Clinton's Bimbo Eruptions vs. Trump's 'Sexism'

When Hillary Clinton regurgitated charges of sexism by GOP frontrunner Donald Trump after he said she was “schlonged” in 2008, she was close, as the saying goes, but no cigar. Hillary is the real sexist antifeminist in the race, one who was the enabler of a philandering husband. She stood by her man so she could ride his coattails to political prominence. She is woman, hear her ignore her husband’s real war on women.

Breitbart editor-at-large Ben Shapiro suggests in a sly tweet that Trump was indeed in error:

Trump is WRONG for saying Hillary was schlonged in 2008. Technically, it's been at least three decades since Hillary was schlonged.

Some have even suggested that when a righteously indignant President Clinton wagged his finger and said he did not have sexual relations with THAT womam, he added “Ms. Lewinsky” as an afterthought, just so listeners would know exactly who THAT wpman was. The irony here is that Hillary Clinton first gained national prominence, as columnist Debra J. Saunders writes at SFGate doing just that:

When Hillary Clinton first became a national figure in 1992, it was on “60 Minutes.” CBS correspondent Steve Kroft was asking the Clintons about Gennifer Flowers‘ claim that the Bubba and she had an affair. Bill denied the allegation. Hillary Clinton said, “I’m not sitting here, some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette.” Actually, that’s exactly what she was doing.

On “60 Minutes,” Bill Clinton denied having an affair with Flowers. Well, if you listen carefully, you notice that he denied a 12-year affair with Flowers. Kroft asked: Would he categorically deny the affair? Ever the parser, Clinton answered, “I’ve said that before.”

In 1998, under oath during a deposition for the Paula Jones lawsuit, Clinton testified he had sex with Flowers in 1977. Once. Just like he didn’t inhale….

For every bad choice Bill Clinton made, he tried to evade any consequences, not by owning up, but lying. It is unthinkable to expect the former president to regulate himself. Hillary Clinton was his ever-ready enabler. Later, during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, the first lady famously blamed a “vast right-wing conspiracy.”

Gennifer Flowers, Monica Lewinsky, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey as well as, some would suggest, a cast of thousands, have been groped, fondled, and used as sexual objects by one William Jefferson Clinton. If in Hillary’s view, Donald Trump’s “sexism” is a campaign issue, the surely the wandering eye, hand and schlong of her husband while she averted her eyes to gain power is also an issue.

And then there’s Juanita Broaddrick, who has accused President Clinton of rape. Juanita Broaddrick’s story is a credible one, and one of the many “bimbo eruptions” that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton handled during her husband Bill’s presidential campaign As Linda Tripp, confidante of former Clinton intern Monica Lewinsky, told the Daily Mail of how Hillary both enabled and covered up Bill’s many dalliances:

Tripp said: 'His political success was largely dependent upon Hillary. He owed her a great deal. As is widely acknowledged, Hillary took care of all the 'bimbo eruptions' of which there were thousands in order to present to the world an electable candidate.

'In this endeavor she was ruthless. She destroyed women so that their stories never saw the light of day.'

Juanita Broaddrick’s story was one thatsaw the light of day when in January 1999, a month after Bill Clinton’s impeachment in the House, she agreed to be interviewed by NBC’s Lisa Myers. Breitbart reports of the interview:

Her account begins in 1978, when then-Juanita Hickey was a 35 year-old Clinton campaign worker, and Attorney General Bill Clinton, who was running for governor of Arkansas, visited a nursing home where she worked as a nurse….

According to the transcript of an NBC Dateline report on Broaddrick, during that campaign stop, Clinton reportedly invited her to visit his campaign headquarters in Little Rock. Broaddrick, who was planning to go to Little Rock the following week for a seminar, called Clinton’s headquarters when she arrived and said she was surprised to be greeted on the phone by a staff member who seemed to be expecting her call. The aide directed her to telephone Clinton at his apartment.

