She just wants to know if it's legitJune 8, 2012 @ 8:57 am (Updated: 8:59 am - 6/8/12 )
Former Miss Pennsylvania Sheena Monnin is sticking to her charge that Donald Trump's Miss USA Pageant was rigged. (AP Photo/Miss Universe Organization, Darren Decker)
Former Miss Pennsylvania Sheena Monnin is sticking to her charge that Donald Trump's Miss USA Pageant was rigged.
She says Miss Florida was able to tell her who the five finalists were, BEFORE the voting even took place, because there was a list backstage. At first she didn't believe it:
"But when the names were called out in the order that she said she saw them on the list, that's just too coincidental to not be true," said Monnin.
...so Miss PA resigned and went public.
Miss Florida now claims mentioning the list was a joke, but Miss PA told the Today Show no way. She told the Today Show she thinks the pageant is rigged, to which Donald Trump says is ridiculous! She is nothing but a sore loser, and not even very pretty.
"If you looked at her compared to the people that were in the top 15, you would understand why she's not in the top 15," said Trump.
But even though he threatens to sue her, she is not backing down:
"My message is very simple. I would like the truth to be made known. I am not here to destroy anyone. I am not here to bad talk about anybody. My heart and my attitude is I want the truth to be made known," said Monnin.
She only wants the truth. But why should Donald Trump have to prove his pageant is legitimate? Where does this woman get off insisting that something that's obviously legitimate...might not be legitimate?
"People that are born in this country have birth certificates, so I wanted to see his birth certificate," Trump has said.
Where does she get off raising doubts without proof?
"Many people do not think it was authentic. His mother was not in the hospital," said Trump.
And what is that man's voice I keep hearing talking about hospitals and birth certificates?
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