Trump and Trump Jr.!



5 thoughts on “Trump is a Magnet for Men Who Rape and Assault Women

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  1. “I Am Woman”- truly one of my all time favorite songs. Love that lady. This is the time to make it a best seller again.

    As to Trump and the parasites who attach themselves to him – I have gone way beyond being amused and now am just sick to my stomach.


  2. Speaking from observation, most women, men and children suppress terrible events that happened to them such as this Dr., especially as a teenager. Certain news brings it back…like the OJ trial, trump sex assaults and rigging elections, the way hillary was treated, all the me too accusations, and now kavenaughty. Women and girls must get smart, speak up and avoid situations that place them in harm. If someone is abusing you get away from them. If you have been assaulted press charges. It is the only way to help stop the mental illness and damage of abuse.


      1. Yes I believe it is giving strength to women. But girls and women and boys are still be assaulted and abuse today. Hard penalty and charges are needed to punish the men or woman committing the crime. Additionally the predators in positions in our schools systems and church must be charged heavy.


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