The President Of The United States Of America Receives No Respect – Yet This Country Supports A Woman Who Violated The Ohio Community Defense Act.

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by Ruby Henley

My President has been shown no respect from the moment he took office on January 20, 2017 as 45th President of the United States of America.

A woman who has accused him of having an affair with her – unbelievably – broke the Ohio Community Defense Act in July of this year.  However, I just discovered this piece of news; thus, I am stunned and concerned that this same woman is being worshipped by my Country.


What is this law, called the ‘Ohio Community Defense Act?’

The Community Defense Act was approved in 2007 at the urging of Citizens for Community Values, a Cincinnati-based conservative organization. The group proposed the act as an initiated state statute, prompting the General Assembly to pass the law which prohibits strippers and their audience from fondling one another.

In this case, Stormy Daniels was arrested for violation of this law when she allegedly allowed an audience member to ‘fondle’ her – on stage – in a place prohibited by this law.  She in turn ‘touched’ her patron.

The law requires all ‘sexually oriented businesses’ to close between midnight and 6 a.m.  It was approved by state lawmakers, and it prohibits patrons from touching a nude or semi-nude dancer, or their clothing, in a club, anywhere on the premises or the parking lot.

There are some ‘touches’ which face more serious consequences.  Stormy Daniels said she did not know that. Yes, you read that correctly.

I do not want to say this – to actually discover that some strippers allow audience members to ‘touch’ their bodies, whatsoever, is simply news to me.  It makes me fear for my Country, as how can anyone who would allegedly do this be boosted to an elevated level in our society?

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QUOTE – So when Daniels was arrested last week at Sirens Gentlemen’s Club in Columbus, she appeared to be at a loss. No one had told her about Ohio’s prohibition against touching patrons, Daniels told Columbus police in body camera footage that The Cincinnati Enquirer obtained through a records request.

“Is this a sex offense?” Daniels asked, visibly upset. “They’re going to take my daughter.” .

Inside the van, Daniels answered Columbus Detective Steve Rosser’s questions calmly.

Rosser explained why Daniels had been arrested:

“If you use any anatomical part of your body like your chest to put it upon people’s faces, that’s a misdemeanor of the first degree,” he said. “We had a few detectives inside in the crowd, and three of those detectives that happened to.”

Daniels whispered to Rosser: “They liked it.”

“They may have. They may have,” Rosser replied. Daniels laughed.

“Yeah, but no one told me,” Daniels said of the Ohio law.  END OF QUOTE


What was the final outcome of this arrest?

► July 12: Charges dropped for Stormy Daniels after arrest at Ohio strip club.

► July 10: Stormy Daniels strips near the White House.

► July 4: Stormy Daniels’ lawyer says he might run for president.

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► June 24: Stormy Daniels’ interview with Michael Cohen prosecutors canceled.

► June 19: Stormy Daniels brings Trump-inspired act to Memphis.



What did the attorney for Stormy Daniels’ state about her arrest?
Michael Avenatti stated the following –

QUOTE “Just [received] word that my client @StormyDaniels was arrested in Columbus Ohio [while] performing the same act she has performed across the nation at nearly a hundred strip clubs,” attorney Michael Avenatti said in a tweet. “This was a setup & politically motivated.”

“It reeks of desperation,” Avenatti added. “We will fight all bogus charges. #Basta.”

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, allegedly allowed a customer to “touch her while on stage in a nonsexual manner,” Avenatti said in another tweet.

Are you kidding me?,” Avenatti said. “They are devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations for this? There has to be higher priorities!!!”

There was a ‘Stormy Daniels Day’ in West Hollywood on May 23.


I want to say this about the Community Defense Law.  The “no-touching” rule and the midnight curfew were intended to curb prostitution and human trafficking.  It was passed for the good of the community, and if anyone believes this is wrong, well…what can I say? I had better refrain from saying anything more at this point.


Listen to this, and remember, this man is planning to run for President in 2020.  He is the new poster boy for the Democrats. Keep this in mind.


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