“This is all about Hillary Clinton’s treatment of women who may have been sexually abused. Can she move forward in this campaign talking about a war on women, talking about — as she did in Northern Iowa — that women who claim to be sexually abused have the right to be heard and the right to be believed — when she says that, is the New York Times right? Do we have to examine what she did to protect herself and her position of power when woman came forward and claimed sexual abuse on her husband’s part?”
That’s the rub. It’s not that Republicans are trying to “relive Clinton’s sex scandals.” If Hillary Clinton hadn’t been so quick to pander to leftists by saying “all sexual assault victims have the right to be believed,” even though we know full well her history of not believing them, there wouldn’t be a story. Instead, Hilary’s reaction to the (ALLEGED) victims of her husband’s rapey ways has been nothing more than…
That’s why Hillary is being called out for trying to cover up and/or destroy her husband’s accusers. More importantly, it’s why some of the accusers are speaking out again. Rape tends to stick with a person. Particularly when it’s real. Like Bill Clinton’s rapes.
Bill Clinton raped women, that’s what we’re getting at. ALLEGEDLY. Here’s a list to put it in perspective.
Instead, Hillary Clinton has been spending her time giving interviews to fake rape survivors like Lena Dunham, ignoring the reality of rape culture coming from Islamic countries while simultaneously politicizing a fake “rape culture” coming from white fraternities. Because priorities.
Learn more about that in the video below. Yay, modern feminism!