Hillary's supporters (such as Katy Perry) wants to put her husband Bill (a sexual predator) back in the White House again. The last time the Clintons occupied the White House, they had to return thousands of dollars worth of property that they had "improperly removed" (link, link, link) when Hillary claimed they left the White House "dead broke" (link, link, link).
Now we have 13 FEMALE Democratic Senators who wants a sexual predator back in the White House again — maybe for another 8 years. Don't those 13 FEMALE Democratic Senators know what the definition of "is" is? They just want "the first woman president", no matter what baggage she carries into the White House with her.
Last September Hillary Clinton sent the following message to sexual assault survivors:
Immediately following the release of this 17 second message, many took to social media to lambast Hillary — especially considering her husband’s history with sexual assault accusations and womanizing:
- Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones all pointed fingers at Bill Clinton as a sexual predator who made unwanted physical advances. Hillary famously stood guard against what she called "bimbo eruptions" during the 1992 presidential campaign season.
- Hillary also defended a child rapist during the 1970s when she was a lawyer in private practice, later laughing about the experience. The 12-year-old victim in the case said last year that Clinton "took me through hell" with false court filings that painted her as a liar.
- Gennifer Flowers claimed Bill liked to be blindfolded and tied up with silk scarves and called his wife "Hilla the Hun".
Most had all accused Bill Clinton of either sexual assault or rape — just like his pal Bill Cosby.
For those who were upset that Hillary was taking this position on sexual assault in her recent campaign ad, a hero stepped up at a New Hampshire campaign stop on December 3rd and bravely asked: "You said that all rape victims should be believed; but would you say that about Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, and/or Paula Jones?"
Hillary's response: "Well, I would say that everybody should be believed at first, until they are disbelieved based on evidence." Watch the exchange below and look at the smile on Hillary’s face after her response:
Despite her smile, she did look quite uncomfortable; I mean what person wouldn’t be when questioned about your spouse’s sexual assault accusers? But Hillary is a pro at this. With the Clintons’ involvement in politics since the 1970s, it comes as no surprise that Hillary was prepared for these type of questions. In addition, Hillary has been dealing with her husband's infidelity and accusations of sexual assault for longer than most of us probably know.
But as always, Hillary just puts a smile on her face as best as she can and tries to move forward. Bill’s accusers, and those supporting them, will not be moving on — especially Kathleen Willey, who has vowed to haunt Hillary throughout her presidential run.
As an aside: Western Illinois University, the only entity that’s predicted every single presidential election with 100 percent accuracy since 1975, recently announced that its last mock election sent Senator Bernie Sanders to the White House in 2016 as President. (Maybe by then Bill and Hillary can open a brothel in Nevada.)