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Stay out of it, Melania

Melania is in the news today. She’s threatening to sue People Magazine because their writer Natasha Stoynoff gave a first hand account of being groped by Donald Trump. He shoved her against a wall and forced his tongue in her mouth then whispered, ” We’re going to have an affair “.  

All together now. 


Melania says it never happened. This was just around the time she had given birth to Baron. But it sure sounds like Donald’s MO. So, she’s going to sue. I don’t know why she feels she has a case. The New York Times wrote an amazing retort to Trump’s lawyers about who tarnished Donald’s reputation. Read it here. That’s going to leave marks. 

Anyway, Melania, just stay out of it. We were all starting to sympathize with you, imagining what your life must be like with The Donald. Does he weigh you everyday? Portion out your carrot sticks and nonfat yogurt? Does he compare you to younger models? (No pun intended) 

Just don’t go there. You still have a reputation left. You may need it when this is over. 


14 Responses

  1. Isn’t this exactly what T accuses Hilary of– intimidating accusers?

    • If you mean getting cover from Melania by making her file the defamation suit, yeah.

  2. When you can’t say anything nice, say nothing at all; except for this:

    Poor Dears: The Grab Our Pussies Party wanted to rehash the scandals of the nineties, and they’ve succeeded beyond their wildest dreams with some minor changes: Old movie; New leading man.

    Enjoy the petard ride, suckers!

  3. Do you think Melania’s actions are under her own control? I mean… it would be Trump who’d sue People, not her… they didn’t say she assaulted the People reporter.

    Now Miss WA reveals her assault by Trump. 2013…

    • No, I don’t think Melania had much control over the suit which curiously has nothing to do with the accusation. It has to do with the reporter saying she met Melania on the street in manhattan and that Melania did an air kissy “hello, dahling, where have you been?” thing. Melania says they aren’t friends and demands that people retract that stuff blahdiblahdiblah. I’ve heard that Melania is a genuinely nice person from the other east side ladies. Maybe that means she doesn’t short the nanny, who knows. If she’s married to The Donald this long, it could mean that’s she’s proficient in manipulating someone with NPD, right?
      That makes her … what?
      In any case, notice how the Democrats have avoided dragging Melania into this mess, which could conceivably be pretty easy to do. And yet {{crickets}}

      Hillary may not be behind the latest accusations on Trump but I defy any Democratic guy to tell me she’s a bad campaigner after this election season. She’s playing a brilliant game.

  4. I’ve been too busy this week to keep up with The Rude Pundit (and I will be busy again today), but he posted a good one (uncommonly free of rudeness) on the 7th:

    “We Are in this Election Because The Right Couldn’t Stop Trying to Destroy Clinton (and the Media Loved It)”

  5. http://www.newsweek.com/neil-buchanan-why-press-ganging-clinton-509084?rx=us

    exactly what you have saying all along about the press bias against Hillary

  6. Wow IMHO those big media corporations are the ones that should be worried about legal action those reasons are outlined in the US EEOC Harassment guidelines:

    Harassment is unwelcome conduct that is based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information. Harassment becomes unlawful where 1) enduring the offensive conduct becomes a condition of continued employment, or 2) the conduct is severe or pervasive enough to create a work environment that a reasonable person would consider intimidating, hostile, or abusive. Anti-discrimination laws also prohibit harassment against individuals in retaliation for filing a discrimination charge…

    Oops, class action grounds?

  7. Off-topic: I thought, for the first time in months, to check Derek Lowe’s column (I forgot the poor guy’s name and had to search for “Frisky Perchlorates” to find his column again), and found a new “Things I Won’t Work With” post (my favorite feature)! :mrgreen:

  8. Spammy’s knickers are twisted again. 😛

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