Even though the then under-age victim had recently withdrawn her legal claim, is there still enough evidence for Donald J. Trump to be labeled as America’s first paedophile president?
By: Ringo Bones
He may have won the presidency of the United States in the most unpopular way possible – i.e. via the Electoral College – and his campaign promises are reminiscent to that of Adolf Hitler, billionaire reality show proprietor Donald J. Trump could soon claim to fame another title – as America’s first pedophile president by allegedly raping a 13-year old girl back in 1994. Even though the victim may have withdrawn her legal claim, many have argued that the evidence is more credible in comparison to Donald J. Trump’s “birther” claim that outgoing US President Barack Obama is born in Kenya rather than a natural-born US citizen.
Donald J. Trump’s then 13-year-old victim, named Katie Johnson, has her shocking allegations first emerged in a lawsuit filed in California back in April 2016. Katie Johnson claimed she was lured to a sex party hosted by notorious billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein where she was forced into rough role-play sex with Donald J. Trump – now the president elect of the United States. Katie Johnson said she was just 13 when she met Trump after leaving her home in Oklahoma in 1994 to pursue a modeling career in New York. Rumor has it that Katie Johnson recently withdrew her legal claim that Trump raped her because she was intimidated by Trump’s goons and high-priced legal team as opposed to a lack of evidence.
Donald J. Trump’s presidential campaign team has called the allegations despicable by being filed so close to the 2016 US Presidential Elections. But given Trump’s rather unpopular victory, the social media world is ablaze with unflattering Trump memes – i.e. “Donald J. Trump as America’s first paedophile president” and “Donald J. Trump’s scientific name as Pedophilius Americanus” with regards to this particular case. Unfortunately for Trump – this is not the only sex scandal that’s out there.