Porn Star Who Denied Sex with Trump Told Different Story in Old Interview

The Daily Beast reports that Trump nicknamed porn star Stormy Daniels “Honeybunch” after their 2011 sexual encounter.

Although Trump’s base includes conservative Christians who disapprove of adultery, the reports of his frisky sexual behavior haven’t damaged him yet, nor are they likely to.

The base cares about immigration, not about skanks with stories to tell that advance their careers in the Satanic porn industry.

USA Today

In Touch magazine has published a 7-year-old interview with a former porn star in which she goes into salacious details about an alleged extramarital affair with Donald Trump that only last week she claimed never took place.


That mugshot above was taken when Stormy beat up her hubby for not doing the laundry correctly.

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Aging Porn Star Stormie Daniels Allegedly Paid $130G for Silence on Trump Affair


The deplorables didn’t vote for Donald Trump because we believed that he’s always been faithful to his wives.

Trump denies, the porn slut denies. But on a day in which the sharks were feeding on Trump because of his alleged “sh*thole” remarks, the press decided to recycle an old story.

New York Daily News

A former porn star was paid $130,000 by President Trump’s personal lawyer a month before the 2016 election — part of an agreement to keep her quiet about an extramarital affair she had with the President, according to a report Friday.

Attorney Michael Cohen arranged the payment to X-rated actress Stephanie Clifford after her lawyer negotiated a nondisclosure agreement, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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Georgia High School Students Settle Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Sheriff for $3 Million


Worth County High School is located in North Georgia. 92 percent of students qualify for a free school lunch. One source I consulted said the school was majority white. Another source claimed it was 100 percent “minority,” Asian and American Indian.

Whatever the race of the students, they might have to start paying for their lunches if the settlement is included in family income. There are only about 900 students who will share the money.

NBC News

A group of Georgia high school students have reached a $3 million settlement against the Worth County Sheriff’s Office after a judge ruled that law enforcement violated their civil rights by conducting a massive drug search without probable cause.

A judge ordered former Worth County Sheriff Jeff Hobby and his deputies to pay the staggering settlement to the students.

In April, Hobbs and his deputies spent hours at Worth County High School searching more than 800 students for drugs — and their search turned up empty.

Attorneys from the Southern Center for Human Rights and the Atlanta-based civil rights firm Horsley Begnaud filed a class-action lawsuit against the sheriff’s department on behalf of the students.

According to the suit, deputies “touched and manipulated students’ breasts and genitals” and “inserted fingers inside girls’ bras.” The suit also alleged that the searches revealed the students’ body parts.

Mark Begnaud, who represented the students in the lawsuit, said Hobbs executed the search based on scant evidence and in clear violation of the students’ constitutional rights.

“We hope this settlement sends a message to law enforcement beyond just south Georgia — or beyond Georgia — that this abuse of power is just not tolerated,” Begnaud said. “Students don’t shed their constitutional rights when they enter a school.”

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed an executive order Monday suspending Hobby and appointing a retired deputy sheriff, Bobby Sapp, to serve as interim head of the department.

According to NBC-affiliate WALB, the settlement will now go to U.S. District Judge Leslie Abrams for approval.

Begnaud said each of the students could receive a $1 to $6,000, depending on the severity and invasiveness of their search. Additional funds will be allocated to cover legal expenses and the remaining money will be set aside in a fund to benefit the high school, Begnaud said.

Attorney Raleigh Rollins, who represented Hobbs and the Worth County deputies, said taxpayers will not be responsible for paying the settlement. Instead, he said the funds will come from the Association County Commissioners of Georgia, which essentially provides insurance coverage to the sheriff’s department.

The Southern Center for Human Rights (SCHR) praised the judge’s decision to award the maximum amount in damages to students.

“The students’ voice have been heard,” Chrystal Redd, a lawyer with the center, said in a statement. “Their rights were violated on April 14, and they took the steps to ensure that these illegal searches would not go unnoticed.”

The Southern Center for Human Rights is a Jew outfit. No surprise there.

Stay Strong, Alabama! Roy Moore Still Ahead in Polls

At least one liberal was triggered this morning:

Hannity Gives Roy Moore 24 Hours to Explain or Drop Out

Roy Moore’s future looks exceedingly dim today as Sean Hannity’s ultimatum smells very much like a withdrawal of support from the politically incorrect judge.

