Once again the Clinton spin is out of control, and Hillary is cashing in. For over twenty years Hillary has cast herself as a supposed defender of women, all the while, waging her unrelenting war on women. When the Roman Polanski rape case resurfaced, Whoopi Goldberg coined the term “rape-rape” to describe the difference between the kind of rape she opposed and the kind she was okay with because it had been perpetrated by someone she liked. In the political world the cases of Clarence Thomas and Bill Clinton showed how liberals delineated between the sexual harassment of men they approved of and men they disapproved of. Now the “Rape Rape” distinction is back with Bill’s wife.
1. As an attorney, Hillary defended sex offenders – even laughing about getting a kiddie rapist off!
Hillary is now the face of the Democratic Party’s bid to make feminist history. However when Hillary was caught on tape cheerfully recollecting how she accused a 12-year-old girl, in formal legal language, of being a mentally ill slut. Or as the Washington Post’s Melinda Henneberger put it, “The ‘little bit nutty, little bit slutty’ defense has a long, ugly history. It’s jarring to see it trotted out against a kid by a future feminist icon.”Suddenly the social justice warriors who were denouncing due process, such as access to legal counsel, for campus rapists being tried by student committees, became big fans of due process for rapists. As with Whoopi Goldberg, it was all about who was doing the raping and who the rapist’s lawyer was.
Amanda Marcotte, of Slate and The Daily Beast, as well a blogger for John Edwards, another noted defender of women, called critics of the Duke Lacrosse case “rape-loving scum” and suggested that George Will was a “rape apologist” for questioning some questionable rape cases. But when Hillary Clinton was outed as a “rape apologist” and “rape-loving scum”, Amanda became a “rape apologist” explaining why being “rape-loving scum” was actually a good thing.
“Hillary Clinton Knows Rape Is No Laughing Matter”, she wrote, describing a tape in which Hillary Clinton is laughing while talking about rape. With a desperation no one in their right mind could excuse, Amanda explained that Hillary Clinton might have called a 12-year-old victim of child rape a mentally ill slut, but it wasn’t her fault.
It was society’s fault. “While it’s always unpleasant to hear defense attorneys try to sow doubt about an accuser’s trustworthiness, the blame for this should not lay on the shoulders of those who have an obligation to defend their clients. The blame should lay on society for perpetuating the myth that false accusations are common” she wrote. Don’t blame Hillary Clinton for her horrible evil lie about a raped little girl. Blame a society that gave Hillary the idea that she could get away with it. This is a good defense because it can be used for any of the many lies told by Hillary Clinton.
2. As the first lady, Hillary slandered and intimidated the victims of her husband’s serial abuses.
3. As an employer, Hillary paid women 72 cents for every dollar she paid men – and still does at her personal Foundation.
Part of the winning strategy for Hillary Clinton’s presidential run is to focus on disgruntled women who think they should be paid more. (OK, they probably should. And so should men.) Hammering on the myth that women are paid 72 cents (or 77 cents) for every dollar men earn and hyping multi millionaire Patricia Arquette’s Oscar winning plea for more money for women with support from other multi millionaire Hollywood women–and men–is probably being worked on as you read. Hints of this emerged at a Silicon Valley tech conference where Clinton stated, earning her $300,000 fee, “I think we all cheered Patricia Arquette’s speech at the Oscars, because she’s right — it’s time to have wage equality,”
But for Hillary, the “time to have wage equality” has not arrived for her staffers; the 72 cents per 100 cents female/male pay ratio is no myth according to this widely discussed report in the Washington Free Beacon.
During those years, the median annual salary for a woman working in Clinton’s office was $15,708.38 less than the median salary for a man, according to the analysis of data compiled from official Senate expenditure reports.
The analysis compiled the annual salaries paid to staffers for an entire fiscal year of work from the years 2002 to 2008. Salaries of employees who were not part of Clinton’s office for a full fiscal year were not included. Because the Senate fiscal year extends from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30, Clinton’s first year in the Senate, which began on Jan. 3, 2001, was also not included in the analysis.
Signs indicate there will also be large gender pay gap on Clinton’s 2016 campaign staff. The Washington Post reported last week that Clinton will rely on “President Obama’s heavily male campaign apparatus” to run her upcoming presidential campaign.A request for comment made to the Clinton Foundation was not returned.
Whoops! Not only was Obama’s 2012 campaign staff “heavily male” it was heavily white as the famous photos “An Obama Campaign Photo That Looks Like a Young Republican Rally”:
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4. As Secretary of State,Hillary accepted millions in private donations from Arab countries with atrocious records on women’s rights, giving global cover to brutal tyrants for a quick buck.
However her husband quickly came to her defense. Bill Clinton Defends Foreign Donations to Family Foundation Former President Bill Clinton spoke out in defense of his family foundation’s acceptance of donations from foreign governments on Saturday, after a series of news reports that raised questions about the practice, which quietly resumed after Hillary Rodham Clinton stepped down as secretary of state.
Mr. Clinton said simply that the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation’s global work required financial support, and acknowledged that money has come from donors with whom he sometimes differs on policy.
“We do get money from other countries, and some of them are in the Middle East,” he said, saying at one point that the endowment the foundation has raised in the last few years was “so all these projects will run forever.”
“And I think it is a good thing. For example, the U.A.E. gave us money,” Mr. Clinton said. “Do we agree with everything they do? No. But they are helping us fight ISIS and they built a great university with N.Y.U., open to people around the world. And they have helped us support the work that this foundation does.”
He added: “Do I agree with all the foreign policy of Saudi Arabia? No.”
Mr. Clinton’s remarks came at an event at the University of Miami, sponsored by the Clinton Global Initiative University, in which he was interviewed onstage by the comedian Larry Wilmore, host of Comedy Central’s “The Nightly Show.”
“My theory about all this is, disclose everything,” Mr. Clinton said. “And then let people make their judgments,” Mr. Clinton said. “But I think there are more than 300,000 people who in some form or fashion have contributed money.”
“I believe we have done a lot more good than harm,” he added. “And I believe this is a good thing.”
Mr. Clinton’s aides have frequently pointed out that the donations came to light only after foundation officials put them on its website. But the Clintons have been criticized for accepting donations from foreign nations in the period between Mrs. Clinton’s four-year State Department tenure and her 2016 presidential candidacy, which she is expected to launch next month.
Earlier, Mrs. Clinton and the couple’s daughter, Chelsea, appeared together onstage at the event. Mrs. Clinton did not discuss the foundation’s funding or the controversy over her use of a private email account for official business while she secretary of state. She and her daughter instead previewed the “No Ceilings” project, a global data-gathering endeavor about women and girls that will be made public in New York City on Monday. They also announced an initiative called “not there,” in which they said they planned to remove their photographs from their social-media accounts to make a point about “unseen,” marginalized or disadvantaged women around the world. Yeah, whatever.
Don’t blame Hillary for being a liar. She’s lied about so many things; it ‘s hard to remember them all but lets try to remember a few: Hillary lied about landing in Bosnia under sniper fire, then when the video surfaced of her actual landing on that day and the video was of a little girl handing her flowers it was obvious her lie was exposed. Maybe we should blame a patriarchal society which values military heroics over defending child rapists. Don’t blame her for lying about being named after Sir Edmund Hillary. Blame a society which prioritizes climbing large mountains. What about when the Clintons stole White House furniture or when she covered up for your husband’s history of sexual abuses. It is common knowledge that Hillary is a liar and a liar is a thief. It’s the same base character flaw. Is that who you want in the white house? Not me.