“I did call and ask him if he was gonna be at the headquarters that day and he said no he didn’t plan to be there,” Broaddrick said. “He says, Clinton said, ‘Why don’t I just meet you for coffee in the Camelot coffee shop?'”

Broaddrick said the seminar was being held at the Camelot Hotel in Little Rock.

Clinton, however, reportedly called back later and asked if they could meet in her hotel room because there were reporters in the coffee shop.

Clinton arrived at her room and after some small talk Broaddrick, not having yet any reason to distrust the man she supported for governor, the top law enforcement officer in her state, said he forced himself on her forced himself on her in a particularly brutal way. It was not quite as forceful as his later forcible groping Kathleen Willey in the Oval Office but it fit a sexually predatory pattern that would also engulf Gennifer Flowers, Elizabeth Ward Gracen, Paula Jones, to name a few.

Perhaps Hillary can also explain how, as young lawyer Hillary Rodham, got an accused child rapist off on a technicality and then lived to laugh about it. It takes a village to raise a child, she once famously said. It only takes one lawyer to set an alleged child rapist free, as The Blaze reported:

Clinton fired off 19 subpoenas, affidavits and motions in defense of Thomas Alfred Taylor during the first few months of the case and particularly worked to attack the credibility of the 12-year-old girl who said Taylor had raped her.

Rodham, records show, questioned the sixth-grader’s honesty and claimed she had made false accusations in the past,” Newsday reported in 2008. “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.”

On the tape, Clinton says she destroyed the prosecution on a technicality: The forensics lab had mishandled a key piece of evidence -- a bloodied pair of Taylor’s underwear -- and Clinton went to great lengths to show that the underpants had been damaged and couldn’t be used as evidence.

“Oh [Taylor] plea-bargained,” Clinton said. “Got him off with time served in the county jail.”

Hillary Clinton was married to and enabled a serial sexual predator. She set a child rapist free. War on women? Sexism? Game on. Hillary.

Daniel John Sobieski is a freelance writer whose pieces have appeared in Investor’s Business Daily, Human Events, Reason Magazine and the Chicago Sun-Times among other publications.               

When Hillary Clinton regurgitated charges of sexism by GOP frontrunner Donald Trump after he said she was “schlonged” in 2008, she was close, as the saying goes, but no cigar. Hillary is the real sexist antifeminist in the race, one who was the enabler of a philandering husband. She stood by her man so she could ride his coattails to political prominence. She is woman, hear her ignore her husband’s real war on women.

Breitbart editor-at-large Ben Shapiro suggests in a sly tweet that Trump was indeed in error:

Trump is WRONG for saying Hillary was schlonged in 2008. Technically, it's been at least three decades since Hillary was schlonged.

Some have even suggested that when a righteously indignant President Clinton wagged his finger and said he did not have sexual relations with THAT womam, he added “Ms. Lewinsky” as an afterthought, just so listeners would know exactly who THAT wpman was. The irony here is that Hillary Clinton first gained national prominence, as columnist Debra J. Saunders writes at SFGate doing just that:

When Hillary Clinton first became a national figure in 1992, it was on “60 Minutes.” CBS correspondent Steve Kroft was asking the Clintons about Gennifer Flowers‘ claim that the Bubba and she had an affair. Bill denied the allegation. Hillary Clinton said, “I’m not sitting here, some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette.” Actually, that’s exactly what she was doing.

On “60 Minutes,” Bill Clinton denied having an affair with Flowers. Well, if you listen carefully, you notice that he denied a 12-year affair with Flowers. Kroft asked: Would he categorically deny the affair? Ever the parser, Clinton answered, “I’ve said that before.”

In 1998, under oath during a deposition for the Paula Jones lawsuit, Clinton testified he had sex with Flowers in 1977. Once. Just like he didn’t inhale….

For every bad choice Bill Clinton made, he tried to evade any consequences, not by owning up, but lying. It is unthinkable to expect the former president to regulate himself. Hillary Clinton was his ever-ready enabler. Later, during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, the first lady famously blamed a “vast right-wing conspiracy.”

