The mainstream media just won’t take no for an answer in their quest to destroy Donald Trump. A former Miss California spoke out to set the record straight, calling out the destructive liberal hypocrisy in the modern press in the process.
“To paint Mr. Trump as someone who would purposely walk into a women’s dressing room and ask women to come impress him is the most disgusting accusation so far,” Carrie PreJean Boiler said. “Mr. Trump has empowered me as a woman, has given me career opportunities, and defended me during my reign as Miss California USA.”
When the former Miss California refused to engage in a New York Times hit piece on Donald Trump, she said the newspaper decided to use and twist excerpts from her book to paint the former pageant owner as demeaning towards women.
“I basically wouldn’t give them a story, and now they came out with their own version of it and took something out of my book and just totally twisted it and made it so negative,” Boiler added. “And I have nothing but positive things to say about Donald Trump.”
Carrie Prejean Boiler was subject to intense backlash after stating she believed marriage should be between one man and one woman. The New York Times report played upon a 2005 interview with Howard Stern where Trump mentioned once going backstage to greet the contestants before the show went on the air.
The Times used comments by 2001 Miss Arizona Tasha Dixon to claim Donald Trump used his authority as the pageant owner to get a glimpse of the contestants before they were fully clothed in their bikinis. Dixon claimed the presidential candidate appeared empowered to just go “strolling right in” to the beauty pageant changing room.
“Our first introduction to him was when we were at the dress rehearsal and half naked changing into our bikinis,” Tasha Dixon alleged. “To have the owner come waltzing in, when we’re naked or half naked, in a very physically vulnerable position and then to have the pressure of the people that worked for him telling us to go fawn all over him, go walk up to him, talk to him, get his attention.”
Tasha Dixon also claimed her comments about Donald Trump were not politically motivated. She said Trump owned the pageant just so he could “utilize his power to get around beautiful women.”
Being a well-known billionaire, Donald Trump was able to surround himself with beautiful women any time he wanted. He did not need to buy beauty pageants in order to see attractive ladies prance around in bikinis.
The mainstream media have spent far more time airing and printing unproven allegations about Donald Trump than they have the Hillary Clinton email scandal and Benghazi combined. They fear Trump because he doesn’t need them, and they can’t control him.
That’s why it’s always great to see brave women like Carrie PreJean Boiler state their unpopular assessment of a good man no matter the backlash they receive from the hypocritical mainstream media.
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