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The ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Plot Line and the Wicked Travesty of ‘Justice’ in New York

Posted on | January 27, 2024 | Comments Off on The ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Plot Line and the Wicked Travesty of ‘Justice’ in New York

I watch CNN (so you don’t have to) and they were practically peeing their pants in excitement Friday over the jury’s verdict in the ridiculous defamation suit against Trump. It’s not an exaggeration to say that I was enraged by this, and perhaps for personal reasons, considering my own experience with bogus lawsuits (“Sue Me Again, You Evil Liar”).

Here’s the thing: In 2019, E. Jean Carroll, a former sex-advice columnist, made a literally incredible accusation against Trump, which no reasonable person could possibly believe. This was all about selling a book (What Do We Need Men For?: A Modest Proposal), and the story was completely implausible: Carroll claims that in 1995 or 1996, she just happened to bump into Trump while he was walking into the Bergdorf Goodman department store on Fifth Avenue. This chance encounter eventually led to him sexually assaulting her in a dressing room, she said. To which any reasonable person would reply, “Are you kidding me?”

World-famous real estate mogul just happens to be out doing some shopping — by himself, walking down Fifth Avenue, he decides to pop into Bergdorf Goodman — when he randomly encounters a sex-advice columnist, asks her advice on his gift purchases, then takes her into a dressing room and rapes her. Did I mention (because it certainly seems relevant to me) that, at the time of this alleged incident, E. Jean Carroll was 53 years old? What adjective should I use here? Mere words cannot express the extremity of my doubt toward the claim that Trump, whose three wives were all models and younger than him, would be accosting this woman, who was three years his senior. And that he would have done this while out shopping at Bergdorf Goodman!

After Carroll went public with this preposterous claim — which, I repeat, was part of the promotion for her 2019 book — it was pointed out that this tale of being raped in a Bergdorf Goodman’s dressing room was suspiciously similar to the plot of a 2012 episode of Law & Order: SVU.

To me, that was the definitive proof that Carroll was lying. First, there was the implausible scenario of her just happening to bump into Trump who, despite his wealth and notoriety, was allegedly strolling down Fifth Avenue when he headed into this department store to do some shopping. Right, and Al Pacino sodomized me in the bargain basement at Filene’s — you get my drift here? But then there was the problematic fact (which I hesitate to point out for fear of offending Women of a Certain Age™) that at the time of this alleged encounter, E. Jean Carroll was long past her prime. She had been a cheerleader and beauty pageant contestant in her youth, but at age 53? To quote our President: “C’mon, man.

That was two strikes against Carroll’s veracity, but when we learn that her tale repeats the plot of a primetime TV drama? Three strikes.

You may notice, by the way, the less-than-coincidental resemblance between Carroll’s story and what happened to Brett Kavanaugh (“Democrats Pull the Sleaziest Smear in Their Long History of Sleazy Smears”). Come up with a story of a heinous sex crime committed decades earlier by the targeted person (who, just coincidentally, happens to be someone that Democrats are desperate to destroy) and then pretend that the mere accusation is sufficient to conclude that the person must be guilty. No matter how preposterous the claim may be, the media will automatically defend the accuser: “Oh, it takes so much courage for the survivor of such a traumatic incident to come forward and tell the truth!”

Christine Blasey Ford got this Courageous Survivor™ treatment. Anyone who doubted her unsubstantiated slander was accused of being a misogynistic rape apologist, and let’s not even get started on how the media tried to drag Kavanaugh’s high school buddy Mark Judge into this orchestrated partisan smear. If someone in the media establishment ever asks why nobody trusts them anymore, just tell them to ask Mark Judge.

The problem, as it regards the verdict against Trump, is that there is no justice in New York. The entire state has become a latter-day Gomorrah, a Third World hellhole where no honest man would dwell. In May 2022, the state’s Democrat-controlled legislature passed the Adult Survivors Act, which allowed “alleged victims of sexual offenses for which the statute of limitations has lapsed to file civil suits for a one-year period, from November 24, 2022, to November 24, 2023″ (emphasis added). Do you think the passage of this law was entirely coincidental?

Creating a one-year window, waiving the statute of limitations for one specific type of lawsuit? Gosh, I wonder if the Democrats who control the New York legislature might have had a certain lifelong New Yorker in mind? But that’s just a crazy conspiracy theory, I guess.

Returning to the narrative, after Carroll went public with her story lifted from the plot of an NBC primetime drama, Trump naturally called her a liar and she then sued him for defamation. How crazy is this? You accuse somebody of rape, and when they deny it, you claim that their denial is tortuous defamation! This lawsuit lingered until after Trump left the White House, and the Democrats in New York then (coincidentally) waived the statute of limitation for sexual assault lawsuits, then Carroll sued under that law and — because it’s New York — in May 2023 a jury agreed Trump was guilty of assaulting her. After the verdict, Trump continued to assert his innocence, which is what led to the jury awarding Carroll $83 million (!!!) for defamation in Friday’s verdict.

Did I mention that in 2016, Hillary Clinton got 87% of the vote in Manhattan? Because I think that fully explains this Manhattan jury’s verdict. It’s pure partisan political vengeance and yet the idiot talking heads on CNN were calling the verdict a triumph for “the rule of law,” which is the insult that sent me into a towering rage that not even a thousand-word rant is sufficient to quell. The only way I can get this out of my system is to pronounce judgment on the State of New York, to issue a dire prophecy of apocalyptic doom. Very bad things are going to happen to New York, and if there are still any truly innocent people living there, I feel an obligation to warn them to leave as soon as possible. Every citizen of New York is complicit in the manifest evil of this travesty of justice, so that when the Divine Wrath comes pouring down upon you, there can be no appeal to mercy. None shall escape this retribution. Migrant hordes, mass shootings, fentanyl overdoses, subway crashes, bridge collapses, natural catastrophes — when these plagues befall you, New Yorkers, do not expect any sympathy from the rest of America.

Mene, mene, tekel, upharsin — “You are weighed in the balance and found wanting,” and the eternal destruction of Hell awaits you.


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