Rape Is Sexy

E. Jean Carroll the woman who tried to accuse President Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her in the 1990s, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper most people think of “rape as sexy.”

“Gay” Anderson seemed shocked and asked stupididly ”You don’t feel like a victim?”

Carroll responded: “I was not thrown on the ground and ravished which the word rape carries so many sexual connotations. This was not sexual. It hurt. It just — it just — you know.”

Who in their right mind will use the word “ravished” when describing rape? That would be NO ONE!

True, “Ravished” is an oxymoron, ironically created by a moron.

Ravished can mean to fill with joy, delight, charm, captivate, attract. QUITE contrarily, it can also mean to “rape.”

Rape not so much.

How these things are congruent enough to where some doofus created ravish to describe these activities in one word, I have no clue.

I believe most people when they hear the word “ravished” would go with the meaning “fill someone with intense delight; enrapture.”

Evidently, judging by his next question Anderson Cooper has a similar definition: “But I think most people think of rape as — it is a violent assault. It is not — ,”

Cooper never finished his thought because he was cut off when Carroll injected: “I think most people think of rape as being sexy.”

Only a fetish, delusional sociopath” would think that “rape is sexy.”

At this point, Cooper’s brain probably started hurting, and he called for a commercial break. But not before E. Jean Carroll could spew a few more idiotic gems.

For those few not familiar with the E. Jean Carroll story.

In her new book,  “What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal,” she describes the allegation of a man pushing her up against the wall and “unzips his pants, and, forcing his fingers around my private area, thrusts his penis halfway — or completely, I’m not certain — inside me.”

She doesn’t identify Trump as her attacker in the book but in an excerpt published in New York Magazine, Trump is identified as sexually assaulting her in a Bergdorf Goodman’s dressing room 23 years ago.

Carroll, who is out promoting her book with such accusations on television, is starting to lose her credibility. During the 11-minute-plus interview she began to say erratic things. She lost her thought at one point and Cooper just let her get away with it.

The worst was when the interview ended with her declaration that “rape is sexy” and CNN immediately cut away to a commercial. Not only did CNN cut away at that low point to make her look less strange, it deleted that most-interesting section of the interview from its posted account on YouTube.

We learn a bit about the elements that CNN and other media are reporting as a Trump falsehood, that the two of them knew each other. Carroll confirms that the two only met “briefly” once in a social party setting, something Trump, with his massive social life, is very likely to have no memory of.

Cooper then cites it reason to say they knew each other. Not even Carroll admitted that.

She came off as an attention-seeking self-aggrandizer, flirting with Cooper and looking for some kind of affirmation about her own attractiveness. Cooper spoke of something I had noted earlier here, and that Trump himself later brought up — that Carroll was hardly the kind of woman Trump would have sought out in 1995 given his well-known fascination at the time with models and beauty queens. While younger Carroll was not bad-looking, she didn’t come anywhere near that category.

But she wants Cooper to know this: she was “probably the most attractive woman at Bergdorf.” Then several times, she wanted Cooper to know: “I’m so glad that I’m not his type,” and “I love that I’m not his type,” kind of killing her own credibility after making her argument about her good-lookingness.

If she wasn’t his type, why would he be coming onto her, especially since they didn’t know each very well other?

She did support that Trump had exacting standards for female beauty, complaining that he called then-Miss Universe Alicia Machado, who got very fat indeed during her term, of being “fat.” She was fat and Trump kicked up a fuss because it was Machado’s job to be the beauty queen. Trump could be quite particular about things like this. I remember how they had to cover up Machado’s weight issues with a black long-sleeved gown and dark lighting on her final runway walk.

Trump supposedly complained about her being “so old” at age 52, which would confirm the “not my type” argument, too.

She shifted her story a bit about the Bergdorf lingerie department, which didn’t exist on a floor with evening gowns the way Macys is. She said it had bathing suits and cruise wear, leaving off the evening gowns this time, and instead of all the dressing room doors open, there was just one. Hmmm, now her memory is suddenly clear? Cooper sure as heck wasn’t going to probe on that.

How does she defend her credibility? By pointing out 15 other women who’ve made accusations against Trump. By her logic, since they made those unproven charges, then she must be believed? That’s not a reason.

She also says she flirted with Trump and stated she wanted to “dine out” on the experience of shopping with him, “the best New York moment,” hoping he’d try on lingerie for her so she could tell her friends about it, again suggesting something entirely different that might have went on, if it was him at all..

Actress Mindy Robinson pointed out the Carroll accusation are the same as a plot from an old episode of “Law & Order: SVU.” Watch:

https://twitter.com/iheartmindy/status/1143688136465244160?s=11

In the video, the suspect is being questioned and admits “it took place in the dressing room of Bergdorf while she was trying on lingerie I would burst in.”

According to Carroll, via The Cut:

“The moment the dressing-room door is closed, he lunges at me, pushes me against the wall, hitting my head quite badly, and puts his mouth against my lips. I am so shocked I shove him back and start laughing again. He seizes both my arms and pushes me up against the wall a second time, and, as I become aware of how large he is, he holds me against the wall with his shoulder and jams his hand under my coat dress and pulls down my tights. 

I am astonished by what I’m about to write: I keep laughing. The next moment, still wearing correct business attire, shirt, tie, suit jacket, overcoat, he opens the overcoat, unzips his pants, and, forcing his fingers around my private area, thrusts his penis halfway — or completely, I’m not certain — inside me. It turns into a colossal struggle. I am wearing a pair of sturdy black patent-leather four-inch Barneys high heels, which puts my height around six-one, and I try to stomp his foot. I try to push him off with my one free hand — for some reason, I keep holding my purse with the other — and I finally get a knee up high enough to push him out and off and I turn, open the door, and run out of the dressing room. 

The whole episode lasts no more than three minutes. I do not believe he ejaculates. I don’t remember if any person or attendant is now in the lingerie department. I don’t remember if I run for the elevator or if I take the slow ride down on the escalator. As soon as I land on the main floor, I run through the store and out the door — I don’t recall which door — and find myself outside on Fifth Avenue.” 

Carroll did not report the alleged incident to the store or police. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has stated the police gladly would investigate if she files a report. To date, she hasn’t.

Simply put, the more Trump accuser E. Jean Carroll talks the more mentally challenged she looks.

In truth, I haven’t blogged on the E. Jean Carroll story simply due to the fact that after doing my due diligence and watching some old clips of her, it became apparent that at some time in the distant past, she was kicked in the head by a mule.

In one interview with Charlie Rose, E. Jean Carroll explained why she chose to live in the country rather than a big city such as NY or LA.

In essence, she said “I can get work done in the country, if I was in the city I would be thinking about having sex with 12 different men.”

She went on to say “Of course, I would do that, have sex with 12 men and I’ll never get any work done.” I assume she meant separately.

So when President Trump “refuted” her story with “she’s not my type,” it made Carroll looking like a “moronic space cadet.”

While on MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell’s show, E. Jean Carroll seemed shocked when informed that despite this supposedly happening 30-years ago, a DNA expert said they can still sequence any DNA still on the outfit Carroll claims to have saved from her alleged sexual assault.

The moment she started prattling on about “Why would I do that?” and I wouldn’t file a complaint of “rape” against Donald Trump because other people in the world are getting raped, you knew E. Jean Carroll was mentally challenged at the very least.

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