1) “Believe all accusers of sexual assault”, says Hillary Clinton
Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 23, 2015
twittered Hillary Clinton, reports Breitbart
Except, don’t believe or support the survivors of her husband’s sexual assaults, of course.
- Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump as a sexist enemy of women (4).
- Donald Trump reminded Hillary of her sexist past. Of pressuring and disbelieving survivors of husband Bill Clinton’s of sexual assaults (2) and that
- Hillary Clinton had not believed nor supported the survivors of sexual assault by husband Bill Clinton (3)
Accusing Donald Trump can backfire badly.
Politically correct people with double standards should not accuse Donald Trump.
- this is not about Bill Clinton’s past,
- this is not about the veracity of the accusation against Bill.
- This is about Hillary Clinton imposing her feminist standards (“accusers are to be believed”) upon all men except her own husband.
2) Hillary Clinton pressured Bill Clinton’s accusers
Hillary stood by Bill through all of this, and reportedly pressured many of these women to back off of their accusations. Willey and Broaddrick, particularly, have voiced accusations against Hillary the mainstream media has been reluctant to report. Here’s Broaddrick’s recollection: […]
None of that even touches Hillary’s representation of a child rapist; she joked about it in 1975, on tape, stating that she knew he was guilty: “I had him take a polygraph, which he passed, which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs.” Hillary pushed the story that the 12-year-old victim “sought out older men” and was “emotionally unstable.”
But Hillary is the great banner-carrier for sexual assault victims.
Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported. https://t.co/mkD69RHeBL
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 23, 2015
[…] On the very day upon which Breitbart News reported that former Bill Clinton sexual assault accuser Juanita Broaddrick had spoken out about Hillary’s candidacy, Hillary decided to pretend that she’s an advocate for the little people who get raped. Broaddrick alleged on national television that Clinton had raped her in 1978: […]
In the aftermath of the rape, Hillary approached her and essentially threatened her in order to keep her silent, Broaddrick has said.
She told Breitbart News’ Aaron Klein yesterday, “Shame on you, Hillary, that’s disgusting. Shame on you, Hillary. It’s time to be truthful.”
Broaddrick is hardly the only woman to fall prey to Bill’s unwanted sexual advances. According to The Washington Times, Eileen Wellstone accused Clinton of sexually assaulting her in 1969. According to the Daily Caller, legal secretary Carolyn Moffet accused Clinton of sexually assaulting her in 1979. Reportedly, Elizabeth Ward Gracen originally told friends that Clinton had sexually assaulted her in 1982. Flight attendant Christy Zercher, who worked on Clinton’s plane in 1992, allegedly accused Clinton of exposing his genitals to her and grabbing her breasts. Sandra Allen James, a former DC fundraiser, allegedly said Clinton invited her to his hotel room and then sexually assaulted her in 1991. Kathleen Willey accused Clinton of sexually assaulting her in 1993. Paula Jones famously filed a sexual harassment claim against Clinton after he allegedly exposed his penis to her and demanded that she “kiss it.”
Hillary stood by Bill through all of this, and reportedly pressured many of these women to back off of their accusations. Willey and Broaddrick, particularly, have voiced accusations against Hillary the mainstream media has been reluctant to report. [Breitbart]
3) Don’t believe the sexual assault accusers of husband Bill Clinton, said Hillary Clinton
What’s nearly as bad is Hillary’s new proposed standard in terms of criminal evidence. Her tweet suggests that evidence of sexual assault is unnecessary for the public – and presumably the authorities – to believe allegations of sexual assault. After all, every sexual assault survivor “deserves to be heard, believed, and supported.” Including, presumably, rape hoaxers like Mattress Girl at Columbia University and Jackie at the University of Virginia and Crystal Mangum at Duke University. If we held Hillary to her own standard, of course, Bill would certainly be in prison. If we held Hillary to her own standard, a lot of innocent men would be, too. [Breitbart]
But don’t expect women to resonate to the facts about Hillary Clinton. She’s been campaigning as an advocate for women for years despite riding her husband’s semen-stained coattails to the top of the political landscape and allegedly abusing his sexual assault victims. It sure is nice to be a Democrat. [Breitbart]
4) Donald Trump is sexist, anti-women, said Hillary Clinton
Clinton and her DC Media have repeatedly attacked Republican frontrunner Donald Trump as sexist. Rather than do what the Republican Establishment always does when faced with this kind of attack — crumple into a small ball and go to their Special Place until the election is lost — by honing in on Bill Clinton’s sordid, sexist past, Trump has had Hillary and her media on defense all week.
Today, at a massive rally in South Carolina, Trump just turned the heat up to 11, with the claim that former President Bill Clinton is “one of the great abusers of the world.”
The hyperbole is a key part of Trump’s ongoing chess match. The DC media has been playing fact-check-gotcha with the GOP since 2008. Trump knows this. So he colors a little outside the lines knowing Hillary’s media allies will leap at him, which is the briar patch he desires. This is how he controls the political conversation, how he manipulates the corrupt media to talk about what he wants to talk about.
As a result, all week the DC Media has been forced to re-litigate Bill’s piggish behavior, and for the first time, litigate Hillary’s role in abusing these women over what they claim is a second round of abuse, after Madame Secretary launched campaigns of personal destruction to silence them.
At this same rally, Trump correctly pointed out that he is only playing defense when he brings up Bill Clinton’s history of real (he settled a sexual harassment case with Paula Jones) and alleged (by more than a half-dozen women) history of sexual abuse.
After all, it was Hillary who decided this campaign should be about sexism, and about how sex abuse victims must be “heard, believed, and supported.”