Woman Bashes Gloria Allred’s Daughter, Exposes Plot to Topple Trump With Accusers

December 15, 2017Dec 15, 2017

A woman who was set to come forward to accuse President Trump of sexual misconduct right before the 2016 presidential election is now exposing Gloria Allred’s daughter. She was attempting to pay her massive sums of money to tell her story in order to topple Trump at the 11th hour.

According to an exclusive from The Hill, feminist lawyer Lisa Bloom — who has represented Bill O’Reilly’s and Bill Cosby’s accusers — was willing to pay off numerous woman to publicly accuse Trump at a critical point in the presidential race.

The Hill narrative follows the account of one accuser who reportedly had her mortgage paid off by donors working with Bloom and another accuser who asked for up to $2 million to come forward.

The first woman, former beauty contestant manager Jill Harth, claims Trump groped her in 1993. The second woman, an unnamed friend of Harth, had a much lighter accusation. She says Trump made unsolicited advances toward her but backed off when she asked him to.

That woman said she only wanted to come forward in order to support Harth. She seemed hesitant to speak out and, initially, hesitant to accept a $10,000 donation to her church promised from Bloom’s wealthy donors. And that’s when Bloom made a mistake.

“I’m scared Lisa. I can’t relocate. I don’t like taking other people’s money,” the woman told Bloom.

“Ok let’s not do this then. We are just about out of time anyway,” Bloom replied.

To which the woman angrily responded, “What does time have to do with this? Time to bury Trump??? You want my story to bury trump for what? Personal gain? See that's why I have trust issues!!”

The woman admitted that she was also hesitant to come out against Trump because she still would rather see him in office than Hillary Clinton. Bloom continued to offer the woman money to encourage her to accuse Trump, first $50,000, then $100,000.

The woman said she wanted enough money to pay off her daughter’s college, and the figure soon jumped to $200,000. Eventually, she asked for $2 million, but Bloom’s donors were unwilling to pay that much.

The potential Trump accuser backed out after being hospitalized, and Bloom responded by chewing her out. Bloom then offered $750,000, but the woman turned her down. She told The Hill that she decided to expose Bloom because she really doesn’t resent Trump for what he did to her and was furious when she found out that Bloom had initially represented embattled Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

“I couldn’t understand how she could say she was for people like me and then represent someone like him. And then all the money stuff I knew about. I just became frustrated,” she said.

Bloom herself claims the massive amounts of money she offered women to come out and accuse Trump right before the election were just to cover the necessary security and relocation costs to protect the women.

What do you think of this? In other news, evangelist Franklin Graham is going after USA Today for their latest sexual misconduct story.

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