Hillary Clinton just can’t help but draw attention to her own family’s transgressions, although when you’ve got as much baggage as they do, discussing any criminal activity likely has a Clinton connection. Still, she does seem to spend a lot of time with one or two of her feet stuffed inside her cackle hole.
In an interview with BBC’s Andrew Marr on Friday, Clinton was asked about her good friend Harvey Weinstein and his alleged predatory sexual acts. As Clinton attempted to diminish the sexual assaults and other transgressions she attempted to falsely equate them with President Trump’s Access Hollywood locker room talk.
Clinton repeated the terminology used in her written statement, saying that she was “Shocked and appalled” by the charges against Weinstein. She was neither shocked or appalled by the decades of sexual harassment, as it was an open secret she was surely, at a minimum, aware of. Her response is merely one of self defense, to provide the illusion that she might not condone or be indifferent to his actions, as the “champion of women.”
Clinton attempted to divert the attention away from her close political ally by attacking our President, saying, “This kind of behavior cannot be tolerated anywhere, whether it’s in entertainment [or] politics. After all, we have someone admitting to being a sexual assaulter in the Oval Office. There has to be a recognition that we must stand against the kind of action that is so sexist and misogynistic.”
Mr. Marr then went on to do what no American media outlet would dare do, ask the obvious question about her rapist husband. He noted that in her book, “What Happened,” she’s dismissive of sexual-assault accusations against her husband Bill.
He said, “In your book, the three women brought on stage [during the 2016 campaign] by Trump attacking your husband, you kind of dismiss them. Was that the right thing to do? Are you sure about that?”
She replied, “Well yes, because that had all been litigated. “That has all been litigated,” Clinton replied. “That was subject of a huge investigation in the late ’90s and there were conclusions drawn. That was clearly in the past.” It hasn’t all been litigated, as Clinton is aware and there is a huge difference between a legal judgment and the subjective “conclusions drawn.”
While it’s true that one of the cases, that of Paula Jones, was litigated to the point that the Clintons paid an $850,000 settlement as a result. The case of Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey were never litigated.
A fourth woman, Kathy Shelton, who appeared with the other three with then-candidate Trump at a 2016 pre-debate press conference, does not accuse Bill Clinton of raping or sexually assaulting her. Hillary Clinton was the attorney for the man who raped her as a child and left her by the side of a road. Hillary Clinton got him off when that case was litigated, and had a good laugh about it afterwards.
The fact that the Clintons are arrogant, free-roaming predators of the worst kind is what is really appalling, although, as with Weinstein, it’s common knowledge and nobody is shocked. Keep pushing your luck, Hillary, by attacking President Trump. You might somehow find AG Sessions mustering up the courage to take you on, he might not have a choice in the matter.
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