Donald Trump is due in court on child rape and racketeering charges after the presidential election, win or lose. If you believe the Trump child rape case will magically disappear, you are wrong.
Sure, The Donald wants voters to focus on Hillary, her email server, and the FBI’s investigation, but questions about the billionaire’s alleged sexual abuse charges just won’t go away.
Author Salman Rushdie is not letting voters forget about Trump’s alleged horrific charges. The writer reminded people of the billionaire’s upcoming trial this month in a post to his Facebook page on Sunday:
‘He is a sexual predator, hasn’t released his tax returns, and has used his foundation’s money to pay his legal fees …
‘oh, but let’s talk about some emails Hillary didn’t send from someone else’s computer, that weren’t a crime anyway, because that’s how to choose a president. Come on, America. Focus.’
Rushdie pointed out that Trump will have to stand trial in December for raping a woman when she was only 13 years old. In November, the real estate mogul will stand trial in a racketeering lawsuit. For some reason, neither of these fiery allegations are generating much attention.
The woman is now an adult. She alleged that he tied her to a bed and raped her while she begged him to quit. The woman claimed Trump hit her with an open hand and bellowed that he could do anything he pleased.
This GOP candidate could become the first president-elect to be named as a defendant in a child rape case.
Billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein was a friend of Trump. In 2008, he was convicted of solicitation with an underage girl for prostitution. But he only served 13 months of an 18-year conviction, according to Blasting News.
Epstein hired a woman, who worked luring young girls to expensive parties and offered them modeling careers. Trump threw similar parties, allegedly offering young aspiring models cocaine, alcohol, and promises of modeling.
Trump denied the allegations. He is scheduled to appear in court Dec. 16. The woman filed the same case earlier in a different state, but it was dismissed on a technicality.
Trump has a history of allegedly mistreating women. His ex-wife accused him of raping her, but then she rescinded the claim. In 2005, the billionaire was boasting on a hot mic that he could grab women by their genitals without consent because he is wealthy and a TV star. So far, 14 women have accused Trump of sexually assaulting them.
Katie Johnson filed a $100 million federal lawsuit against Trump in New York this summer. Johnson filed a similar federal lawsuit in California on May 2, but the court threw out her case due to a clerical error.
Johnson accused Trump and his long-time buddy Epstein, who is a billionaire financier and alleged sex offender, of raping her in 1994 when she was only 13-years-old.
In a court affidavit, the alleged victim, who is identified in court documents as “Jane Doe,” said that Trump hit her and raped her while she was tied to a bed in Epstein’s posh upper East Side New York apartment.
Epstein was convicted in 2008 of soliciting sex from an underage girl. He served 13 months of an 18-year prison term before being released. In the affidavit, Johnson also mentioned that Trump threatened her life.
Sometime “party planner” Tiffany Doe alleged:
‘I personally witnessed four sexual encounters that the Plaintiff was forced to have with Mr. Trump during this period, including the fourth of these encounters where Mr. Trump forcibly raped her despite her pleas to stop.’
Tiffany Doe said she witnessed Trump force Jane Doe and a 12-year-old girl named Maria into a car. They performed oral sex on him she said, and then he physically abused them afterward. Tiffany Doe’s job was to “personally witness and supervise encounters between the underage girls that Mr. Epstein hired, and his guests.”
Trump and Epstein threatened Jane Doe, should she ever reveal what happened. The girl named Maria disappeared, and the men used Maria’s disappearance as proof that they could make good on their threat, implying that they had the girl murdered.
Tiffany Doe said:
‘I personally witnessed the Defendant Trump telling the Plaintiff that she shouldn’t ever say anything if she didn’t want to disappear like the 12-year-old female Maria, and that he was capable of having her whole family killed.’
When Jane Doe quit working for Epstein in 2002, the billionaire said he would kill her, and her family.
‘I fully understand that, that the life of myself and my family is now in grave danger.’
‘… (a) federal judge has ordered a hearing concerning Johnson’s case to be held on December 16.
The reality show star’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, ran right into the child rape allegations on CNBC Monday morning. But she dismissed them as small, irritating nuisances. She claimed the charges were trivial compared to Clinton’s emails.
A second lawsuit accused Trump of defrauding people through “Trump University.” Amid those allegations, students were duped out of tens of thousands of dollars. Trump’s promises were made of air, and the students never even saw the GOP candidate, so they sued.
Surely ethics mean something in a president of this great country.
Check out Kellyanne dealing with Trump’s child rape charges: