Hillary Clinton says sexual assault survivors have a right to be believed. You mean like Juanita Broderick?
You can’t make this stuff up.
Last week, Obama Chicago sleazemeister David Axelrod slammed Hillary Clinton’s latest campaign gambit, planned spontaneity, and said that the New York Times story describing it read like something from The Onion.
My sleazy Chicago friend, if you think that was like something, check out this latest from Mrs. Clinton. Now, as the Washington Free Beacon reports, this woman, married to a notorious womanizer and alleged rapist, said the following:
During a speech at the University of Northern Iowa, Clinton spoke out strongly for the rights of sexual assault victims and said she pledged to work to address the problem on college campuses.
“I want to send a message to all of the survivors,” she said. “Don’t let anyone silence your voice, you have the right to be heard, the right be believed, and we are with you as you go forward.”
Also from the Free Beacon Story, by Alana Goodman:
When Hillary Clinton served as the court-appointed attorney for a 40-year-old man accused of raping a 12-year-old girl in 1975, she targeted the accuser’s credibility in court records.
The girl was “emotionally unstable” and had the “tendency to seek out older men,” Clinton wrote in a court affidavit.
Clinton later suggested that she believed the man was guilty of raping the girl in an audiotaped interview obtained by the Washington Free Beacon. During the case she helped her client plead down to lesser charges and got him a significantly reduced jail sentence.
According to one of Hillary Clinton’s closest friends, the late Diane Blair, the former First Lady was also dismissive of the women who came forward to accuse former senator Bob Packwood of sexual harassment in the 1990s.
Clinton said she was “tired of all those whiney women” because she needed Packwood’s support on health care reform, Blair wrote in her diary.
And people wonder why this woman’s support is evaporating? You’d have to be a complete ignoramus or a moron to support this witch!
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