BUSTED! Fake Trump Accuser Rachel Crooks Is LYING According To Family And Friends

BUSTED! Fake Trump Accuser Rachel Crooks Is LYING According To Family And Friends

The New York Times has admitted that their journalists are biased against Donald Trump, but publishing false and slanderous stories before an election for the sole purpose of swaying voters to Hillary Clinton is low even for them.

They featured accuser Rachel Crooks who turns out is lying about Donald Trump allegedly kissing her on the mouth without permission, according to a family friend.


Basic journalism dictates a fact-check which would have reveled that she was lying. No doubt they will not publish a retraction since the damage they intended to inflict is already done.

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According to Got News, Lona Burnstein from Columbus, Ohio, says she knows Crooks’ family. Burnstein’s cousin was married to Crook’s uncle.

Burnstein was commenting on Rachel Crooks’ Facebook profile before it was locked down.

She continued on her own profile, archived here.

Burnstein says Rachel Crooks is a “big baby.”

Donald Trump “was being nice to her and told her he would contact her for a modeling career and he never did… end of story.”


Burnstein says of Crooks: “I remember them talking about her meeting him… and her story today doesn’t match the story she told 11 years ago!! She’s definitely lying!”

Burnstein says Rachel Crooks is being used and is lying, but “isn’t a bad person.”




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