Monday, December 7, 2015

Hillary Clinton's Message to Victims of Rape and Sexual Predators


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.

Birds of a sexual predator flock together.

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.

Cigars and pizza anyone?

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.)


  1. Talk about lame! Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) was turned into a cartoon superheroe by espnW in honor of their work on campus sexual assault.

    1. Filmmaker Michael Moore shared this image... (GROPE for Bill Clinton)

  2. A so-called "Socialist Feminist" (Suzanna Danuta Walters) wants a philanderer and sexual predator back in the White House again.

    1. I can't feel sorry for a woman whose husband's numerous infidelities didn't prompt her to divorce her husband — no matter what her reasons/excuses might have been (e.g. religion, political ambitions, financial considerations, family reasons, her standing in the community, etc.) if she's also using the excuse that she shouldn't be judged based on her husband's past actions, and then run for President to put her husband back in the White House again. That would be rewarding her husband's bad behavior. Hillary can't say she's not running for her husband's third term (and that she's her own person), and then not also condemn her husband's past policies while he was the President — such as welfare reform, the war on drugs, bankruptcy reform, his bad trade deals (PNTR for China and NAFTA), repealing Glass-Steagall, lowering the capital gains tax rate for the rich, (etc). Electing a woman to be our next President JUST BECAUSE she would be "the first woman President" is not a good enough reason to elect her. For a so-called "socialist" to endorse a "moderate" pro-corporate Democrat is absurd on the face; and for a so-called "feminist" to endorse the wife of a sexual predator (if he also benefits) is beyond the pale. If someone wants to allow Hillary to play the "victim card" based on Bill's past actions, when Hillary only benefited from being the First Lady and used it to her own advantage, then it's disgusting that her hypocrisy should qualify her to be our next President. She's a liar and an opportunist and is only running to serve her own unfulfilled desires/wishes (for wherever reasons); she is more beholding to the super-rich (and herself) than she is to the common American worker. If Bernie Sanders wasn't running, I would fully endorse Elizabeth Warren, so don't pull that crap about me being a misogynist either. I just don't like manipulative and dishonest people -- women or men.

  3. HILLARY CLINTON WOULD ALLOW BILL CLINTON IN WHITE HOUSE...but not always in the situation room.

    During an appearance on NBC's Late Night, host Seth Meyers asked the former secretary of state how difficult it would be to keep the former president out of the situation room. Clinton also said if she were president she would ask the former president for advice on the economy and world affairs. "Well maybe there will be occasions when I don't want to,' Clinton said, noting that her husband had been asked to do work by President Barack Obama and other former presidents. "There's a lot you can learn and there are all kind of special missions."

    (Would Hillary keep Bill out of the Lincoln bedroom?)

  4. According to Pew Research, most Democrats are young smart people of all races; while most Republicans are dumb, angry, and religiously fanatical old white men.

    PEW: "Democrats hold advantages in party identification among blacks, Asians, Hispanics, well-educated adults and Millennials. Republicans have leads among whites – particularly white men, those with less education and evangelical Protestants – as well as members of the Silent Generation."

    * The demographics appear to show that Democrats should be mostly Bernie voters rather than Hillary voters, who might be rich or middle-aged women (although, at 32, I guess Katy Perry wouldn't be considered middle-aged yet.)

  5. December 2015 Updates:

    Hillary, Not Trump, Forced Us to Revisit Bill Clinton’s Scandals

    Trump Suggests Bill Clinton's Affair is Fair Game in 2016: GOP front-runner revisits the Monica Lewinsky scandal

    Donald Trump attacks Hillary Clinton by blasting Bill's 'terrible record of women abuse'

    Trump fires back, hitting Bill Clinton’s ‘penchant for sexism’

    Donald Trump slams Bill Clinton as sexist amid clash with Hillary


    Referencing Hillary Clinton’s recent claim that Donal Trump is sexist, he said: “And she wants to accuse me of things. And the husband’s one of the great [sexual] abusers of the world.” (Clinton had previously accused Trump of having a “penchant for sexism”.)

    Trump’s focus on the sexual realm is playing into an area that many conservative strategists believe could still harm the Clintons, both in terms of Bill Clinton’s history and Hillary Clinton’s defence of it.

    Trump tweeted: “If Hillary thinks she can unleash her husband, with his terrible record of women abuse, while playing the women’s card on me, she’s wrong! ... There certainly were a lot of abuse of women, and you look at whether it’s Monica Lewinsky or Paula Jones or any of them ... Frankly, Hillary brought up the whole thing with ‘sexist’, and all I did was reverse it on her because she’s got a major problem, happens to be right in her house.”

