To quote Hillary Clinton, there’s been a “bimbo eruption” this week of women coming out to accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault, and one by one their stories are being debunked.
The latest woman to accuse Trump of sexual assault is Summer Zervos, a former contestant on Trump’s hit show “The Apprentice.” Accompanied by Democrat operative Gloria Allred, Zervos leveled the serious allegations at Trump on Friday afternoon, adding to the growing number of women making such accusations.
The presence of Allred was already questionable, considering she’s been behind some major smear campaigns in the past, but now we’re learning something else about Zervos that completely destroys any credibility she may have had – she wanted Trump’s help with her business earlier this year.
Correct me if I’m wrong, and I’m not, but last I checked if someone allegedly sexually assaulted you, you don’t turn around and contact them for help in promoting your business.
In a Facebook post, Trump decided to set the record straight and let everyone know that on April 14 of this year, Zervos emailed him to see if he would make a trip out to California to visit her restaurant.
Check it out:
Yeah, isn’t that something? The worst part is that she’s not the only one whose story has had holes shot through it.
Rachel Crooks is another one accusing Trump of assault. She claims that while she was working as a secretary some years back, Trump tried to forcefully kiss her then spent time harassing her in the months after.
However, her own family is saying that her story isn’t true. Lona Burnstein’s cousin is married to Crook’s uncle, and she recalls Bursntein telling her that Trump was very nice to her and offered to connect her with a friend in the modeling business but never did, and now Burnstein is bitter over it.
Then there’s Jessica Leeds, who was also in the New York Times hit piece against Trump. She claims that 35 years ago, Trump sexually assaulted her on an airplane while they were both flying first class. However, her story contained numerous inconsistencies, including the fact that first class arm rests aren’t capable of being folded up – a key detail in her story – and there’s even an eyewitness that came forward and said it was, in fact, her who was being flirtatious with Trump.
Plus, Leeds appears to be a rabid feminist who’s also a regular contributor to the Times, further eroding whatever credibility she may have had.
Regardless, it’s becoming more apparent by the day that these are carefully coordinated attacks against Trump in an attempt to torpedo his campaign.