The Stormy Daniels Affair

In 2016, Stormy Daniels was silenced and Trump stole the Presidency. In 2024, her voice could help put Trump in a prison cell.

The Stormy Daniels Affair

As I detailed on February 29, of all Trump's political crimes, the one that allowed him to cheat his way to the Presidency in 2016 is really the most serious of all:

The "catch and kill" scheme coordinated between Trump, Cohen and AMI—including the illegal payment to Stormy Daniels and the 34 falsified business records that followed—is the only crime that actually stole an election. Without it, none of Trump's "more serious" crimes—including his failed election interference in 2020, his attempted January 6th coup in 2021, and the massive theft of classified documents—would have even happened.

I adapted my February 29 article into a 3-minute video that I posted on my new YouTube channel. (Please subscribe to the channel and feel free to share the You Tube link with friends.)

As we await Trump's trial in New York on election interference charges, you can hear more from Stormy Daniels herself in "Stormy," a new documentary that premiered March 18 on Peacock.

In the film, Daniels gives several new details about her relationship with Trump, which extended many months beyond her famous initial meeting and "awful," one-time-only sexual encounter.

Trump called her frequently, she says, and they saw each other several more times. Footage from that era shows Daniels, as well as Karen McDougal (whose affair with Trump was also buried in 2016 as part of the Trump-AMI "catch-and-kill" conspiracy), and other notables including Kim Kardashian, attending a 2007 Trump Vodka launch party.

In "Stormy," Daniels claims one motivation for signing her 2016 NDA with Trump was to create a paper trail that linked their names: "So that he could not have me killed."

Daniels, McDougal and Cohen can all testify at Trump's trial

On the same day "Stormy" premiered, Judge Juan Merchan ruled that Stormy Daniels, Karen McDougal, and Michael Cohen will all be allowed to testify in the Trump election interference trial, which is now scheduled to begin in mid-April, pending any new decisions from a March 25 hearing.

Meanwhile, in an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, Sarah Gibson, the director of "Stormy" said that Daniels: "is a person who will not hesitate to speak up and say the truth even when it's really uncomfortable and really detrimental to her... she really thinks about the greater good and really just wants to make sure that the truth gets out there in this trial."

In 2016, Stormy Daniels was silenced and Trump stole the Presidency.

In 2024, her voice could help put Trump in a prison cell.

P.S. If you're interested, I also made a video version of my March 17 article "Take Back the Court":

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