Obama Ally Details How Hillary Clinton Silenced Husband’s Victims

The Clintons are ruthless.  Former Obama administration Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius accused the pair of waging an “abusive” campaign against the women who accused former President Clinton of sexual harassment and assault in the 1990s.

She called out Hillary Clinton’s methods in particular.  Sebelius accused her of “dismissing and besmirching the women who stepped forward”.  Sebelius condemned the entire Democratic party as well.

Not only did people look the other way, but they went after the women who came forward and accused [Bill Clinton]…And so it doubled down on not only bad behavior but abusive behavior, and then people attacked the victims…

Lately, Hillary Clinton has been under scrutiny of how she treated her husband’s victims.  CNN asked Sebelius if the criticism was fair.  She said, “Absolutely.”

The standards of 2017 accusations versus Clinton allegations in the 1990s are very different.  Recently, Newsweek made quite a reach claiming that “(t)here’s little evidence to support” testimony brought forth by Bill Clinton’s accusers.

The site found that while Hillary Clinton certainly played a role in defending her husband against Broaddrick, Willey and Jones’s accusations, she was ‘largely silent’ about the alleged sexual misconduct.

False.  Even CNN, Clinton’s biggest ally detailed Hillary’s commentary on the women back in the 1990s.  She had publicly accused one of her husband’s accusers of being “some failed cabaret singer who doesn’t have much of a resume to fall back on” and another of being a “narcissistic loony tune.”

Hillary ran a campaign to discredit the women.  She hired a private investigator for the explicit purpose of digging up dirt on the accusers.  Her hopes were to destroy the accusers’ reputations “beyond all recognition”.

The accusations of Clinton’s victims are quite comparable to accusations currently shaking the Hollywood industry.  We already know that the Clintons were complicit with Weinstein.  Is it too much of a reach that they’d operate in the same manner?



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  1. Stu Hinkle March 8, 2018

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