Your family tends to be the one that knows you best. If they see you away from them, they know whether you are being you or whether you are putting on a show for lack of a better term.
Right now, two women are according to the New York Times claiming that Donald Trump assaulted them. They have been given more press coverage on baseless claims than the insurmountable number of women that Bill Clinton has actually assaulted. It sickens me.
It sickens me even more than when people lie about other people in an effort to discredit their good name. It is one thing to tell a tall tale around a campfire, it is another thing entirely to say something about somebody that isn’t true when it could affect the most important election in our nation’s history.
The New York Times’ Trump accuser Rachel Crooks is lying about Donald Trump allegedly kissing her on the mouth without permission, according to a family friend. Lona Burnstein from Columbus, Ohio, says she knows Crooks’ family. Burnstein’s cousin was married to Crook’s uncle.
Burnstein was commenting on Rachel Crooks’ Facebook profile before it was locked down. She continued on her own profile, archived here.