As the liberal media push the narrative of victim upon victim of Donald Trump’s advances upon us, there are an equal number of women coming forward to say just how dishonest that narrative is.
One of those women is Chelsea Cooley Altman, Miss USA 2005, who appeared on Fox News Sunday night to rebut some of the statements being made about the GOP presidential nominee, and state why they don’t represent the man she knows.
“I’ve known Mr. Trump for 11 years,” Altman told Fox News. “For the past five years, he has been my business mentor. And I have been with him in numerous situations. On his plane, at events, at charity functions, around the pageant world, and even around his family.
“I have never been in a situation where I felt compromised. He has been nothing but completely respectful,” she continued.
When Altman was asked why these accusers were coming out and whether she felt they deserved to have their story told, she was skeptical.
“I think everybody has a story to tell, but whether or not I believe it is a completely different side of the story,” Altman said. “I heard a pastor friend of mine say the other day that God teaches us to love each other, but he doesn’t tell us that we have to trust each other.
“Allegations are just that. They’re allegations,” she continued. “Until proven with irrefutable evidence that it is absolutely fact, I’m not buying into anything until I see hard, factual information.”We haven’t seen a lot of that from Trump’s accusers. In fact, what we’ve seen is a lot of disproof, including the cousin of one of the “victims” saying that he believes his relative is doing it to get back on reality TV and that she supported Trump until he refused to show up at the opening of her restaurant.
It’s amazing how willing the media are to report the slightest accusation against Trump when they spent years covering up the same accusations against Bill Clinton. That’s always how it is in mediaville, though. That’s why women like Ms. Altman speaking out is such an important thing.