Video: Trump Is Exactly Right, E. Jean Carroll’s Is A Nutcase And Here Are The Receipts

Carroll says most people think of rape as ‘being sexy’

Gateway Pundit

(Gateway Pundit) Donald Trump destroyed the credibility of E. Jean Carroll in an avalanche of posts on his Truth Social account showcasing a thorough recap of Carroll’s prior statements, including her opinion that she thinks most people think rape is “sexy.”

Carroll an 80-year-old former Elle magazine author, alleged in 2019 that Trump raped her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the 1990s.


Trump maintains Carroll is a “whack job” who’s “not my type” and denies the allegations, insisting that he had no idea who Carroll was prior to the outlandish claims.

A Manhattan jury found Trump was not guilty of rape, but when the former president claimed Carroll was “deranged,” she immediately started a defamation suit, and Judge Lewis Kaplan was more than happy to pile on the damage compensations.In May 2022, Judge Kaplan ordered Trump to pay Carroll $5 million in damages. Trump appealed and called the case “attempted extortion” based on “fabricated lies and political shenanigans.”

Last year, Carroll went after Trump again, suing him over remarks he made while still in the White House in response to rape allegations. Judge Kaplan sided with Carroll and issued a pretrial judgment last year finding Trump liable for defamation, leaving a trial to determine how much he will pay.

Carroll is seeking at least $10 million in damages in the second defamation case, more for defamation than she sued for the alleged assault, which is unfolding in a Manhattan court this week.

Trump called attention to an interview Carroll conducted with CNN’s Anderson Cooper which has since gone viral.

In an excerpt of the interview, Carroll claims rape is “sexy.”

Pressed by Cooper on whether she felt “like a victim” after allegedly being raped, Carroll replied, “I was not thrown on the ground and ravaged –the word rape carries so many sexual connotations — this was nuts. This was not sexual.”

“I think most people think of rape [as] a violent assault,” Cooper shot back.

“I think most people think of rape as being sexy. Think of the fantasies,” Carroll insisted.


“Can you believe I have to defend myself against this woman’s fake story?!” Trump wrote in response to Carroll’s ludicrous exchange with Cooper.

Trump also displayed Carroll’s mental illness and bizarre sexual proclivities by using her own words against her.

The embattled former president posted screenshots of Carroll’s posts on social media from over the years, in which she broadcasts her incoherent views about “anal sex,” a sex “tip” that she “learned from her dog” and pornography.

“Everything interesting on Twitter is about sex,” Carroll wrote in one tweet.

“Sex Tip I Learned From My Dog: When in heat, chase the male until he collapses with exhaustion…then jump him!” the 80-year old former Elle magazine author wrote in 2010.

“How do you kow your ‘unwanted sexual advance’ is unwanted, until you advance it?” the plaintiff who claims Trump raped her asks her online readers.

“Would men have invented chastity belts, veils, and croks if women weren’t just unbelievably HOT?—Honey, you were BORN to seduce!” Carroll wrote in 2011.


Under cross-examination by Trump’s lawyer Alina Habba on Wednesday, Carroll admitted on the stand to deleting massive amounts of evidence, under subpoena, which is a crime.

She also admitted to having a gun without a license.

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