(Congressional Agenda) – They say hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, but I say it’s more like hell hath no fury like an evil, vindictive woman with a low balance in her bank account. This adage is being proven true by E. Jean Carroll, a woman who popped out of the woodwork to accuse former President Donald Trump of sexual assault. He promptly denied the allegations, which led to her filing a lawsuit that just last week awarded her $83 million. However, for Carroll, the fact she won a dubious lawsuit and is now a millionaire is not enough. She stated during an interview on Monday that she has plans for the cash. Carroll is going to use it to cause Trump pain.
According to BizPac Review, “Having previously landed $5 million from her civil suit against former President Donald Trump that found him liable for battery and defamation, the author was awarded more than $83 million in damages by a New York City jury in her follow-up defamation suit.”
The clearly overjoyed Carroll appeared on “Good Morning America” where she sat next to her lawyer Roberta Kaplan and continued to throw allegations at the former president while also making threats of potentially filing more lawsuits in the future. Because, like a shark, the victory from last Friday has Carroll smelling blood in the water.
Program host George Stephanopoulos greeted Carroll in the segment as if she were a superstar or royalty asking her if victory had “settled in yet?” Mainstream media outlets like ABC News are propaganda makers and the way Stephanopoulos conducted himself during this interview just adds to the evidence backing that assertion up. They revel in every opportunity to harm Trump and those who support his America First agenda.
“What a great question,” she said with a chuckle. “The elation was so great on Friday. It filled me up — it was almost painful.”
“Today I’m just very happy because I’m calm enough to realize what [Kaplan] did,” Carroll replied.
“I don’t want to waste money,” the author remarked before explaining what she’s got planned for the cash. “Well, I do have an idea. I’d like to give the money to something Donald Trump hates. If it will cause him pain for me to give money to certain things, that’s my intent-”
“Perhaps a fund for the women who have been sexually assaulted by Donald Trump,” the host interjected, despite the fact that former President Trump has not been convicted by a jury of his peers concerning any such allegations. Stephanopoulos needs to be reminded that in the United States you are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Besides, there have been more than a few allegations of sexual assault made against President Joe Biden, but I don’t see Stephanopoulos wanting to come to the aid of those women. Why not? Isn’t that a little inconsistent? Of course it is. It’s a double standard all around.
“The media blitz that included appearances on CBS and CNN Monday morning repeating many of the same details also had Kaplan undeterred by the potential for delays in the receipt of the eight-figure sum,” the report noted. “As had been detailed, while the appeals process is underway, Trump is still expected to pay Carroll in full or he could attempt to secure a bond that would come with interest and fees if he were able to find a financial institution willing to loan him the tens of millions of dollars.”
If Trump were to repeat the statements that led to Carroll filing the lawsuit in the first place, Kaplan declared, “All options are on the table. If we have to bring another case, we bring another case.”
Social media users, however, were not buying what Carroll was trying to sell, referring to her behavior during the interview as disgusting and indicative of being a gold-digger.
She proved herself as a money hungry, man hating woman.
— Daniel Lee Bernard (@dlbklb) January 29, 2024
Turned it off immediately. #gma.abc disgusting
— Irene Sanders (@Irenejs518) January 29, 2024
So much going on in the world and this is what you put on?
You are so bought and paid for by the DNC.
— Charles Jagielski (@c_jagielski) January 29, 2024
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