Stormy Daniels’ Merch Is Selling Out After Donald Trump’s Indictment
Stormy Daniels ended up being the first porn star to take down a former President after Donald Trump was indicted for allegedly paying her and Playboy model Karen McDougal to keep quiet about affairs they had previously had while he was about to be elected President. While Stormy is the main attraction of this specific case, Trump’s former lawyer who turned on him, Michael Cohen, also provided substantial documentation about the payments to Karen, so who knows what will pop up. Stormy’s lawyer, Clark Brewster, has spoken about how his client feels about he says they both felt “it is a sad day, honestly” that he was indicted. Bitch, please. Stormy’s bank account sure isn’t sad because she says her Team Stormy merch is selling out.
Manhattan District Attorney, Alvin Bragg, presented evidence to a grand jury surrounding an alleged $130,000 payment that was made days before the 2016 election to silence Stormy about an affair they allegedly had back in 2006. The grand jury heard some compelling evidence, and he became the first twice-impeached, once-indicted former President in American history. Yay! USA Today spoke with Clark, whose been her lawyer since 2019, and he says that she didn’t even know about the indictment for two hours and came home to hundreds of messages and called him:
“She was surprised, honestly, even though it was mostly expected.”
And while she had previously joked that she would “dance down the street” if Trump finally faced consequences, she apparently will not be doing that it was “just a comment that she may have made to try to be funny or something.” And now, it seems that Stormy may be feeling sympathy for Trump.
“The fact is that she feels bad that the guy has been charged… But on the other hand, truly, she knew what the facts were and she wants him to deal with the truth as well. So from that perspective, there’s a degree of feeling like the system is working.”
“…I think obviously the grand jury looked at a lot of documents and heard a lot of testimony and made a decision, and I have to respect that,” Brewster said. “But on behalf of Stormy and honestly myself, there’s no joy in seeing the man indicted…”
“I think it’s a tragedy to see someone who has been a former president and leader of this country to be criminally charged. But you have to respect the system and you have to respect the fact that we deal with truth and justice, and the truth is ultimately what will get him acquitted or convicted…”
“And, you know, it does prove the adage that we all believe from the time that we’re little kids that no man is above the law… It really is a testament, truly, to our constitutional system.”
And if Stormy really is feeling bad for Trump, as her lawyer suggests, then she can donate some of her merch money to his legal fund because she’s rolling in it:
Thank you to everyone for your support and love! I have so many messages coming in that I can't respond…also don't want to spill my champagne 😜 #Teamstormy merch/autograph orders are pouring in, too! Thank you for that as well but allow a few extra days for shipment.
— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) March 30, 2023
Well damn, hopefully, Karen doesn’t feel bad about this and can hop on some merch of her own. It’s not fair that Stormy is the only one getting to sell out of some cheap, kitschy merch that will end up rotting in a closet in eight months. Karen allegedly got paid off, too! She deserves this!
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