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You might remember that adult film star Stormy Daniels was arrested, while performing at a strip club in Columbus, Ohio. The charge? She was accused of touching patrons while she was performing, which is illegal under Ohio law. You might also remember that the charges were dropped the next day. This certainly was suspicious, wasn’t it? I mean, Stormy Daniels is one of Donald Trump’s many former lovers. So it’s not much of a leap to think that there was more to this than met the eye. New evidence has come to light, and it seems like there is more to this story.
A whistleblower provided local newspaper the Fayette Advocate with emails from the Columbus Police Department that seem to show officers planning to arrest Daniels days before she came to town. Most emails provided were from the account of Columbus detective Shana Keckley, one of the officers who led the sting against the strip club, supposedly as part of an anti-human trafficking and prostitution operation. According to the Advocate:
In an email dated Tuesday, July 10 — two days before Daniels arrived in Columbus — Keckley emails herself a video of Daniels in West Hollywood. Not long after, the VICE detective emails herself a link to an NBC 4 Columbus story promoting Daniels’ planned appearance. […]
Keckley sends a series of messages from her personal email account to her work account. Inside are pictures of Daniels with President Trump, pictures of Daniels in lingerie, and a map to the club where she would be performing.
It didn’t take long for Keckley to begin bragging about her accomplishment by stating that she “got the elements”. Meaning, she had the ability to do what she needed to do in order to make the arrest. There are other emails that show Keckley was bragging about the arrest. What does this mean exactly? Well, it shows that the police lied about it being a prostitution and human trafficking issue. And this is kind of disturbing.
I am going to say something that is likely to sound controversial. It’s not my opinion, but I do want to put it out there for consideration. Let’s assume, for a moment that Donald Trump had something to do with this arrest. Let’s say it was pre-planned. What should the Police Department have done? The correct answer is to not go through with it. But is that possible these days? Think about what else could have happened had they said no?
I’m not trying to suggest that by saying no, bad things would have happened. But anyone who gets on Trump’s bad side ends up getting dragged through the mud. Again – I am not defending Trump on this one. In fact, I think that the Police Department should have said no, and risked getting their name dragged through the mud. Why? Because everyone in America (and maybe the world) knows that if you’re on the wrong side of Donald Trump, you’re actually on the right side of America. It’s not Trump whose making America great again, it’s everyone who stands up to him.