Gennifer Flowers, Monica Lewinsky, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey as well as, some would suggest, a cast of thousands, have been groped, fondled, and used as sexual objects by one William Jefferson Clinton. If in Hillary’s view, Donald Trump’s “sexism” is a campaign issue, the surely the wandering eye, hand and schlong of her husband while she averted her eyes to gain power is also an issue.

And then there’s Juanita Broaddrick, who has accused President Clinton of rape. Juanita Broaddrick’s story is a credible one, and one of the many “bimbo eruptions” that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton handled during her husband Bill’s presidential campaign As Linda Tripp, confidante of former Clinton intern Monica Lewinsky, told the Daily Mail of how Hillary both enabled and covered up Bill’s many dalliances:

Tripp said: 'His political success was largely dependent upon Hillary. He owed her a great deal. As is widely acknowledged, Hillary took care of all the 'bimbo eruptions' of which there were thousands in order to present to the world an electable candidate.

'In this endeavor she was ruthless. She destroyed women so that their stories never saw the light of day.'

Juanita Broaddrick’s story was one thatsaw the light of day when in January 1999, a month after Bill Clinton’s impeachment in the House, she agreed to be interviewed by NBC’s Lisa Myers. Breitbart reports of the interview:

Her account begins in 1978, when then-Juanita Hickey was a 35 year-old Clinton campaign worker, and Attorney General Bill Clinton, who was running for governor of Arkansas, visited a nursing home where she worked as a nurse….

According to the transcript of an NBC Dateline report on Broaddrick, during that campaign stop, Clinton reportedly invited her to visit his campaign headquarters in Little Rock. Broaddrick, who was planning to go to Little Rock the following week for a seminar, called Clinton’s headquarters when she arrived and said she was surprised to be greeted on the phone by a staff member who seemed to be expecting her call. The aide directed her to telephone Clinton at his apartment.

“I did call and ask him if he was gonna be at the headquarters that day and he said no he didn’t plan to be there,” Broaddrick said. “He says, Clinton said, ‘Why don’t I just meet you for coffee in the Camelot coffee shop?'”

Broaddrick said the seminar was being held at the Camelot Hotel in Little Rock.

Clinton, however, reportedly called back later and asked if they could meet in her hotel room because there were reporters in the coffee shop.

Clinton arrived at her room and after some small talk Broaddrick, not having yet any reason to distrust the man she supported for governor, the top law enforcement officer in her state, said he forced himself on her forced himself on her in a particularly brutal way. It was not quite as forceful as his later forcible groping Kathleen Willey in the Oval Office but it fit a sexually predatory pattern that would also engulf Gennifer Flowers, Elizabeth Ward Gracen, Paula Jones, to name a few.

Perhaps Hillary can also explain how, as young lawyer Hillary Rodham, got an accused child rapist off on a technicality and then lived to laugh about it. It takes a village to raise a child, she once famously said. It only takes one lawyer to set an alleged child rapist free, as The Blaze reported:

Clinton fired off 19 subpoenas, affidavits and motions in defense of Thomas Alfred Taylor during the first few months of the case and particularly worked to attack the credibility of the 12-year-old girl who said Taylor had raped her.

Rodham, records show, questioned the sixth-grader’s honesty and claimed she had made false accusations in the past,” Newsday reported in 2008. “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.”

On the tape, Clinton says she destroyed the prosecution on a technicality: The forensics lab had mishandled a key piece of evidence -- a bloodied pair of Taylor’s underwear -- and Clinton went to great lengths to show that the underpants had been damaged and couldn’t be used as evidence.

“Oh [Taylor] plea-bargained,” Clinton said. “Got him off with time served in the county jail.”

Hillary Clinton was married to and enabled a serial sexual predator. She set a child rapist free. War on women? Sexism? Game on. Hillary.

Daniel John Sobieski is a freelance writer whose pieces have appeared in Investor’s Business Daily, Human Events, Reason Magazine and the Chicago Sun-Times among other publications.