To me it still keeps being very odd how all these accusers started making these accusations recently about Trump, only when he is a candidate for U.S.
President. In some other threads it has been proven that other accusers were lying. Now we shall weight the claims made by Leeds, and see if what
she says is true.
First, one of her claims is that Trump assaulted her in a Brainiff 707 in 1979. But back then the Brainiff 707 was not flying from Dallas to New
York, only the Brainiff 727 was. in fact, the Brainiff 707 ceased flying in 1973.
But again, that was over 30 years ago, so it is possible she couldn't remember what plane it was. Still, taking this into context with the rest of
her claims will give a clearer picture, so let's continue.
In a New York Times article ran in October 12, 2016 by MEGAN TWOHEY and MICHAEL BARBARO, the New York times states, and i quote:
About 45 minutes after takeoff, she recalled, Mr. Trump lifted the armrest and began to touch her.
According to Ms. Leeds, Mr. Trump grabbed her breasts and tried to put his hand up her skirt.
The problem is that the arm rest for first class in the Brainiff 727 cannot be lifted, it can only be removed
CNN and Gizmodo claim in other articles that the Brainiff 727 had arm rests that could be folded up, but they only show the coach seats, and not the
first class seats.
While modern first class seating on US carriers have fixed armrests as a built-in beverage tray, several airlines -- including the long-defunct
Braniff Airways -- featured first class seats in the 1970s and 1980s that had a movable armrest that folded down between the window and aisle
But we know that this is not true, because the first class seats in the Brainiff 727 in 1979 did not have foldable arm rests. They had to be
completely removed. Not to mention that you had to know how to remove them which was not easy.
Below is a picture of the actual first class seats in a Brainiff 727. Which shows how cumbersome it would be to completely remove the arm rest.
CNN did make some retraction of their first claims about first class seats in the Brainiff 727 aircraft having foldable arm rests in a follow up story
in October 14, 2014. In that same story they did present some evidence which contradicted their first argument. The CNN story then changed to "the
Brainiff 727 did have movable arm rests in first class."
The leather first class seats were designed with the removable center armrest for cleaning or "for a passenger that wanted to stretch
across the seat," Cass said.
Cass said the armrests were typically removed by a flight attendant, but were also removed by knowledgeable passengers.
Yet, Leeds' statements would seem to imply that Trump "lifted the arm rest and began touching her". Think about this. Trump would have had to
completely remove the arm rest, which means Trump had to get up from his seat and forcibly remove the arm rest. Why did Leeds stay in her seat if she
saw Trump forcibly removing the arm rest? If you are a woman, and you see a man get up and trying to forcibly remove an arm rest that separates you
from the strange man, you wouldn't say anything about it and you would stay in your seat?
Leeds also claimed and I quote:
“He was like an octopus,” she said. “His hands were everywhere.”
She fled to the back of the plane. “It was an assault,” she said.
But it seems that Leeds got that statement, word for word from another case of a real sexual predator, actor Bill Roache.
"He sort of came over to me and pressed himself against me. He touched both breasts over the clothing … He was like an octopus. Hands
And last, but not least. Leeds actually happens to be the secretary of Julie Kleszczewski for Altrusa, an organization that champions many of the
same issues that the Clinton's claim to support. Not to mention that the members, and staff of Altrusa are very pro-Clinton.
The claims made by Jessica Leeds cannot be corroborated and in fact are not feasible at all. This is just another "politically motivated false claim
edit on 5-11-2016 by ElectricUniverse because: correct comment.