Feminists were supposed to make the world better for women. Sadly, thanks to the example of Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton, things are getting worse for women, much worse. Clinton stated:
“CLINTON: You know, I’ve devoted a lot of my public life to advocating for women’s rights being human rights, and making the case that we have to do everything we can, through laws, regulations, culture, to change the still-existing stereotypes that hold women back.”
Unfortunately, power comes before principle with Mrs. Clinton. Her husband has been involved in more alleged sexual assaults than any politician in American history. He has also been accused of rape multiple times. It seems these accusations have trailed him his entire adult life:
- Eileen Wellstone, 19-year-old English woman who said Clinton sexually assaulted her after she met him at a pub near the Oxford where the future President was a student in 1969. A retired State Department employee, who asked not to be identified, confirmed that he spoke with the family of the girl and filed a report with his superiors. Clinton admitted having sex with the girl, but claimed it was consensual. The victim’s family declined to pursue the case;
- In 1972, a 22-year-old woman told campus police at Yale University that she was sexually assaulted by Clinton, a law student at the college. No charges were filed, but retired campus policemen contacted by Capitol Hill Blue confirmed the incident. The woman, tracked down by Capitol Hill Blue last week, confirmed the incident, but declined to discuss it further and would not give permission to use her name;
- In 1974, a female student at the University of Arkansas complained that then-law school instructor Bill Clinton tried to prevent her from leaving his office during a conference. She said he groped her and forced his hand inside her blouse. She complained to her faculty advisor who confronted Clinton, but Clinton claimed the student ”came on” to him. The student left the school shortly after the incident. Reached at her home in Texas, the former student confirmed the incident, but declined to go on the record with her account. Several former students at the University have confirmed the incident in confidential interviews and said there were other reports of Clinton attempting to force himself on female students;
- Broaddrick, a volunteer in Clinton’s gubernatorial campaign, said he raped her in 1978. Mrs. Broaddrick suffered a bruised and torn lip, which she said she suffered when Clinton bit her during the rape;
- From 1978-1980, during Clinton’s first term as governor of Arkansas, state troopers assigned to protect the governor were aware of at least seven complaints from women who said Clinton forced, or attempted to force, himself on them sexually. One retired state trooper said in an interview that the common joke among those assigned to protect Clinton was “who’s next?”. One former state trooper said other troopers would often escort women to the governor’s hotel room after political events, often more than one an evening; (MORE)
One would think a professed feminist would be outraged at a man, in a position of power, using that position to force women into having sex with him. Hillary, however, does what every other political operative would do. She deals with the accuser as a political threat.
““I think we’re going to find some other things. And I think that when all of this is put into context, and we really look at the people involved here, look at their motivations and look at their backgrounds, look at their past behavior, some folks are going to have a lot to answer for.” (Link)
Everyone seems to have a lot to answer for when it comes to the alleged serial sex offender that once occupied the White House. Everyone but Bill Clinton that is.
Should the multiple alleged sex assaults be a major campaign issue since Bill Clinton isn’t running in this election? The answer is yes, not so much because of Bill Clinton’s multiple alleged sex crimes, but because Hillary Clinton betrayed all women with her “Blame the Victims” media campaign.
It would have been bad enough if she had stood back and did nothing, but to launch multiple smear campaigns against the accusers shows a desperate attempt to place political aspirations above Feminist principles.