Stormy Daniels Threatens to Leave America If Trump Not Convicted

Former adult star Stormy Daniels and her husband Barrett Blade are threatening to leave America if President Donald Trump is not convicted in his so-called “hush money” trial.

In a Tuesday interview with CNN, Blade warned that the couple is planning to “vacate this country” if the New York jury doesn’t find Trump guilty.

Blade appeared on “Out Front” about one week after Daniels provided a salacious testimony from the witness stand during Trump’s trial.

Daniels’ unfounded claims of an extramarital encounter with Trump are at the heart of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s criminal case against the 45th president.

After taking the stand, Daniels’ irrelevant stories and wild claims threatened to derail the trial.

She frequently made unrelated allegations and suggestions, with the trial’s Democrat judge even admitting that she was out of control.

At one point, Daniels even admitted that she “hates” Trump, casting serious doubts regarding her credibility as a witness.

Although her testimony didn’t result in a mistrial, legal experts believe it would make a solid case for appeal if Trump is convicted.

The testimony from Daniels has raised concerns from all sides about the true motivation behind her allegations.

As Slay News reported, a former district judge appeared on CNN and warned that Daniels has a vendetta against Trump that she appears to be living out by testifying in the “hush money” trial.

According to former U.S. District Judge Shira Scheindlin, who was appointed by then-President Bill Clinton, Daniels has made her hopes for a Trump conviction known.

During an appearance on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” Scheindlin remarked that Daniels made her motivation pretty clear on the stand.

“She strikes me that she has an agenda.

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“She is trying to get [Trump] convicted and that’s coming through at least to me,” Scheindlin said.

However, it appears that Daniels is now fearing that her plan to get Trump convicted may backfire.

Her husband told CNN that they are now planning to flee the country is the trial doesn’t go their way.

“I think if it’s not guilty we got to decide what to do,” Blade told CNN’s Erin Burnett.

“It’s a good chance we’ll probably vacate this country.”

Blade, also an actor in the adult film industry, said his wife is worried about the backlash from those who blame Daniels for putting Trump in this legal predicament.

“She’s got to deal with all the hate that feel like she’s the reason,” Blade said.

“So I don’t see it as a win situation either way.”

Trump has pleaded not guilty to charges that he falsified business records to hide “hush money” paid to Daniels ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

So far, prosecutors have failed to provide any evidence linking Trump to the allegations against him.

Instead, Bragg’s team is relying on salacious testimonies from a porn star and a convicted perjurer in the hope of swaying a guilty verdict from the jury in deep blue New York.

Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, testified in court last week about her claims.

She faced a lengthy battle of wits with Trump’s attorney Susan Necheles.

“You have lot of experience making phony stories about sex appear real,” Necheles said during her questioning.

“That’s not how I would put it,” Daniels replied.

“The sex in the films is very much real,” she gloated in reference to her adult movie career.

“The sex is very real.

“That’s why it’s pornography and not a B movie.”

Blade claimed Tuesday that Daniels struggled with reliving “painful moments,” despite her willingness to publicly disclose explicit details about her allegations.

However, he called his wife a “warrior” for telling her story to anyone who would listen.

He also said Daniels wasn’t unfamiliar with Necheles’ comments.

“People have been trying to slut shame her since day one,” Blade said.

“I don’t think she’s ashamed at all.”

Daniels’ husband said she prepared for her battle with Necheles by playing her “favorite sport”: “Twitter.”

Blade insists that Daniels wants to put the case behind her by fleeing the country if Trump is found not guilty.

“She just wants to get on with their life, and the fact that it keeps coming back over and over and over, it creates a lot of stress,” Blade said.

“It breaks my heart.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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