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MANIC: Trump Copied And Pasted The Same Attack on E. Jean Carroll 47 Times on Truth Social

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Former president Donald Trump continues his attacks on writer E. Jean Carroll, who is currently suing him for defamation.
Former president Donald Trump continues his attacks on writer E. Jean Carroll, who is currently suing him for defamation. (Photo: Imgur)

Former President Donald Trump’s Truth Social platform became a disturbing spectacle on Wednesday as he mindlessly copied and pasted the same scathing attack against writer E. Jean Carroll, who is currently suing him for defamation, a staggering 47 times in a single day. This repetitive diatribe has raised concerns about the ex-president’s mental state.

The Messenger reported extensively on Trump’s barrage of posts, where he claimed ignorance about E. Jean Carroll before accusing her of using a derogatory term to describe her husband. Trump urged his millions of followers to scrutinize Carroll’s social media activity and a CNN interview, while also casting doubt on the impartiality of the judge, whom he labeled as a “Highly Partisan Clinton-Appointed Friend” and suggested should have recused himself earlier.

This relentless assault on the woman accusing him of sexual assault has triggered alarm bells, with conservative attorney George Conway, taking to X, demanding a national reckoning on Trump’s mental health. Conway’s call echoed the sentiment of liberal activist Ron Filipowski, who meticulously tallied Trump’s repeated attacks on Carroll, sparking a long-overdue conversation on a critical issue..

Despite a recent setback in his attempt to halt a defamation trial scheduled for January 16 in New York, where the jury will determine the damages Trump must pay, the former president continues to face scrutiny. He was previously found liable for defamation in relation to a 2019 statement where he alleged Carroll’s financial motivation in fabricating the accusations.

At 77 years old, Trump’s campaign trail has been marked by repeated errors, which President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign, through the official @BidenHQ account, exploits. The campaign shares videos highlighting Trump’s slip-ups, such as mistakenly referring to Biden as “President Obama” and making various geographical errors. The posts aim to raise questions about Trump’s mental faculties, a strategy initiated in November to draw attention to his advanced age.

In contrast, Biden, at 81, has faced criticism regarding his age, with opponents questioning his fitness for another presidential term. Despite these challenges, Biden reportedly feels younger than his age, as mentioned in his memoir “Promise Me, Dad,” where he reveals efforts by his wife, Jill, and former chief of staff Steve Richetti to encourage him to take breaks.

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