BBC reporter Andrew Marr asked Hillary Clinton about her longtime friend Harvey Weinstein’s sexual abuse allegations and her response is truly despicable. Although she did say Weinstein’s behavior was unacceptable, and praised the women for coming forward, she followed it up by trying to compare him to President Trump.“We have someone admitting to being a sexual assaulter in the Oval Office,”Hillary said.
WOW… The woman who has been married to an alleged rapist for decades, including while he was President, had the nerve to say we shouldn’t “tolerate” this behavior in the Oval Office. The same Oval Office where her husband used his power to pressure a 21 year old intern to give him oral sex. The same Oval Office where her husband paid nearly 1 million dollars to settle a sexual abuse lawsuit with Paula Jones. The BBC reporter was shocked to hear her hypocrisy, and followed up by asking why she doesn’t also “support” Bill Clinton’s rape accusers who have come forward. Her response will make you sick. (Video Below)
Hillary shrugged off her husband’s accusations, saying they are all “in the past” and have been litigated. In reality, Bill Clinton has never been charged. Bill Clinton’s rape accuser, Juanita Broaddrick even accused Hillary of intimidating her and other victims into silence. President Trump has NEVER accused of anything like Bill Clinton has done. These comments by Hillary are repulsive and it’s good to see this BBC reporter caller her out on it. WATCH this reporter expose her hypocrisy then SHARE on Facebook so we can make it go viral!
From Fox News:
BUT EARLIER THIS WEEK, WHITE HOUSE COUNSELOR KELLYANNE CONWAY CALLED CLINTON A “HYPOCRITE” ON WOMEN’S ISSUES.
“SHE NEEDS TO NOT BE A HYPOCRITE ABOUT WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT AND WHAT IT MEANS TO BE PRO-WOMAN,” CONWAY TOLD FOX NEWS’ “AMERICA’S NEWSROOM.” “SHE IS ON A BOOK TOUR TALKING ABOUT HERSELF AND A CAMPAIGN SHE LOST—NOT TALKING ABOUT WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT, SHE’S NOT TRYING TO HELP VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT.”
CONWAY ALSO BLASTED CLINTON FOR TAKING FIVE DAYS TO RELEASE A STATEMENT CONDEMNING WEINSTEIN: “I FELT LIKE A WOMAN WHO RAN TO BE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF AND PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, WHO TALKS ABOUT WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT, TOOK AN AWFULLY LONG TIME TO GIVE SUPPORT TO THESE WOMEN.”
Source: Subject Politics