06 August 2016

Hillary Clinton is Definitely Not A Feminist

Hillary and Monica
According to Hillary Clinton's aides, one of the great lessons of 2008 is that she has learned to run toward history, not from it: Instead of downplaying her gender, she'll amplify it, running not just as the potential first female president but as a proud feminist.

If this is correct, then somebody is creating more problem to the Democrats presidential candidate. How can she now explain her husband's decades-long of womanizing — a philanderer at best, a predator at worst?

In 2014, the papers of Hillary’s late friend Diane Blair were made public; in them, Blair wrote that Hillary dismissed Monica Lewinksy, then a 22-year-old White House intern, as a "narcissistic loony-toon" and insisted that Bill had not abused his power. Does this woman sound "feminist" to you?

When allegations of sexual misconduct emerged during Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential run, she’s reported to have said "Who is going to find out? These women are trash. Nobody’s going to believe them."

Multiple people also report that she called the women "sluts" and "whores" — you know, for daring to be raped. According to Carl Bernstein’s "A Woman in Charge," Hillary called Bill's longtime mistress Gennifer Flowers "trailer trash"; she also encouraged his team to get signed statements from all of Bill's other women, swearing they’d never had sex with him.

A private investigator named Ivan Duda claims that, after Bill lost his second governor's race, Hillary told him: "I want you to get rid of all these b****** he’s seeing . . . I want you to give me the names and addresses and phone numbers, and we can get them under control."

As for Bill's other women — including Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey, who alleged sexual harassment, and Juanita Broad­drick, who accused him of rape — the Clintons often embarked on a "nuts and sluts" campaign, denigrating the accusers.

Willey said that Hillary spearheaded a "terror campaign" against her. "She is the war on women, as far as I’m concerned," Willey said.

The sheer number of accusations against her should make anyone worth their marbles at least question Hillary’s claim that she's an "advocate for women." After all, this is not just a single report; it's consistent, repeated pattern of despicable behavior.

Make no mistake: There is absolutely nothing feminist about Hillary Rodham Clinton. It's clear as can be, but for some reason, people are choosing not to see it, including the self-proclaimed "feminist” activist Lena Dunham.