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Dems Concoct Conspiracy Theory Of Trump Raping Teen At Epstein’s House

Carmone Sabia

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Since the arrest of convicted pedophile, and accused sex trafficker, Jeffrey Epstein, Democrats have been pushing conspiracy theories about his connections to President Donald Trump.

The rumor, or conspiracy theory, is that the president raped one of Epstein’s girls when she was 13-years-old and has kept the information hidden.

The facts of the case, which Democrats stealthily avoid, do not lend any credibility to her story and, in fact, work against it.

It is important to note that if anyone rapes a 13-year-old girl, or anyone, they should have to face justice regardless of their politics.

But it is also important to note that in the United States someone who is accused of a crime has to be proven guilty before they face justice.

It is a proven fact that President Trump did know Epstein and did appear to count him as a friend and even reference his penchant for young girls.

“I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years.

Terrific guy,” he said. “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

But many rich men like younger women, key word women, and many billionaires know each other as they are in the same circles.

Those who tout that quote from President Trump, from a long time before Epstein was charged with anything, ignore that President Trump was the first person to take action against him.


When Trump learned that Epstein had allegedly sexually assaulted a woman at his Mar-A-Lago resort he banned him.

Then, when the attorneys for the victims were looking for information on Epstein it was Trump who was one of not many who helped them.

None of that proves or disproves his guilt or innocence, but the accuser’s own failed lawsuits against the president help his case, Snopes reported.

“Johnson” had previously filed forms asking to be let off the hook for the costs of the lawsuit, claiming she had only $300 to her name … such an allowance — known as in forma paupers — is only given in civil rights cases in California, and the judge ruled that she “failed to state a claim for relief” on a civil rights basis, even though she “utilized the form provided by the Central District of California for civil actions.”

“Even construing the … pleading liberally, Plaintiff has not alleged any race-based or class-based animus against her, and consequently, her … allegations fail to state a claim upon which relief may be granted,” the judge wrote … the address listed on the paperwork leads to an abandoned property, and the phone number goes straight to voicemail.

The judge in the case dismissed the charges on those grounds as it is suspicious that a plaintiff would give a fake address.

But the plaintiff then took her case to a New York court, after the statute of limitations, and the case was dropped by the plaintiff citing death threats.

She also decided to cancel a press conference she had organized with her attorney Lisa Bloom, the daughter of Gloria Allred.

The plaintiff’s accusations are bone chilling and if anyone did those things to her they should face the consequences of those actions.

But accusations have to be accompanied by facts and testimony under oath, not a video for the Internet, and for that reason there is strong reason to doubt her.

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