Earlier this week, CNN’s Anderson Cooper interviewed Trump’s accuser E. Jean Carroll. According to Carroll, the incident occurred in the fall of 1995 or the spring of 1996 in a dressing room at Bergdorf Goodman’s in New York City. Carroll admitted that she was enchanted when she bumped into Trump as she was leaving the store and he was coming in. Carroll explained to Anderson Cooper that Trump was there to get a gift for his girlfriend, so she volunteered to help him. She continued to tell the story of what allegedly happened, but when she shockingly said that “most people think rape is sexy,” Cooper immediately cut to take a break. This is proof that censorship is alive and well at CNN.

E. Jean Carroll is an advice columnist for Elle Magazine and has been since 1993. Her column is Ask E. Jean, where she gives advice about love, relationships, and dating. In the interview, Cooper asks, “you don’t feel like a victim?” Carroll replies, “I was not thrown on the ground and ravished.“ He cuts to a commercial break as she was staring into Cooper’s eyes saying, “You’re fascinating to talk to.”

President Trump responded to her accusation:

Shortly after Carroll’s CNN interview made its rounds on the internet, a startling discovery was posted to Twitter. An episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - Episode 11, Season 13 at 42:15 shows a discussion of a rape fantasy in the dressing room of Bergdorf Goodman’s suspiciously similar to Carroll’s.

Here’s a video of the NY writer that tells you so much more about her. It’s like watching a train wreck.

Carroll, who claims she’s not political even though she voted for Hilary Clinton in 2016 and donated money to Obama’s re-election, just published her new book titled “What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal” that’s scheduled to hit the shelves on July 2, 2019.