Trump Sues ABC and Stephanopoulos for Accurately Reporting a Judicial Opinion that He’s a Rapist

Apparently Donald Trump doesn’t think he’s spending enough time in courtrooms these days. He currently has multiple indictments in four jurisdictions, consisting of at least 88 felony charges. They range from paying hush money to a porn star, to stealing and hoarding classified documents. He’s already lost a case wherein he was found liable for financial fraud to the tune of $345 million.

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Most of Trump’s legal tribulations are still in preliminary stages. He has been engaging in a strategy of desperate delays in order to avoid suffering a conviction prior to the election in November. Of course, being an alleged criminal candidate isn’t that much better than being a convicted one, particularly when the evidence is so clear and voluminous. And his avoidance of trial only serves to make him look more guilty. An innocent person would want these matters to be concluded quickly to clear his name. But Trump knows that a conclusion means conviction.

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Undeterred by the avalanche of litigation that is already dominating his time, Trump just filed a lawsuit against ABC News and “This Week” host, George Stephanopoulos. He is alleging defamation that he says took place during an interview of Trump-fluffing Republican Nancy Mace. As reported by Deadline

“Former President Donald Trump has again filed a defamation lawsuit against a major media outlet, this time over comments that ABC News‘ George Stephanopoulos made during a contentious recent interview with Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC).” […]

“During the interview, Stephanopoulos played a video in which Mace said that she was a victim of rape. He first asked Mace, ‘You endorsed Donald Trump for president. Judges and two separate juries have found him liable for rape and for defaming the victim of that rape. How do you square your endorsement of Donald Trump with the testimony that we just saw?'”

Mace dodged the question and tried to spin it as “rape-shaming” her. Which was a preposterous distortion of reality. Stephanopoulos’ question was relevant to understanding her support for Trump, a notorious abuser of women.

However, Trump’s lawsuit stretches the boundaries of reality even farther. He’s asserting that Stephanopoulos defamed him by referencing the rape charge. But Stephanopoulos was merely reporting the findings by the judge in the case where Trump was recently found liable for sexually assaulting writer, E. Jean Carroll. Deadline continued…

“Last year, a jury found Trump liable for sexually abusing and defaming writer E. Jean Carroll in a civil case. The jury did not find Trump liable for rape. But the judge in the case, Lewis Kaplan, wrote later, “The finding that Ms. Carroll failed to prove that she was ‘raped’ within the meaning of the New York Penal Law does not mean that she failed to prove that Mr. Trump ‘raped’ her as many people commonly understand the word ‘rape.’ Indeed, as the evidence at trial recounted below makes clear, the jury found that Mr. Trump in fact did exactly that.'”

Trump’s defamation lawsuit cannot possible prevail. Liability can’t be construed when a media enterprise accurately reports legal proceedings that are on the record. But Trump’s lawsuit can increase the amount of time he will spend in courtrooms, rather than on the campaign trail. Which is something that he has been whining about for months, and falsely blaming it on President Biden and various prosecutors.

What’s more, Trump’s lawsuit will surely provide tons of additional media exposure to the court’s finding that he raped Ms. Carroll. It’s an outcome that could only have been contrived by a certified “stable genius” like Donald Trump. Democrats will be happy to help Trump publicize his lawsuit as an opportunity to remind voters about the guy who bragged that he could “grab women by the p***y.”

This isn’t the first time that Trump has filed frivolous lawsuits against the free press that he regards as the “enemy of the people.” He has previously sued CNN, the Washington Post, the New York Times, and more. And this one will surely end up like the others that were laughed out of court – sometimes literally.

Trump, however, is apparently determined to air out his perversions in public and have his depravities be judicially validated. The one thing that he has going for him is that his cult followers will slobber approvingly.


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