Chilling Audio of Hillary Laughing At How She Got a Child Rapist Off With a Plea Bargain, and Discredited His 12-Year-Old Victim
Hillary likes to champion herself as an ultra-feminist defender of women, but anyone who has paid even the slightest attention to the Clinton legacy knows that isn’t true — she actually has no problem at all defending men like her husband when they’re accused of sexual harassment and rape over and over and over again. It’s a trait she apparently learned from her time as a public defender, when she helped child rapists avoid justice and laughed about how she discredited their young victims.
Hillary Clinton got an accused child rapist off — and laughed about it.
A Washington Free Beacon report posted Sunday night unearths decades-old recordings of the potential presidential candidate discussing her career as a public defender in Arkansas.
In one case, she cavalierly talks about how she exploited a literal hole in the prosecution’s evidence to win the release of a man accused of raping a drunk 12-year-old — blowing a different kind of hole in the carefully cultivated image of a tireless defender of women and children’s issues Clinton has built up over the years.
… Instead of a hefty prison sentence, the accused rapist got off with time served — which Clinton recalled was about two months in the county jail.
She and her husband continued on in that same vein, viciously attacking, slandering, and smearing the women who dared come forward with accusations of rape and sexual harassment against Bill Clinton. Perhaps the most despicable thing, though, is the complicity and defense of the so-called “feminists”, who even now are defending Hillary and this tape, something they wouldn’t do for literally anyone else. Evidently, “rape culture” and “victim-blaming” is only an issue when the wrong people do it — if it’s a Democrat who can get a vagina into the Oval Office, then the attitude becomes, hey, keep that rape culture coming.
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