I speculate that Hannity’s move is partly an effort to save his own job. He took an awful lot of abuse for his common sense defense of Roy on Friday.

But that seems like a million years ago.

Besides Hannity’s challenge to the judge, Politico reports that the Republican National Committee (RNC) has cut off his funding.

As is too often the case, Republican cucks would rather see a liberal Democrat in the Senate than stand up and fight.


Fox News host Sean Hannity walked back Tuesday night his original remarks insinuating that the five women accusing Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual assault when they were teenagers might be lying.

“For me, the judge has 24 hours,” Hannity said. “You must immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies that I just showed.”

Hannity’s break with his original comments follows a cascade of Republican figures distancing themselves from the GOP candidate, including the Republican National Committee.

Hannity on Friday defended Moore after an interview where he stopped short of flatly denying allegations that he sexually assaulted teen girls when he was the Etowah County district attorney. “How do you know if it’s true? How do we — what’s true? What’s not true? How do you ascertain the truth? What happens when it’s 38 years later?” Hannity asked.

When asked in that interview if he ever dated teen girls, Moore replied, “Not generally, no.”

On Tuesday, Hannity altered his position.

“Between this interview that I did and the inconsistent answers. Between him saying ‘I never knew this girl,’ and then that yearbook comes out,” Hannity said. “You must remove any doubt. If you can’t do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race.”

Hannity was referring to the disclosure of the 1977 high school yearbook of Brenda Young Nelson, the fifth woman to come forward accusing Moore of sexual assault. Despite Moore’s insistence that he does not know Nelson, her yearbook displays his signature; Nelson showed it during a press conference Monday in New York City with attorney Gloria Allred.

On Monday, Moore freshly denied the allegations, calling them “absolutely false” and a “political maneuver.”

Of the five women who have come forth, Leigh Corfman was the youngest at the time he says Moore pursued her, age 14.

Hannity’s defense of Moore spiraled into a bizarre feud with Keurig, the coffee machine company, which dropped their ads from the Hannity program after his Friday defense of Moore. The company sent a tweet Saturday announcing that it would be pulling its ads from Hannity’s show. But after videos and images of Hannity supporters destroying Keurig machines went viral, Keurig Chief Executive Bob Gamgort wrote an internal email apologizing for the manner in which it announced its decision and for appearing to “take sides.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has said he believes Moore should step out of the race. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who formerly held the Senate seat, said Monday during a hearing with the House Judiciary Committee that he has no reason not to believe Moore’s accusers. President Donald Trump has yet to make a statement on the matter.

As the pressure on Roy has mounted, he turned to a familiar venue: church.

Excerpt from ABC News

At the “God Save America Revival Conference” at Walker Springs Road Baptist Church in Jackson, Alabama on Tuesday night, embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore addressed a loyal crowd and made little mention of his sexual assault scandal.

“Obviously I’ve made a few people mad. I’m the only one who can unite Democrats and Republicans because I seem to be opposed by both,” said Moore. “They’ve spent over $30 million to try to take me out, they’ve done everything they could, and now they’re together to try to keep me from going to Washington.”

Moore was met by applause when he walked into the church, with his wife Kayla at his side. He spoke following almost an hour of preaching and songs from a youth choir.

“Today you find out that people would rather hear criticisms of a person than look at what he’s done for 20 to 30 to 40 years,” said Moore.

Steve Bannon, who helped Roy defeat Luther Strange in the Republican primary, is another loser in this mess. Bannon’s efforts to propel Roy into the Senate look like a waste of time at this point.

Bombshell Tucker Whistleblower Video: Podestas, Clintons, et. al. Implicated in Russian Collusion

Manafort was working for the Podesta group on behalf of Russian interests.

Cankles is pooping in her Depends tonight.


Winning! Alt-Right Twitter Exploding Over Hillary’s Involvement in Trump Dossier

Although Donald Trump hasn’t weighed in yet on the news (see previous post below) tying the Democrat establishment to the Trump dossier smear job last year, the alt-right has taken to Twitter to put the story at the top of the trending list.

Hillary, Obama, Comey, Podesta, McCain–they’re all implicated. The joy on Twitter is so thick that you can cut it with a knife.

I’ve tried to put together Tweets that show where this story is going over the next months.

Next step: Solve the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich, who was probably murdered because he knew too much.