Sunday, November 29, 2015

Hillary-ous Irony: Hillary Clinton tweets that all sexual assault survivors deserve support while ignoring her family's history of committing rape

NaturalNews) Wait, what? Did Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton seriously just tweet this?

Yes, she did, and this one tweet ought to convince you that this women is absolutely off her rocker and is in no way qualified to be the leader of the free world, let alone its most powerful country.

As noted by The Daily Caller, on the same night CNN aired a controversial and, according to a number of legal critics flawed, documentary about the phony epidemic of sexual assault on college campuses, Clinton tweeted out a message of solidarity for victims of sexual assault.

Because she's as tone-deaf as she is incompetent, she most certainly didn't expect the reaction and backlash she received from it. As The DC further reported:

"The link in her tweet went to a campaign webpage on sexual assault on campus that starts with a quote from a speech Hillary gave in September: 'I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault: Don't let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed, and we're with you.'"

Younger Americans among you probably don't remember much about the raucous behavior of Clinton's husband, Bill, when he served as president. But you're about to learn.

During his tenure in office, Bill Clinton became just the second president in history to be impeached, and it happened because he lied to Congress under oath, claiming he did not have a sexual affair with a White House intern, Monica Lewinsky. As The History Channel notes:

"After nearly 14 hours of debate, the House of Representatives approves two articles of impeachment against President Bill Clinton, charging him with lying under oath to a federal grand jury and obstructing justice. Clinton, the second president in American history to be impeached, vowed to finish his term.

"In November 1995, Clinton began an affair with Monica Lewinsky, a 21-year-old unpaid intern. Over the course of a year and a half, the president and Lewinsky had nearly a dozen sexual encounters in the White House."

There were not enough senators who voted to uphold the House's impeachment, so Clinton remained in office. But the Lewinsky scandal was far from his only sexual problem.

At the time of his impeachment Clinton was being sued by a former Arkansas employee, Paula Jones, who worked for the state during Clinton's tenure as governor there, for sexually harassing her.

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