Jessica Leads apparently spent three decades harboring a secret and has only felt compelled to come forward to share it with the world at a precisely choreographed moment – out of sheer patriotism.

The woman is an American hero.

She was unknown less than 24-hours before hitting the media with a story right out of… a British tabloid in 2014.

Down to the exact language and references, Jessica’s story about Donald Trump touching her inappropriately 30-some years ago, mirrors the description given by a woman who accused a star of the long-running British soap opera, Coronation Street, of “groping” her decades earlier.

“He was like an octopus. Hands everywhere.”

The same words, verbatim, were offered by both the unidentified British complainant and printed in the UK Guardian widely available online and by Ms. Leeds this week.

The star was acquitted and charges that the government engaged in a “celebrity witch-hunt” have led to reconsideration of such cases against well-known personalities that may be launched by those seeking publicity or money.

Oddly, the verbatim wording is also present in the lyrics of “The Gift,” a song by the 1960s group, The Velvet Underground: “He was like an octopus. His hands were everywhere.”

In an ongoing development, news sources are pursuing an apparent connection between Ms. Leads and the Clinton Foundation based on the information on the emails published by Wikileaks.

The phone number of Jessica Leeds, who is accusing Trump of rape just so happens to be the same as the Clinton Foundation. Hmmm.


From Twitter:

Furthermore Leeds said that Trump lifted the armrest of the plane seat to assualt her. In the 80's NO plane's armrest would lift up. All were fixed in place.


The coincidence comes at the same time Democrat operative Donna Brazile is being asked to explain an email exchange with Clinton insider John Podesta that begins, “From time to time I get the questions in advance…”

Brazile, who replaced Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz as chair of the Democrat National Committee in July after damaging emails released by Wikileaks created a furor on the eve of the party’s convention, was vice-chair of the DNC, as well as a CNN and ABC contributor, at the time she wrote to the campaign.

In the email with John Podesta – current campaign chair for Clinton – Brazile warns about a question Mrs. Clinton would be asked at the following evening’s town hall event on CNN.

Here’s one that worries me about HRC.


19 states and the District of Columbia have banned the death penalty. 31 states, including Ohio, still have the death penalty. According to the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, since 1973, 156 people have been on death row and later set free. Since 1976, 1,414 people have been executed in the U.S. That’s 11% of Americans who were sentenced to die, but later exonerated and freed. Should Ohio and the 30 other states join the current list and abolish the death penalty?”

The exact words, punctuation and even spacing were relayed in an email from Roland Martin, the host of the town hall, to the CNN producers, and that night, Martin asked Clinton the death penalty question using the same language.

“Secretary Clinton, since 1976, we have executed 1,414 people in this country. Since 1973, 156 who were convicted have been exonerated from the death row…”

While it may not be a surprise that the Clintons and their insider cronies are not above fabricating and manipulating the news, their sheer lack of creativity in choosing or disguising their words is truly baffling.

You would expect that experts at the art of twisting what the meaning of ‘is’ is would come up with something more original.



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