Trump Accuser E. Jean Carroll Won’t Agree to Let NYPD Investigate Her Dress for DNA Evidence When Asked By CNN

E. Jean Carroll has claimed that she did not wash the dress she was wearing after being “raped” by President Donald Trump in the 1990s — but will not agree to allow the NYPD to test it for DNA and prove her outlandish tale.

The 75-year-old writer was asked by CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota if the dress could contain evidence of her allegations, causing the elderly writer to clam up.

“I have no idea; I do not know if the president ejaculated. I have no idea,” Carroll responded.

When informed that there is no longer a statute of limitations on rape cases and that the NYPD has said that they will investigate it if she wishes to bring a case forward — Carroll wasn’t too keen on the idea.

“It’s past the time,” Carroll said — despite being repeatedly informed by Camerota that it was not. Her tone briefly changed as she repeated the excuse that “experts” have told her that it has been too long.

https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1143179098488860673

Carroll claims that she was raped by the president in Bergdorf Goodman in New York City, and that the extremely popular store just so happened to be empty. She described the incident by saying that Trump “unzips his pants, and, forcing his fingers around my private area, thrusts his penis halfway — or completely, I’m not certain — inside me.”

In an interview with MSNBC, Carroll made the ridiculous claim that she did not want to bring charges against the president because it would be “disrespectful to the women who are down on the border who are being raped around the clock down there without any protection.”

“It would just be disrespectful,” Carroll said. “Mine was three minutes. … I can handle it. I can keep going. My life has gone on. I’m a happy woman, but for the women down there and for the women —actually around the world, and every culture this is going on.”

https://twitter.com/RightHookUSA/status/1142459206425096193

If she doesn’t want it tried in the court of law, should she be allowed to freely smear someone’s name in the court of public opinion?

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