The New York Times just proved Donald Trump right. Hillary Clinton has a terrible record with women.
I know, I know. The New York Times? How? Are you sure? Yep. Totally sure. NYT actually has an article out titled, “How Hillary Clinton Grappled With Bill Clinton’s Infidelity, and His Accusers,” and it’s as juicy as it sounds.
The entire article details how Hillary secretly dealt with Bill’s infidelity. Sure, she was “stoic and defiant” in public, but in private, she was a monster. She was Bill’s enabler. She threatened and intimidated his “bimbos.” NYT writes–
But privately, she embraced the Clinton campaign’s aggressive strategy of counterattack: Women who claimed to have had sexual encounters with Mr. Clinton would become targets of digging and discrediting — tactics that women’s rights advocates frequently denounce.
Wow. Are they actually admitting that Hillary Clinton is a giant hypocrite? Are they admitting that her line, “Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported” is the biggest joke in the history of ever?
But at a news conference the next day, Ms. Flowers reasserted her claims, playing excerpts from her calls with Mr. Clinton. The two could be heard discussing the attention the rumors were getting, and she joked about his sexual talents.
Glimpsing the news conference in South Dakota, Mrs. Clinton directed an aide to get Mr. Clinton on the phone, Gail Sheehy, a journalist traveling with her, recalled in a recent interview.
“It was a reaction of no surprise, but immediate anger and action,” said Ms. Sheehy, who also described her observations in a Vanity Fair article that year. “Not anger at Bill, but at Flowers, the press and Republicans.”
Back on a plane that night, Mrs. Clinton told Ms. Sheehy that if she were to question Ms. Flowers in front of a jury, “I would crucify her.”
The report also notes that the Clinton campaign hired a private investigator to take down Flowers and “to impugn Ms. Flowers’s ‘character and veracity until she is destroyed beyond all recognition.’”
In a pattern that would later be repeated with other women, the investigator’s staff scoured Arkansas and beyond, collecting disparaging accounts from ex-boyfriends, employers and others who claimed to know Ms. Flowers, accounts that the campaign then disseminated to the news media.
By the time Mr. Clinton finally admitted to “sexual relations” with Ms. Flowers, years later, Clinton aides had used stories collected by the private investigator to brand her as a “bimbo” and a “pathological liar.”
Mrs. Clinton’s level of involvement in that effort, as described in interviews, internal campaign records and archives, is still the subject of debate. By some accounts, she gave the green light and was a motivating force; by others, her support was no more than tacit assent.
Tacit assent? I think we all know it was much more than that.
NYT goes on to say that Hillary was put in a difficult position. And obviously, being married to a constant cheater/rapist/all around man skeeze isn’t exactly easy, but shedefended his behavior. She didn’t stick with him because she was a faithful wife who saw the best in him. It was about her and her chance to attain political power. That’s alwaysbeen her objective.
Here’s what I don’t understand. NYT basically admits that Hillary Clinton enabled her husband and did the complete OPPOSITE of what a woman devoted to female empowerment would do. She threatened and intimidated other women. She tried to silence them. But for some reason, the editorial board happily endorsed her, writing, “Mrs. Clinton’s record of service to children, women and families has spanned her adult life.”
Record of service to women, huh? Are intimidation tactics considered a “service” these days? How can feminists support a woman like that? Easy. Hillary’s relentless support of the slaughter of innocent babies makes up for her past behavior.
— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) October 3, 2016
Moral of the story? You can defend your rapist husband and threaten/intimidate his “bimbos” as long as you support abortion.
Add that to the list of reasons modern day feminism is a complete joke.