I didn’t think Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick would be players in next year’s campaign, but now that we’ve been told by Mrs. Bill Clinton that they have “the right to be believed,” I dare say a cable news interview or two is in order.I think the question is more which MSM interviewer will actually challenge her on this change of tune.
Which Republican candidate will take the easy lay-up by pointing out that the Clintons are not in, shall we say, an ideal position from which to lecture people about believing rape accusers? I’m guessing Rand Paul, who’s showed before that he’s willing to go bareknuckle on the two of them over Bill’s scandals. It won’t be Trump, in any case. That wedding invitation would be even harder to explain in hindsight.
Hillary Clinton pledged to confront rape and sexual assault on college campuses if elected president at a Monday speech at Northern Iowa University…Broaddrick has accused Hillary of threatening her after the alleged rape; Willey claims Hillary led a “terror campaign” against women who’ve reported some sort of sexual contact with Bill, wanted or unwanted, and says of her, “She is the war on women, as far as I’m concerned.” How many enterprising journalists out there will note that the “right to be believed,” although a lovely talking point to mask the terrifying illiberal noises being made by Democratic policymakers lately over the Great Campus Rape Panic, is the antithesis of pretty much everything the Clintons said when they were in the White House in the 1990s?
She lauded the Obama administration’s work on the issue and promised to carry the torch if elected president. The White House launched the “It’s On Us” campaign last year targeted at ending sexual assaults on college campuses and authored a “Dear Colleague” letter in 2011 that spelled out the Department of Education’s views on schools’ responsibility to combat the issue.
“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 [to] be believed, and we are with you as you go forward.”
Kathleen Willey slams Hillary’s new sex assault survivors ad
. . . But that’s a very different message Kathleen Willey received in 1993 when she accused Hillary’s husband, President Bill Clinton, of sexually assaulting her.Tell us how you really feel, Kathleen!
“She believed what happened for sure,” Willey tells The American Mirror. “She just chose to ignore the plight of all of his victims, thus enabling him to continue to abuse and rape women in the future.”
Willey adds, “She’s a money-hungry hypocritical witch who will do anything for money.
“She’s a lying pig. I CANNOT believe that she had the gall to make that commercial. How dare she? I hope she rots in hell.“
and back to the email scandal: Official may have tried to keep Clinton emails off the record
State Department email records suggest one official attempted to keep discussions about Hillary Clinton's private communications out of email messages that could one day become public through the Freedom of Information Act.Officials try to cover up wrongdoing in their ranks? Why, who's heard of such a thing?
Peggy Grafeld, an agency FOIA officer, encouraged her colleagues to "discuss, rather than email" critical information about Clinton's records, according to conservative nonprofit Judicial Watch.
Grafeld's message "shows that one of the agency's top officials for the records management and public disclosure did not want to create a written record about issues," Judicial Watch said.
Other records obtained by the conservative watchdog show the collection of private emails Clinton turned over to the State Department last year contain months of gaps during which the former secretary failed to turn over any records.
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