Oh, Now Hillary Is an Advocate for Rape Victims
Just whose side is Clinton on in the “war on women”?
While campaigning in Iowa, Hillary Clinton pledged that she would push for policies to deal with sexual assault on college campuses by making government programs for victims “comprehensive, confidential and coordinated.” Don’t be fooled. She’s positioning herself to capitalize on the Left’s witch hunt in the supposed “epidemic” of rape on college campuses. “I want to send a message to all of the survivors,” Clinton said. “Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard, the right to be believed, and we are with you as you go forward.” Say, does that apply to the women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault? Juanita Broaddrick says Hillary threatened her into keeping quiet. Kathleen Willey says the former first lady goes after the women who have accused her husband “to ruin them again and again.” When Paula Jones accused the playboy in chief of sexual harassment in the late ‘90s, it was “scorched-earth legal warfare,” The Washington Post said at the time. And let’s not forget Monica Lewinsky, the low-level intern abused by her superior. Hillary famously blamed that one on a “vast right-wing conspiracy.” But just whose side is Clinton on in the “war on women”?
- Hillary Clinton
- Monica Lewinsky
- Bill Clinton
- Kathleen Willey
- Paula Jones
- war on women
- Juanita Broaddrick
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