A bit of an update - plus some history - from late this past week:
Woman suing Trump over alleged teen rape drops suit, again
> The accuser’s lead attorney, Thomas Meagher of New Jersey, did not immediately respond to requests for comment. He filed a one-page notice dismissing the case Friday evening in federal court in Manhattan. No explanation was given for the action.
> (Lisa) Bloom did not immediately respond to requests for comment Friday.
> Two earlier suits were filed over the same alleged events.
> The first suit over the alleged rapes was filed in federal court in Riverside, California, in April by someone acting without an attorney and using the name “Katie Johnson.” That suit named both Trump and Epstein as defendants, alleging that the two men held Johnson as a “sex slave” and repeatedly forced her to engage in sexual acts against her will.
> Another version of the suit was filed in federal court in June, but withdrawn in September after apparently never being served on the defendants.
> The case was refiled later that month.
Her first lawsuit was dismissed for, among other things, using a false address. My guess is that in this third iteration “Thomas Meagher of New Jersey” or his staff must’ve used the "E-Word" (Evidence) in her presence. And/Or maybe pointed to a calendar and handed her an envelope containing a few portraits of Benjamin Franklin.
All these claims have one thing in common: they have aspects that make fact-checking difficult. The most common such aspect is that they are placed 20-40 years in the past. How many people can come up with even rudimentary documentation and witnesses of the plane trip they took or the concert they attended 20 or 30 years ago? This case adds an annoymorous accuser who claims to fear Donald Trump, even though she, apparently, lives a continent away (assuming she even exists), in a somewhat out of the way part of CA (San Bernardino and Riverside Counties). But whoever crafted some of the false accusations was careless: the airline story placed the incident on a plane type the cited airline never owned or flew on the route cited (the actual plane used on that route, the Boeing 727, would NEVER be mistaken for a Boeing 707, which the accusation called out). The concert groping accusation cites venue, date, and artist, but that artist didn’t do a concert in that venue on or near that date. Whoever crafted this alleged female’s story took a different tack in preventing fact-checking - annoynymity.
Recognize the patterns in the Trump accusations:
Placement of incidents in time-frames that make fact-checking and response difficult;
Seeming incidental details added to the stories to add credibility that are, despite the distance in time, found to be false.
And connect those dots. These are counterfeit 3-dollar bills!
Recognize the patterns in accusations against R candidates for the past 3 Presidential elections:
In 2008 Sen. McCain was falsely accused - by the New York Times! - of having an affair with a reporter;
In late 2011 Herman Cain dropped out of the race due to not wanting to deal with false accusations of sexual harassment;
In 2016 Trump has been falsely accused of sexual assaults.
This pattern demonstrates that false accusations against R candidates is a chapter in the Ds’ Presidential campaign playbook, not random coincidence.
Speaking of tactical patterns: Goldwater was accused of being ready to start WW3; Reagan was accused of being a loose cannon who would start a nuclear war; The SHREW and her operatives are claiming Trump is so stupidly bellicose that he’ll start a war with Russia.