E. Jean Carroll May Have Been After Only Money, Not Justice, The Entire Time

 January 31, 2024

After the recent ruling that said the former President Donald Trump defamed E. Jean Carroll and owes her $83 million dollars, it didn’t take Carroll long to show her true colors.

She’s come clean about how she has already decided to spend the $83 million she was awarded in her recent lawsuit against Trump.

Carroll plans to go “shopping, get a completely new wardrobe, new shoes and buy a penthouse.”

Are you kidding me?

Carroll made the statement on a recent appearance on MSNBC and did not hold back when host Rachel Maddow asked about her plans.

She didn’t even try to hide it.

“Yes Rachel yes! I had such great ideas for all the good I'm going to do with this money. First thing Rachel, you and I are going to go shopping. We're getting completely new wardrobes, new shoes...Rachel what do you want? A penthouse? It's yours Rachel. Penthouse and France? You want France? You want to go fishing in France?” Carroll said.

While Carrol’s legal team did quickly comment that Carroll’s response to Maddow’s question was a “joke,” it is hard not to wonder if there was some truth behind her quick response.

Carroll has since faced major backlash regarding her statement on MSNBC, joke or not.

One user on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, wrote that “it was never about women’s rights” in a recent post, calling out Carroll’s true intentions.

There are countless other posts on X extremely similar in nature, all attacking Carroll’s careless “joke.”

At this point, it is hard to believe that Carroll cares about women’s rights.

Her lawsuit against Trump was not about anything except herself and Trump’s money.

She had every opportunity and the perfect platform to discuss the different ways she plans to use the money for good.

Did she?


If Carroll was planning on donating money to any sort of organization benefiting women, why not say that when asked on MSNBC?

Carroll is not even guaranteed to see the $83 million.

Trump has already said he plans to appeal the ruling and called the jury’s decision “absolutely ridiculous.”

Do you think Trump will be forced to pay Carroll the $83 million?

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