See the Video Hillary SCRUBBED From Her Website

See the Video Hillary SCRUBBED From Her Website

Hillary has to be one seriously miserable and just plain unhappy human being. It’s exhausting to be dishonest and she’s made a career of it…and I’m sure it’s really starting to drag her down. I mean…it’s obvious just to look at her. She does not seem well. Things just keep coming out of the woodwork that are very telling of the type of person she is and she just can’t keep up with the lies anymore…

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Now this…

From The Federalist Papers Project:

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According to Buzzfeed, after Juanita Broaddrick, a woman who accused former President Bill Clinton of rape in 1978 in Little Rock, Arkansas while he was running for governor, ended years of silence, a statement Clinton made about the right of rape victims to be heard has since been removed from Clinton’s website:

“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.”

Buzzfeed reported that this statement was removed from Clinton’s website when Broaddrick broke her silence about the alleged rape that occurred while Bill Clinton was Attorney General in 1978 on Twitter:

According to The Daily Caller, the line “you have the right to be believed, and we’re with you” was removed from Clinton’s website from a page addressing campus sexual assault after Broaddrick’s tweet in January.

The line was included in an archived post from Nov. 30, but according to Buzzfeed it was removed prior to Feb. 4, about a month after Broaddrick tweeted.

The line comes from video remarks Clinton made and is still on Clinton’s site. You can watch the remarks below:

After Juanita Broaddrick, a woman who accused former President Bill Clinton of rape in 1978 in Little Rock, Arkansas while he was running for governor of the state, ended years of silence:

Now, if Clinton had nothing to hide, why would she change that line? It’s highly unlikely that it was just a big coincidence and that Clinton realized the logic of the statement “you have a right to be believed” is flawed in that it automatically assumes that every person that accuses someone of rape is telling the truth without evidence.

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Clinton herself didn’t believe this when she defended a man who raped a 12-year old early in her law career and boasted that she knew he did it but that it didn’t matter.

Clinton is notorious for bullying and silencing women that have come forward with allegations against her husband, not only rendering her statement about the right to be believed invalid, but also the absurd idea that Clinton stands for women.

To coin a phrase, “What difference does it make?” That’s what Hillary thinks on all levels of her life. She does not care about right or wrong, or truth or lie. She has built her entire life around twisting truths and winning because of it. Just like she is doing right now and people are frustrated. But, we cannot give up in getting the truth out there, or she gains a even greater win.

I take comfort in knowing that no matter what, all things will be made right and just. Whether in this life or the next. Until then, trying to endure gracefully will be the challenge, until she gets locked up. Where she belongs.

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