We know there are at least 200 outstanding cases of criminal sexual conduct against Donald Trump. Epstein was murdered to cover some, Cohen jailed to silence others and Ghislane Maxwell is magically immune from our legal system to cover even more.
Proof positive to VT…that the satanic child rapist Christian Evangelical community is behind him, people normal Americans work to identify and keep their children and pets away from.
Each of these complaints needs to be examined for conspiracy and obstruction and the police and prosecutors who took the payoffs jailed with Trump and his friends.
Daily Beast: President Donald Trump has failed in his legal bid to throw out a defamation lawsuit filed against him from advice columnist E. Jean Carroll, who accuses Trump of raping her 24 years ago. A New York state judge ruled that Carroll can now proceed with her lawsuit that alleges that Trump defamed her when he made public comments denying that he raped her.
Trump’s lawyers tried to invalidate the lawsuit on the basis that he was not in New York and didn’t live in the state when he made his comments, so New York’s courts didn’t have jurisdiction to hear the case.
However, Justice Doris Ling-Cohan said Trump failed to support that position with evidence, saying: “There is not even a tweet, much less an affidavit by defendant Trump in support of his motion.” Roberta Kaplan, a lawyer for Carroll, said: “We look forward to moving ahead in this case and proving that Donald Trump lied when he told the world that he did not rape our client and had not even met her.” Carroll alleged last year that Trump raped her in a dressing room at the Bergdorf Goodman department store in the mid-1990s.
WE MOVE AHEAD!!— E. Jean Carroll (@ejeancarroll) January 9, 2020
New York Supreme Court DENIES @realDonaldTrump's lame effort to get suit tossed.
Illustrious lawyer @kaplanrobbie (THE BEAST) is "unsurprised" that "Trump’s latest attempt to avoid discovery in our client’s case" flopped.https://t.co/9rut3b25UZ
New York Times: The judge also denied Mr. Trump’s accompanying request that discovery in the case be stayed.
Roberta Kaplan, Ms. Carroll’s lawyer, said in a statement that she and her client were “pleased, yet unsurprised” by the ruling.
“WE MOVE AHEAD!!” Ms. Carroll said on Twitter.
The lawyer representing Mr. Trump in the case, Lawrence Rosen, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Mr. Trump vehemently denied the allegations. He labeled Ms. Carroll a liar who was keen to sell a book. He said he had never met her despite a photo that showed them together in the 1980s. He also said he would not have assaulted Ms. Carroll because “she’s not my type.”
Ms. Carroll’s defamation suit, which she filed in November, is one of two that the president is facing in New York. The second was filed in 2017 by Summer Zervos, a former contestant on Mr. Trump’s television show, “The Apprentice,” who claims that he kissed and groped her at his office in New York and at a California hotel a decade before he ran for president.
In her suit, Ms. Zervos says that he called her accusations and those leveled by other women “totally false”; “made up stories and lies”; and “made up nonsense.”
Mr. Trump has failed so far in his efforts to have Ms. Zervos’s suit dismissed on the grounds that the United States Constitution insulates the president against such litigation.