Will liberals now defend the porn industry? Stormy Daniels says that President Trump "completely destroyed" her porn career.
Remember that Stormy Daniels made all of the decision that put her into what she described as a "political shitshow." It was also her decision to violate the non-disclosure agreement she had with President Trump with regards to their alleged one night stand in 2006. She also thought it was a good idea to hire attention-seeking lawyer Michael Avenatti. She also decided it was a good idea to sue (and lose) President Trump for defamation. Yet he is the one who somehow "completely destroyed" her porn career.
The "former" porn start made these remarks while appearing at the Oxford Union debating society. The event she was attending was called, “Sex, Guns and Other Fluff: How Porn Can Set You Free.”
.@StormyDaniels:”The adult film industry is the only profession I can think of where the women earn double that of the men” pic.twitter.com/muwxO7nyTa
— Oxford Union (@OxfordUnion) November 15, 2018
“I had no idea what I was getting myself into,” Daniels complained. “Nor would I realize what a huge impact the circus would have, not only on my life, but the rest of the world.”
Though if you look at her Twitter feed, her porn career is not dead. There is still promotion going on for her "totally nude" strip show and for her $14.99 subscription service that is still updated regularly with porn videos featuring Daniels.
On top of that she is still finding plenty of time to complain about how she doesn't have the time to "write" adult films anymore. She also claims this is her "favorite" part of working in the industry.
“I write the script down, I do the budget, I do the shoot schedule, I pick out the wardrobe,” she said to the audience. “I’ll probably never leave the adult film industry,” and that she was only taking “an unofficial break.”
She also called politics "a much dirtier job than mine."
She must be sad that her five minutes of fame in the mainstream media is over. The Democrats got what they want from her and moved on, much like they do with everyone else who supports them.