The Donald Trump child rape victim’s story, as revealed early this morning by Daily Mail, is a work of complete fiction.
The damning story served as a shadow of nuisance behind Trump’s race for President of the United States, as many Hillary Clinton supporters routinely took advantage of the rumor that the Republican nominee is a child rapist.
A rumor that now, on the day Americans cast their final ballots, has been solidly debunked.
“But DailyMail.com has been told that elements of what Johnson had claimed crumbled at the last minute.
Her claims can today be exposed as untruthful, the key fact being that Donald Trump was not involved whatsoever.”
The Trump child rape victim, who adopted the name “Katie Johnson” to file the litigation, abruptly canceled what was supposed to be a nationally televised press conference this past Wednesday, claiming that she was being threatened to keep her story silent. If she hadn’t bowed out of the conference, the world would have learned her true identity.
Donald vehemently denied Johnson’s accusations when she opened the case in April, and he and his lawyers labeled it as nothing more than a swindle made to cast him as a dark man capable of the cruelest of atrocities.
“When the suit was filed in April, Trump’s legal team branded the allegations ‘disgusting at the highest level’ and a ‘hoax’ clearly framed to ‘solicit media attention or, perhaps… simply politically motivated.'”
Two days after nixing the press conference, Johnson altogether dropped the lawsuit against the real estate billionaire, fueling the notion that she did so because of threats she claimed to have been receiving, while also sparking conjecture that the extremely wealthy GOP candidate bribed her with a sum of money she couldn’t say no to.
When first opening the case, the Trump child rape victim said she’d been raped, assaulted and falsely imprisoned by Donald Trump and convicted child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Epstein also has connections to the Clintons, as Inquisitr reported last week. This may explain why Hillary and her campaign never really pushed the child rape story to a large degree, because they knew the name of the pedophile would implicate them in activities they wish to keep the public in the dark about.
Katie Johnson herself spoke with journalists about why she lied and made herself into the Donald Trump child rape victim. “We would have a rapist in the White House. I would feel horrified every single day if I stay in this country,” she said, making it apparent that, although the GOP-running presidential hopeful never sexually assaulted her, she still believes he’s a rapist.
Katie maintains that she was sexually abused on more than one occasion by Jeffrey Epstein during mid-1994. A separate informant told Daily Mail that her story “had been believable and compelling right up until the last minute,” when it was found out “Donald Trump’s name had been inserted into this, [and] he was not involved whatsoever.”
Another problem with the Trump child rape victim story is that in the past, she has insisted that she’d never be able to forget the face of the man who imprisoned and raped her when she was just a young girl. However, she has also claimed that she had, at one point, no idea who had raped her in 1994, and it was only after she got a glance at Trump while viewing an episode of The Apprentice that she began to convince herself it must have been him.
Sources have pointed out that Katie has struggled with drug addiction and she’s been busted twice for driving while under the influence of alcohol. It appears these things were brought up in an attempt to explain why she made the choice to implicate Donald Trump in crimes he had nothing to do with.
Now we know the woman who played the Trump child rape victim lied to Americans about the Republican front-runner. We also have an inkling as to why Hillary Clinton never made a big deal about the allegations, because doing so would have put into question her own dealings with a criminal pedophile.
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