I saw your interview of E. Jean Carroll. Her story sounds a lot like an episode of Special Victims Unit—Episode 11, Season 13
Discussion of a rape fantasy in the dressing room at Bergdorf Goodman's.
— thebradfordfile™ (@thebradfordfile) June 25, 2019
What a coincidence!
Listen, we’re not posting this as proof of anything, except that life can imitate art and vice versa.
As Twitchy reported, Anderson Cooper quickly cut to a commercial after his interview subject, E. Jean Carroll, disagreed with Cooper’s characterization of rape as an act of violence, instead suggesting that most people think it’s “sexy.” That made for one awkward pause.