Liberal Journalist: Bill’s Rape Cases Are “Fair Game”

Even a liberal journalist from “The Atlantic” believes Bill’s past sexual immorality is fair game.  

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a community forum campaign event at Cornell College in Mt Vernon, Iowa

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a community forum campaign event at Cornell College in Mt Vernon, Iowa, October 7, 2015. REUTERS/Scott Morgan – RTS3GJ9

The Atlanic’s Molly Ball appeared on Sunday’s “Face The Nation” on CBS in order to comment on Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s recent assault on the Clinton crime family.

In response, Ball said that if Hillary Clinton is going to use Bill’s “successful” presidency to advance talking points in her campaign then Bill’s sexual assault/rape cases are “fair game”.

“[Trump] does have point when he talks about how she’s pandering to women. We do her leaning into sort of feminism as identity politics. She didn’t in 2008 in way that was seen as damaging and dangerous in 2008 she had to be Margaret Thatcher, had to be tough, had to be genderless. This time around very different campaign. She’s talking very openly about being the first woman president as an asset of her campaign, something she wants to accomplish.I do think that, number one, he has a point in pointing that out. Some people may be offended by it, some may not. Number two … if Hillary is going to say that the things that Bill Clinton did that are regarded positively accrue to her credit but the things that are negative she had nothing to do with, well that’s ridiculous, and it is fair game.” Source

Ball correctly pointed out that Hillary can’t only choose positive aspects of Bill’s life to use on the campaign trail and that, essentially, she’ll have to acknowledge the good and the bad.

She made an astute point.

There’s no question that Hillary has been dodging questions about her husband’s sexual promiscuity, even resorting to lashing out and calling a rape victim who questioned her husband’s prior conduct “very rude” at a recent campaign rally.

According to Roger Stone, the leading Democratic presidential candidate aided and abetted her husband’s behavior.  When Clinton silences those who ask about it, she’s only solidifying Stone’s assertion.

The Atlantic Monthly journalists deserve credit for putting aside their political viewpoints and holding the Clinton crime family accountable for their corruption.

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2 Comments on "Liberal Journalist: Bill’s Rape Cases Are “Fair Game”"

  1. No, it’s out of bounds for the simple reason that Bill isn’t running for office. It’s an off-topic allegation, an obfuscation to avoid discussing substantive issues. it doesn’t matter if he got away with murder, is a pedophile and a secret nazi. HE…ISN’T…the CANDIDATE.

    Trump doesn’t respect boundaries though. We all know that.

    • Her wife aided and abetted his behavior by threatening and blackmailing her victims, so she’s involved. Hillary can’t run around saying “I support sexual assault victims” then silence women who have been victimized by her own husband. “All rape victims ought to be believed” she says, despite defending a child rapist in a 1975 court case detailed on this website.

      “She implied that the girl often fantasized and sought out ‘older men’ like Taylor, according to a July 1975 affidavit signed “Hillary D. Rodham” in compact cursive.”

      She’s talking about a 12-year-old girl in that sentence, a girl who has since come out and said that very statement by Hillary was an outright lie.

      So yes, she’s involved, she’s just as guilty as her husband and it’s all very relevant to this election cycle.

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