Stormy Daniels Should Be Drizzle Daniels
After much hype and ballyhoo and a record-setting 22 million people watching CBS’s 60 Minute’s interview with porn star Stormy Daniels, it turned out to be just a light Drizzle Daniels.
After weeks and weeks of relentless hype from the anti-Trump mainstream media, after endless teases about Big Reveals, Sunday night’s 60 Minutes interview with ex-porn star Stormy Daniels ended up being the Al Capone’s vault of anti-Trump news. A big, fat nothing. On Sunday night, all 60 Minutes was able to deliver was dirt, empty promises, and defeat.
Although I didn’t see the interview from what I read and what they are saying it amounts to a big so what!!! She claims this all happened 12 years ago and that the most shocking thing was Trump said it doesn’t matter what his wife thinks as they have separate bedrooms. She says they watched a documentary on sharks for shark week and she spanked him with a magazine and the sex was consensual. That’s it? Big deal!!!
We were exposed to more shocking things when Clinton was in office when he was abusing women left and right, forcing himself on Kathleen Willey, exposing himself to Paula Jones, raping Juanita Broderick, having Monica give him oral sex under the desk and other acts. Each time the media said what he does on his own time is none of our business even though Kathleen Willey and Monica was on our time in the oval office.
With Trump this was a rich guy having sex with a porn queen 12 years ago before he was president and as she said it was consensual not like Clinton raping Juanita Broderick. This has no effect on his job today which so far is doing great even though the media won’t report it. They know the Russia story concocted by Hillary and her team is failing so now they stoop to a new low reporting on a washed-up porn queen looking for attention and possibly money in their quest to overthrow this president. What a shame!!!
Now she is contradicting statements she made. Stephanie Clifford, her real name, had signed a $130,000 nondisclosure agreement (NDA) to keep quiet about the alleged affair in October 2016, she denied that it ever happened in several written statements in January 2018. Now she’s changed her tune, turning to the media with her story.
Daniels admitted to being untruthful in the public statement she issued in mid-January of this year, denying the affair. She had written at the time:
I recently became aware that certain news outlets are alleging that I had a sexual and/or romantic affair with Donald Trump many, many, many years ago. I am stating with complete clarity that this is absolutely false. My involvement with Donald Trump was limited to a few public appearances and nothing more.
She had again reiterated, “It never happened,” in a statement tweeted by Buzzfeed on January 30:
Daniels told Cooper she was responding to a combination of legal and physical threats from Cohen in signing the statements. Cooper asked, “So you signed and released– a statement that said I am not denying this affair because I was paid in hush money I’m denying it because it never happened. That’s a lie?”
Daniels answered, “Yes.”
“If it was untruthful, why did you sign it?” Cooper pressed.
Daniels said she had been made to feel she “had no choice.” But, as Cooper noted, nobody “had a gun to” her head.
Cooper also asked Daniels if she feared legal retaliation, and she said yes. She told Cooper that she was told, “They can make your life hell in many different ways.”
When Cooper asked who she meant by “they,” Daniels said, “I’m not exactly sure who they were. I believe it to be Michael Cohen.”
A lawyer for Michael Cohen, Brent Blakely, sent a letter on Sunday night to Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, demanding that he retract the accusations that Cohen threatened Daniels using a “thug.”
Cohen denied he was “responsible for an alleged thug” who made “an alleged threat” and demanded that Avenatti “make clear that you have no facts or evidence whatsoever to support your allegations.”
In constantly changing her story, Daniels may simply be doing what makes the most sense at the time, changing her statements as it suits her financial interest.
Sounds like the threats Clinton’s victims had that Hilary supposedly sent thugs out to scare them off.
Democrats proved that integrity and honor are not important by letting a rapist named Bill Clinton abuse an underlying in the Oval Office. He had already paid off Jennifer Flowers and 3 rape accusations, but to Democrats Stormy’s interview is important.
Trump is guilty of cheating on his wife in a consensual relationship with a porn star. Whoop de doo unless you’re Melania or the Pope.
Meanwhile, the camera-hungry lawyer representing Stormy Daniels may have implicated himself or his client in a crime — and potentially opened her up to a $20 million lawsuit.
According to a legal analysis by lawyer Robert Barnes on Law and Crime, Avenatti “chose to file the suit that disclosed confidential information publicly, rather than under seal, in his suit to set aside the non-disclosure confidentiality agreement. By doing so, Avenatti exposed his client to a $20M judgment.”
Additionally, Avenatti tweeted of a photo of a DVD which he claims contains additional evidence and was being used as a “warning shot.” If this DVD contains a sex tape as many have speculated, it would be revenge porn of the worst kind — and he has opened his client up to criminal prosecution.
If the DVD is in fact revenge porn, the mere existence of it can be a crime in California if it was filmed without Trump’s knowledge or consent.
“California Penal Code section 632 criminalizes any person who ‘without the consent of all parties’ records their activity. California Penal Code 637.2 specifically authorizes a private suit, with a treble-damages award. All that is required is for the injured party to show they did not consent and that they had a ‘reasonable expectation’ no recording was taking place,” lawyer Robert Barnes explained on Law and Crime. “Ask the Gawker jury how jurors feel about the disclosure of private tapes.”
Second, Barnes points out that California Penal Code 647(j) makes secretly recording sexual activity a crime, labeling it an “invasion of privacy.”
Third, if it is a tape and is released, it would be considered non-consensual disclosure of recorded sexual activity — even if it was filmed with consent, according to California Penal Code 647(j)(4).
Avenatti and his client’s political motivations would also come into play in a civil suit.
Most people including myself could care less about Trump’s sex life 12 years ago. They voted for a bulldog to get things accomplished in DC, the home of filth and corruption. We shall leave spiritual concerns to the professions. In fact, I hope he did have lots of sex and got it out of his system so that he doesn’t get caught up in Bill Clinton like sexcapades while in office.
Consensual sex between adults is not a crime. Trump may be a philanderer, but he’s not a philandering rapist. He didn’t force her to do anything. Regardless of his faults, he’s been a Very effective president and I’m glad America made the right decision.