If you look up the fake-sounding but real name “Jessica Drake” on even a mild porn site, you get your choice of “Jessica Drake–Anal,” “Jessica Drake–Threesomes,” “Jessica Drake–Lesbian,” and some that I cannot repeat in this wholesome magazine.
But a quick look tells you that this extremely long-in-the-tooth “porn star” has done just about everything you can imagine, and many things you really cannot imagine.
The beauty of this is that this poor creature, heaven help her, is now the “eleventh woman” who was supposedly approached inappropriately by Donald Trump. Supposedly, Mr. Trump called her to his room at a resort in the western U.S. He then kissed her. Did not have sex. Nothing involved with the digestive tract. No threesomes. No lesbian. Nothing. She then returned to her room and, supposedly, was called by Mr. Trump or someone acting on his behalf, and offered $10,000 to come to his room. She was also offered a ride to wherever she was heading on his jet. She indignantly refused, according to her lawyer, the ever-present Gloria Allred, wearing her ever-present pink Chanel jacket at an indignant press conference. (She is said to be a wealthy woman. She must have more clothes than that. I guess it’s just a favorite. I know I wear the same navy blazer all of the time.)
Now, “Jessica Drake” did not report it, whatever “it” is, for ten years. “Miss Drake” used to get, as I am told, about $2,000 for having extremely odd sex on camera with total strangers. And we are supposed to believe that she turned down TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS to have sex with a famous businessman, without even having to have cameras there or lights or anything? Maybe not even to have sex. Just to come to his room.
As a smart 27-year-old woman who knows something about sex abuse told me tonight, “Yeah, right. Try that lie on someone else.”
But maybe it’s true. Jessica Drake says she has done some magnificent anonymous — of course — charity work and maybe she’s as pure as the driven snow now and was 10 years ago (although that is not what one gathers from her bio, which clearly says she was and is extremely busy in the sex business and has made anal sex her particular specialty for some years now). Maybe she’s the saint of deviant sex. Again, where’s the crime here? A man offers a woman a gift for private, consensual sex. It’s not like curing AIDS but, again, where is the crime there? It happens all day long. The crime would be if she worked for him when he was governor or attorney general of a southern state, and he raped her, and then his wife threatened her kids and her if she came forward with the story. Naturally, that story does not get covered except in the “alt right” press. I guess I am just stupid, but I don’t see serious misconduct here in the life of Jessica Drake.
(By the way, the crime of sex abuse is when a woman’s former boyfriend chokes her into unconsciousness and threatens to kill her if she reports it to the police. That’s the story of my beautiful 27-year-old friend. She reported what happened to the district attorney of the small town where she lived. The DA did nothing. That’s sex abuse.)
Meanwhile, the MSM is full of stories of the “total meltdown” of the GOP. It’s bad all right. It’s extremely bad, and I really wish my pal from South Carolina, Lindsey Graham, were the nominee. But the total meltdown has been of the mainstream media. Foaming at the mouth about Donald Trump asking a sex star to come to his room while tens of thousands die in Aleppo because our President backed out on his red lines. Now, the MSM has reached a new low with its refusal to acknowledge that when Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump in Debate Three of purposely colluding with Putin to alter the U.S. election, she was committing textbook libel: a damaging falsehood about a public figure spoken or written intentionally, knowing that it is false or uttered with such contempt and negligence that there might as well be specific intent.
But Mrs. Clinton totally got away with it. I know Mr. Trump loves to sue people. Let’s see him sue HRC for libel over that after she’s in the Oval Office. Public figures are not immune from libel actions. A well-heeled plaintiff can go after them. Go for it, Donald! Trump it!
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