Sequel to Rape Is Sexy

We sometimes forget how large a role that sheer “ego” plays in leftist posturing, but somebody always appears to “remind” us.

The latest is E. Jeanne Carroll, who had her “first brush with fame” after going public with a completely convincing and utterly realistic story that Donald Trump had “raped” her during the middle of the day in a crowded department store.

Her glow began to “fade” after she gave a less than coherent interview with gay Anderson Cooper, saying among other things, that “rape was sexy,” giving rise to rape “fantasies,” an assertion that upset “poor” Anderson terribly forcing him to “cut” for a commercial break.

Septuagenarian Jean Carroll is now “suing” the president, claiming that he “defamed” her by denying the rape. She is in a high “dudgeon” over the fact that the Secret Service “prevented” the suit from being “served” to Trump.

At Glamour magazine’s “Women of the Year Summit” Carroll was quoted as saying “I’ve spent the last week trying to serve the lawsuit to the president. The Secret Service is not permitting the server to bring the lawsuit to him.”

Her lawyer it seems, has high credentials: “She overturned DOMA, the Defense of Marriage Act, which brought gay rights to all Americans. She’s the co-founder of Time’s Up. Don’t tell Robbie Kaplan she can’t serve papers to the president of the United States.”

Now, nobody needs to tell Jeanne Carroll, or her lawyer, who Donald Trump is, what being the President of the United States entails, or what the duties of the Secret Service are.

Nor does this actually involve the lawsuit, which would not be “adjudicated” any time soon and would be unlikely to be “decided in her favor” since she stated publicly to Anderson Cooper that it “wasn’t actually rape.”

No, the point is that by making the accusation, and repeatedly upping the ante, she assures that the spotlights will swing in her direction. She’s not in the papers, on the tube, or addressing award ceremonies because of her Elle column, or because of a few books not many have heard of. She’s up there in the lights because she’s the lady who accused the President of the United States of “sexy” rape. And that’s all.

In one interview with Charlie Rose, 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 brag “Of course, I would do that, have sex with 12 men and I’ll never get any work done.”

Hopefully 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.”

In the end, Jeanne Carroll is simply another example, like “Stormy, Michael Avenatti, Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi, and an endless train including but not ending with Eric Ciaramella,” of how low the American left has fallen.

Eventually, she’ll find her “true” level as another name footnoting a “grotesque” epoch in American history.

“The most dangerous woman is a woman who has nothing to lose. The most dangerous man is the man who has EVERYTHING to lose.” — E. Jean Carroll (@ejeancarroll) February 16, 2016

In a 1994 Esquire interview, Carroll asked Lyle Lovett, then recently married to Julia Roberts, about the “size of his penis.”

Carroll told the Hartford Courant about the interview saying that Lovett had “ripped off my clothes – journalistically speaking, of course, at every turn in this story.” The article was titled, “How to Be a Man.” Carroll noted in the article that Lovett had been a journalism major in college.

Carroll had begun the interview by asking Lovett, “Have you started smacking Julia around yet?” Lovett replied that he had not. In another part of the piece, Carroll compared Lovett’s hair to a “big veal chop.”

Carroll wrote about the encounter with Lovett in her 1996 book, “A Dog in Heat Is a Hot Dog and Other Rules to Live By.” In the book, Carroll wrote that she was once introduced to Julia Roberts who greeted her by saying, “Oh, yes. You’re the woman who wrote about my husband’s penis.”

Rape Is Sexy

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