One of the most frustrating things about the Hillary Clinton candidacy is that there is so much disqualifying garbage in her history that the American public – if they would simply acknowledge what is known about her – would never consider her for any public office. That almost 40 percent of the nation is supporting her candidacy is akin to forty percent of the country being affected with Stockholm syndrome.
From almost the very beginning, in 1992 when the Clintons took to 60 Minutes to refute allegations that Bill Clinton was a philandering sexual abuser, Hillary Clinton has proven herself to be a cold, callous and calculating politician. In addressing – and ipso facto dismissing – allegations that her husband had a 12-year sexual liaison in Gennifer Flowers, Clinton showcased her contempt for women in general. “I felt, as I felt about all these women,” Clinton said, “that ‘you know, they’ve just been minding their own business and they got hit by a meteor’ and it was no fault of their own.”
Boom! Right there every woman in the United States should have turned her back on this rarest of creatures: the female misogynist. Yet today this calculating fraud is passing herself off as a champion of women.
Clinton does, however talk the feminist talk. In that same interview she made it clear that she was a career woman. In doing so she, of course, disparaged a huge demographic: women who choose to do the hardest, but most rewarding job, of managing a family and raising children.
“I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas,” Clinton jibed at reporters during a campaign stop in Chicago, “but what I decided to do was to fulfill my profession, which I entered before my husband was in public life.”
Interesting is that Bill Clinton was always in public life. He worked on the McGovern presidential campaign directly out of law school and, but for his initial political defeat in a 1972 contest for a US House seat from Arkansas, has always been running for office. He was elected governor of Arkansas just 4 years after law school.
So, it is evidenced that Hillary Clinton has spun, manipulated and stretched the truth to manufacture a narrative benefiting her political agenda. Bill Clinton was always in “public life,” he was simply not elected. All the while she was practicing law. There was no “before my husband was in public life.”
But perhaps the most telling quote from that 60 Minutes interview comes in her declared devotion for a man she knew full well was bedding, cavorting and even raping women.
“You know, I’m not sitting here, some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette,” she said. “I’m sitting here because I love him, and I respect him, and I honor what he’s been through and what we’ve been through together. And you know, if that’s not enough for people, then heck – don’t vote for him.” (Emphasis mine)
So, Hillary Clinton, a power-hungry and calculating politician declared early on she would be willing to not only look the other way as her serial sexual predator husband abused and raped women, but defend him when his victims came forward. She declared, openly, that she “loved,” “respected,” and “honored” a man she knew was abusing woman.
So, how is it that someone who is a female misogynist can claim to be a champion of women?
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