(Natural News) I usually don’t comment on stupid news involving Stormy Daniels and the fake news media’s attempts to make a scandal out of nothing, but the release of the “perp sketch” by Stormy Daniels is so hilarious, it begged for some mockery.
If the sketch is to be believed, Stormy Daniels was verbally threatened by the Green Goblin from Spiderman. The sketch depicts a man who looks almost exactly like Willem Dafoe. Or, if you squint a bit, it looks like Tom Brady (see photos, below).
Come to think of it, the sketch looks like every male model in GQ Magazine.
Stormy Daniels says she was “threatened” by this guy. “A guy walked up on me and said to me, leave Trump alone. Forget the story,” Daniels is reported as saying by TheHill.com. That’s a threat? As a member of the independent media, I’m constantly death-threated by the insane, delusional Left and its hate-filled trolls. But even I don’t consider it a threat when someone says “Forget the story.” Perhaps it was a Jedi mind trick. “These aren’t the droids you’re looking for…”
Daniels has emerged as a person being systematically exploited by the left-wing media in yet another effort to discredit President Trump. Notably, this is the same media that protected Bill Clinton as he was raping and sexually assaulting vulnerable women. If Trump slept with Daniels, at least it was a consenting act between two adults, not an assault like Clinton repeatedly pulled off (and completely got away with, thanks to the dishonest, left-wing media running cover for Slick Willy).
Here’s a sketch of the guy Daniels now says “threatened” her. Maybe she was watching too much Spiderman and has a crush on The Green Goblin.
It sorta kinda also looks like Tom Brady:
Or maybe it’s that guy from Dexter:
Oh wait, it’s every guy with brown hair. Maybe that’s the real answer here: Daniels feels threatened by all men. If that’s the case, maybe she should stop stripping for them, sleeping with them, and parading around like an on-stage slut in her “Make America Horny Again” tour.
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