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Response to Yallow (Original post)

Thu Nov 3, 2016, 03:29 AM

6. The rape story is very dubious


In answer to another thread, I gave my reasons for suspecting that this entire tale is a dirty trick of the sort that Roger Stone has always loved so dearly. I hope moderators won't mind it if I repeat those points here. Normally, I'm not the sort of person who likes to copy and paste the same text all over the place; I promise not to make a habit of it.

But in this case, I think it's important to stand back and take in a wider view of the situation.

In the first place, the details of the plaintiff's statement never made sense to me. She claims that she went to NY by bus unaccompanied at the age of 13 to become a model. Does that seem likely to you?

In the original filing in California, the woman's name was given as Katie Johnson. For a long time, the story was forgotten. During this period of quiesence, two lonely voices continued to publicize the tale:

1. Robert Morrow, the former writing partner of Roger Stone (the dirty trickster who is Trump's best friend), and

2. Miami gossip columnist Joseph Lambiet, who has used Roger Stone as a source.

I ask you: What is the likelihood that BOTH parties would have a Stone connection? This is why I suspect that this tale is one of Stone's famous dirty tricks.

I even suspect that the name "Katie Johnson" was one of Stone's little jokes. Obama had an attractive aide named Katie Johnson who just happened to be the same age as the woman making the claims against Trump.

Follow this link...


...and you will see that the Katie story has attracted a rather astonishing crowd of oddballs, including the bizarre far-rightist Steve Baer, not to mention a fantasist named Norm Lubow.

It is true that Jeffrey Epstein and Trump were once friends. However, Miami-Dade detective Mike Fisten investigated the Epstein case, interviewing hundreds of witnesses, and found no indication that Donald Trump ever participated in any activity involving the underaged. (http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/07/21/trump-rape-accusers-turn-on-each-other.html.)

All in all, I think that this whole strange affair is some sort of trick, although we can't yet divine the purpose. Perhaps the idea was to discredit Clinton supporters by sending them down a false trail.

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