E. Jean Carroll has had a weird obsession with former President Donald Trump for YEARS. Not exactly what you’d expect from a woman who claims that Trump sexually assaulted her.
Internet sleuths have been doing their duty in digging up the past and found old online posts that she probably wishes she’d never even posted.
For example, in August 2012, she posted about her sexual fantasies and asked, “Would you have sex with Donald Trump for $17,000?” (Even if you could A) give the money to Charity? B) Close your eyes? And he’s not allowed to speak?)”.
Why would you post about having sex with someone if they sexually assaulted you? Hmmmm…
That same year she also announced that she is a “MASSIVE” fan of Donald Trump’s show, The Apprentice.
A massive fan of a show centered on your alleged rapist? C’mon.
Carroll posted to social media, “Two many good TV shows on Sunday Night! My God! What do YOU watch?”
She then answered her own question by stating, “I’m a MASSIVE Apprentice fan.”
E. Jean Carroll can't remember exactly when she was allegedly raped, but 11 years ago she declared herself to be a "MASSIVE" fan of Trump's show "The Apprentice"
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) May 11, 2023
The trail doesn’t go cold there! In 2018, she tweeted that she was seeking a MAGA woman to befriend and convince her to not vote for Trump in the coming election.
Carroll wrote, “Each of us should find one Trump Woman THAT WE PERSONALLY KNOW and spend the next three months tenderly and intelligently convincing her to vote against the candidates of his party in November. THAT WOULD STOP HIM.”
Each of us should find one Trump Woman THAT WE PERSONALLY KNOW and spend the next three months tenderly and intelligently convincing her to vote against the candidates of his party in November.
THAT WOULD STOP HIM. @LisaBirnbach
— E. Jean Carroll (@ejeancarroll) June 30, 2018
Then, just a year later, Carroll rolled out a sexual assault claim, accusing Trump of raping her in 1996. Of course the left just gobbled that accusation up and begged for seconds.
In 2019, Carroll sat down with Vanity Fair and actually admitted in the interview that Trump did not “rape” her because she didn’t want to identify as a victim and give him the power. She then described the alleged confrontation as a “fight.”
But now that it fits the left’s narrative, her story is that he raped her again.
As Trump said, E. Jean Carroll a “whack job!”
“Does anybody believe that I would take a then almost 60-year-old woman that I didn’t know, from the front door of a very crowded department store, (with me being very well known, to put it mildly!), into a tiny dressing room, and …. her? She didn’t scream? There are no witnesses? Nobody saw this? She never made a police complaint? If I was seen there with a woman-BIG PRESS. SCAM!” Trump posted to his social media Truth Social.
On Tuesday, a Manhattan jury reached a verdict in the E. Jean Carroll rape/defamation case, deeming Trump liable for sexual abuse but not for rape. He was then ordered to pay Carroll $5 million in damages.
“I HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA WHO THIS WOMAN IS. THIS VERDICT IS A DISGRACE – A CONTINUATION OF THE GREATEST WITCH HUNT OF ALL TIME” Trump declared on Truth Social on Wednesday afternoon.
He added, “WHAT ELSE CAN YOU EXPECT FROM A TRUMP HATING, CLINTON APPOINTED JUDGE, WHO WENT OUT OF HIS WAY TO MAKE SURE THAT THE RESULT WAS AS NEGATIVE AS IT COULD POSSIBLY BE, SPEAKING TO, AND IN CONTROL OF, A JURY FROM AN ANTI-TRUMP AREA WHICH IS PROBABLY THE WORST PLACE IN THE U.S. FOR ME TO GET A FAIR “TRIAL.”
On Thursday, the 2024 presidential candidate’s lawyers officially filed a notice to appeal the E. Jean Carroll verdict.
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) May 11, 2023
On Sunday, Trump straight up exposed her old tweets on his Truth Social.
He shared on of Carroll’s tweets from 2015 that read, “How do you know your “unwanted sexual advance” is unwanted, until you advance it?”
The same year she asked her followers, “Any ideas on how to dominate a man?”, with the link to an article she wrote for ELLE magazine called “ASK E. JEAN.”
In the column she wrote, a reader asked Carroll for advice as she’s being “pursued by a wealthy, proper British banker who is all but begging me to let him be my “loyal, obedient slave.” He is serious. When it comes to sex, he wants me to order him around.”
Carroll replied, “Please. It’s gonna kill you to give the chap an order? Heck, order him to come to my house and clean out my basement. Why not find out “where it all may lead”? After all, you can’t play the “gentle, romantic” lady night in, night out, with the same underlit, soul-killing softness and the same brain-coddling endearments, because soon it becomes so boring that you stop caring altogether. When you were a kid, didn’t you play hide-and-seek? Then double dare, dress-up, tag, doctor, Barbies? Well, that’s what the best sex is. And as in all great games, changing tactics ignites the sacred fires. And the sparks are what made the stars, Miss Pants. So: Order him to paint your toenails.”
In 2010, Carroll tweeted sexual tips from her dog, which suggests hunting down and raping a man when you are “in heat.”
She wrote, “Sext tip I learned from my dog: when in heat, chase the male until he collapses with exhaustion…then jump him!”
Sex Tip I Learned From My Dog: When in heat, chase the male until he collapses with exhaustion . . . then jump him!
— E. Jean Carroll (@ejeancarroll) May 7, 2010
Here are a few more tweets he shared in of Carroll clearly not sounding like a rape victim: