A dejected and defeated Stormy Daniels admitted to a British television show that she regretted coming forward about former President Donald Trump. She said it was all for nothing and that she gets harassed by Trump supporters.
She said: “I spoke my truth, but it was just for nothing. I just feel like if people don’t want to face facts and see the truth then you know what, I’d rather have had the time back with my family.
“I don’t feel defeated because I didn’t lose. I spoke my truth, but it was just for nothing. I almost feel like humans aren’t really worth saving at this point. Truth doesn’t seem to matter.
“Because I’m the one that gets the messages from his supporters. I was one whose horse was attacked a couple of weeks ago.
“They’ve gone after friends and family.
“I’m not frightened of him. He doesn’t scare me at all.
“I’m frightened of his sycophants and his followers, and it’s the tone that has changed.”
In a massive overreach, DA Alvin Bragg charged Trump with 34 counts.
According to The New York Post:
Trump, 76, is facing a total of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in the first degree, which each carry a maximum sentence of four years behind bars.
Taken together, the ex-president faces a whopping 136 years behind bars, but if convicted at trial and actually sentenced to jail, the time would likely be far less.
Prosecutors are hinging their case on three instances of Trump allegedly employing “catch and kill” tactics, where he, his then-lawyer Michael Cohen and Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg conspired to keep potential sex scandals from coming to light.
The illegal activity allegedly started in 2015 when the CEO of American Media Inc. (AMI) at the time, David Pecker, agreed to act as the “eyes and ears” for Trump’s presidential campaign and to alert Cohen before a negative story was published, according to the statement of facts filed by prosecutors.
Stormy Daniels speaks at the Oxford Union after judge set date for President Trump to stand trial https://t.co/2TWnKmL7c7 pic.twitter.com/igYRATBCQT
— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) May 25, 2023