    Bill Clinton has declined to respond to Trump while the Clinton campaign put out a statement saying: “Hillary Clinton won’t be bullied or distracted by attacks he throws at her and former President Clinton.”

    While consultants note that Clinton’s approval ratings rose after revelations of her husband’s relationship with Monica Lewinsky were made public, it’s also problematic territory for the Democratic frontrunner. Trump’s attacks present an opportunity for Clinton opponents to remind voters of the seamier aspects of the Clinton presidency that for many pre-dates their political consciousness.

    Hillary Clinton played a large part in defending – or of even enabling – aspects of her husband’s behavior. In the opinion of Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus: “Trump has smeared women because of their looks. Clinton has preyed on them.”

    That leaves the door open to Bill Clinton to reiterate his regret for the Monica Lewinsky affair. Last year, the former White House intern made news again in Vanity Fair when she gave a TED lecture on bullying. “At the age of 22, I fell in love with my boss. At the age of 24, I learned the devastating consequences.”

    Strategists believe it’s highly unlikely Bill Clinton will respond. But the latest attacks could erode his value as a surrogate campaigner for his wife. “It’s almost a generation since he was president. Now he’s just a popular fella. Trump’s strategy is to make Bill Clinton’s campaigning less valuable, to put himself on the same standing as Hillary, and then to begin to try to knock her off her pedestal.”

  7. Via the Wall Street Journal (Dec.29, 2015)

    The Clinton War on Women:

    Mrs. Clinton described Ms. Lewinsky as “a narcissistic loony toon,” according to the personal papers of Diane Blair, a close friend of Mrs. Clinton from Arkansas. This September Mrs. Clinton declared that “every survivor of sexual assault” has “the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed.” But when her own access to political power was at stake, she dismissed the women and defended her husband.

    When news of that affair came to light, the Clintons also waged war on her reputation. Ms. Lewinsky “was known as ‘the Stalker,’” Mr. Clinton told adviser Sidney Blumenthal on Jan. 21, 1998, according to Mr. Blumenthal’s grand jury testimony. Mr. Clinton added that she “came at me and made a sexual demand on me,” but the President “rebuffed her” and the lowly intern then “threatened him.”

    Mr. Clinton was a genuine sexual harasser in the classic definition of exploiting his power as a workplace superior, and the Clinton entourage worked hard to smear and discredit his many women accusers.

    Start with “bimbo eruptions,” the phrase that Mr. Clinton’s Arkansas fixer Betsey Wright used to describe the women who had affairs with Bill. Gennifer Flowers almost derailed his primary campaign in 1992, until Hillary stood by her man on CBS ’s “60 Minutes” and the media portrayed Ms. Flowers as a golddigger.

    Paula Jones, an Arkansas state employee who testified that a state policeman working for then Governor Clinton invited her to Bill’s hotel room where he exposed himself and sexually propositioned her. Ms. Jones filed a sexual-harassment lawsuit and Mr. Clinton lied under oath, resulting in his impeachment. The Clinton menagerie did their best to destroy her too. “If you drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park, you never know what you’ll find,” James Carville famously said about the women accusing Mr. Clinton.

  8. New York Times - Feb. 13, 2016 - Maureen Dowd - “When Hillary Clinton Killed Feminism”

    Hillary’s coronation was predicated on a conviction that has just gone up in smoke. The Clintons felt that Barack Obama had presumptuously snatched what was rightfully hers in 2008, gliding past her with his pretty words to make history before she could. So this time, the Clintons assumed, the women who had deserted Hillary for Barack, in Congress and in the country, owed her ... It turned out that female voters seem to be looking at Hillary as a candidate rather than as a historical imperative. And she’s coming up drastically short on trustworthiness ... Hillary started, both last time and this, from a place of entitlement, as though if she reads her résumé long enough people will surrender. And now she’s even angrier that she has been shown up by someone she considers even less qualified than Obama was when he usurped her place. Bernie has a clear, concise “we” message, even if it’s pie-in-the-sky: The game is rigged and we have to take the country back from the privileged few and make it work for everyone. Hillary has an “I” message: I have been abused and misunderstood and it’s my turn.

  9. Monica Lewinsky is offered $1 million by Las Vegas sex museum for DNA-stained blue dress she wore during affair with Bill Clinton.

  10. Bernie Sanders Is Winning Feminists, Even at Hillary Clinton’s Alma Mater

  11. Exclusive: ‘Hillary Clinton Took Me Through Hell,’ Rape Victim Says The woman at the center of the scandal over Hillary Clinton’s defense of an alleged child rapist speaks out in depth for the first time.