VIDEO: Hillary Clinton Denies Responsibility for Bill Clinton's Sexual Assault History
Let's give Hillary Clinton some credit. In the era of#MeToo, Hillary's got some huge grapefruits to say what she's said with a straight face. She was asked about the rapey behaviors of her husband in the nineties, and the sexual mores of a president boinking a young intern. Watch the clip below and tell me this woman isn't a psychopath better suited as a Christopher Nolan villain. Have a heating pad on standby. This broad is cold.
“Absolutely not,” the former first lady said during the CBS "Sunday Morning" interview when asked if Bill Clinton should have stepped down.
“It wasn't an abuse of power?” CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil asked.
Clinton responded: “No. No.”
At the time of the Lewinksy affair, Monica was 22. Bill Clinton was the most powerful man in the world. You tell me if the affair was appropriate.
Let's not forget the rape claims from Juanita Broaddrick, who alleges (have to say "alleges" for the lawyers) Bill Clinton raped her in a hotel room in 1978, when he was the attorney general of Arkansas (see Democrat Senator: ‘Always Believe Rape Victims.’ Juanita Broaddrick Responds and Juanita Broaddrick Details Alleged Bill Clinton Rape in New Book). Both Bill and his doting wife Hillary denied Bill threw Juanita on a bed to have his way with her. We're only supposed to #BelieveAllWomen when Democrats have an agenda with which to hog tie America.
Hillary Clinton's stone cold appearances, denying her husband was anything other than an angelic figurehead, probably don't help Democrats in the new era of "We hate sexual harassment... now." Especially as Hillary shifts blame, claiming Donald Von PussyGrab is worse than Billy Von PutSomeIceOnIt.
In case you're too young, or weren't born yet, to remember Bill Clinton's rapescapades: