The 3 Reasons Donald Trump Claims the ‘Pee Tape’ Isn’t Real (Plus, His Biggest Concern as Rumors Spread)
The only thing swirling around the media since Donald Trump was elected has been the allegations surrounding the Steele Dossier. One of the most controversial, taboo, and unproven allegations in the Steel Dossier is the accusation of a “pee tape.” Apparently, the Russian government has a video of Donald Trump partaking in a “Golden Shower.”
Obviously, anyone would deny that ever took place, and Donald Trump is no different. Take a look at why Donald Trump says no such event ever took place and what he was most concerned about when the allegations were first made (page 6). You’ll be shocked at the truths that come out, including the reasons Trump claims the tape isn’t real (page 3).
What is the Steele Dossier?
During the 2016 presidential election season, the Republican Party hired a firm to investigate the life of Donald Trump. The purpose of which was to discover any campaign dirt they could use to get another Republican candidate elected. Eventually, Trump was the Republican candidate so the firm went to the Democrats with their research and sold it to them.
In that research is the Steele Dossier which was compiled by former British intelligence agent, Christopher Steele. In that dossier were allegations that the Russian Government has videos of Donald Trump ordering two alleged Russian prostitutes to urinate on one another.
Next: Why on Earth would someone want to do that?
What is a golden shower?
There are a few members of our society who find sexual gratification in being urinated on or watching things urinated on. This has been a generally taboo act forever. The idea of someone urinating on another person or object has always been seen as unclean.
You can debate the merits of the sexual act all you want. We are not here to judge what someone wants to do in their bedroom among consenting adults. A lot of people will, which is why we are here talking about someone defending themselves of being accused of an act. Part of the accusation says that Trump wanted it to happen because it was a bed that the Obamas once stayed in.
Next: Now that you are up to speed, let’s hear why Donald Trump says it’s not true.
Reason No. 1: Trump claims to be a germaphobe
Donald Trump claims he is germaphobic. In James Comey’s book, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership, Comey writes about engaging with the president about the accusations. Trump told Comey over a phone call that he’s a “germaphobe,” and that “There’s no way I would let people pee on each other around me. No way.”
As a side note, doctors were under the impression that urine was completely sterile unless a person had a urinary tract infection. That premise was debunked when a study proved otherwise and showed that urine was full of bacteria. A phobia of germs in urine is actually a valid excuse.
Next: Trump makes a seemingly good point.
Reason No. 2: Trump also says that he’s ‘not that desperate’
In a conversation in Comey and Trump had in the Oval Office, Comey explained that the allegation exists, Trump interrupted him and asked: “Do I look like a guy who needs hookers?” For a man allegedly worth billions of dollars and married to a beautiful former European model, it does seem a bit out of place for him. However, just because a person is in good standing, doesn’t mean that it changes their sexual preferences.
Next: A man in his position does have to protect himself from this one thing.
Reason No. 3: Trump claims that he’s wary of cameras
In a press conference discussing the allegations, Donald Trump says that he is always on guard about being filmed. “I tell this to people all the time. … I told many people. Be careful. Because you don’t want to see yourself on television. Cameras [are] all over the place.” If only he would have been that vigilant about hot mics, he wouldn’t have gotten himself into trouble in the past.
Next: Here’s what Donald Trump’s biggest concern over the whole incident actually is.
He’s afraid Melania will believe the rumors
In Comey’s book, he asserts that Donald Trump’s main concern about the “Pee Tape” allegations is that Melania would believe them. It’s already apparent that Trump has probably been less than faithful in his marriage to Melania. It’s not like he doesn’t have plenty of problems between him and Melania already.
Next: Besides Trump’s insistence, here are the actual reasons the tape or tapes are not real.
Steele’s sources aren’t reliable
In the section pertaining to the “pee tape”, Steele cites three sources that say that Russia has a tape or tapes of the act. One of the sources was a middleman between another source that has been identified as Sergei Millian. However, Sergei Millian’s connections to the Trump organization are thought to be wildly exaggerated.
Next: Here’s another interesting point that a lot of people leave out when discussing the matter.
Not one of the sources ever saw anything
All of the accounts of the alleged incident come from three separate sources that are independent of one another. That should shield the sources from crosstalk and gossip. However, every source that claims the incident happened, didn’t actually see the incident or the video’s that are claimed to exist. Every one of them said that they heard of the incident taking place and/or the existence of the tapes.
Next: Finally, here’s why the Steele Dossier is not reliable.
Not one thing has been proven
This dossier has created a lot of controversies since it’s release during the transition of 2016 and 2017. Everyone has taken the entire document at face value without giving full due-diligence or discovery to see what is true.
That does not prove that anything is true or false. It just proves that we need more evidence and a proper investigation. Then we will discover what crimes have or have not been committed.
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