She is not real. Now # JusticeForCarolyn is viral on social media. Wow talk about drama in the White house. inaccurate stories (or media) making the rounds on the internet. Peewee Roscoe The man who attempted murdering Lil Wayne is released from prison. But if they delete the murder allegations being tweeted by The Tweet of God, won’t they also have to delete the murder allegations being tweeted by Donald Trump? But that appears to be the point. That exchange can be read at The New York Times. Joe Biden Limping During Veteran’s... People Are Angry After Underwhelming Next Gen Gameplay Footage of NBA... Clear Video Footage of King Von Shooting Leaks Showing King Von... King Von SHOT at Club: King Von in Critical Condition after... Medical Helicopter Crashes into LA Hospital Rooftop Sending Debris Flying Everywhere... Did Trapboy Freddy Kill Mo3? Even if she were murdered and it were somehow covered up, her birth and death records wouldn’t magically go away; this isn’t the movies. Klausutis's widower and her family have called on Trump to stop the tweets and they've demanded that Twitter take them down. Let’s be clear here: there is no Carolyn Gombell. No, that's not true: the #JusticeForCarolyn tweet that claims Trump "strangled her because he'd gotten her pregnant and was threatening to tell the press" was posted by a pardody account as a response to the president's tweets suggesting TV host Joe Scarborough killed a staffer in 2001. Despite the lack of facts supporting his claim, President Trump has waged an ongoing Twitter campaign to accuse Scarborough -- who was a Republican member of Congress but is now a harsh critic of the president on his "Morning Joe" show -- of murder. It was at this point that Trump’s critics launched the “Carolyn Gombell” hoax, figuring that either Twitter will delete it and demonstrate hypocrisy, or …
Note: if reading this fact check makes you want to contact us to complain about bias, please check out our Blue feed first. Unanswered There seems to be a Twitter thread #justiceforcarolyn claiming Trump killed a woman and bribed police to cover it up in year 2000. Dr. Michael Berkland wrote his conclusion of the cuase of death at the top of the Klausutis autopsy report: acute subdural hematoma from closed head trauma sustained in a fall which was precipitated by complications of floppy mitral valve disease, In other words, a heart condition caused the woman to faint, which was followed by a fatal blow to her head when she fell in Scarborough's office. It read: This is what the post looked like on Twitter at the time of writing: First, no one named Carolyn Gombell was found strangled to death in New York City, where Trump allegedly bribed the police chief to cover up her murder. Bill Palmer is the publisher of the political news outlet Palmer Report, ← Increasingly senile Donald Trump bets his reelection on a hand he can’t win, Donald Trump has bizarre insulin meltdown in White House Rose Garden →. In response, a popular account called “The Tweet of God” has posted a lengthy and detailed allegation that Donald Trump murdered a woman named Carolyn Gombell in October 2000.
The hashtag #JusticeForCarolyn began trending on Twitter on Tuesday. The #JusticeForCarolyn parody tweets began on May 26, 2020, to counter Trump's Klausutis tweets: See who is sharing it (it might even be your friends...) and leave the link in the comments.
Read the full autopsy here. At this point Donald Trump became enraged and strangled her according to the rumor. Let us know!. Is Donald Trump really a suspect in the murder of a personal assistant in 2000, while he was still a New York-based real estate mogul?
There is a very real woman whose death is at the center of this controversey. Take a look at the tweets below that tell the story behind the alleged murder of Donald Trump’s assistant Carolyn Gombel.
At this point Donald Trump became enraged and strangled her a