Hillary condemns sexual assault (with a straight face)

Hillary Clinton is caught in an irony trap of her own devising.  In her first real campaign speech yesterday, the enabler of a man who assaulted Juanita Broaddrick, exposed himself to Paula Jones, and sexually exploited a teenaged intern decried sexual assault.  Eric Owens of The Daily Caller:

In the first major speech of her scandal-plagued presidential campaign, Democrat Hillary Clinton explicitly raised the issue of sexual assault on college campuses.

Clinton delivered the wide-ranging speech at the Women in the World Summit in New York City on Thursday, according to Inside Higher Ed.

“When women of any age, whether on college campuses or military bases or even in their homes, face sexual assault, then no woman is secure,” she declared.

“Every woman deserves to have the safety and security they need. That means we have to guarantee that our institutions respond to the continuing scourge of sexual assault.”

I am pretty sure she does not mean deploying teams of Bimbo Eruptions suppressors.  But that’s what she did when her husband was the aggressor.

This theme ranks right alongside a person who has taken in nine figures of wealth in twelve years through political influence-peddling decrying the one percent as laughter-inducing.

Hillary Clinton is caught in an irony trap of her own devising.  In her first real campaign speech yesterday, the enabler of a man who assaulted Juanita Broaddrick, exposed himself to Paula Jones, and sexually exploited a teenaged intern decried sexual assault.  Eric Owens of The Daily Caller:

In the first major speech of her scandal-plagued presidential campaign, Democrat Hillary Clinton explicitly raised the issue of sexual assault on college campuses.

Clinton delivered the wide-ranging speech at the Women in the World Summit in New York City on Thursday, according to Inside Higher Ed.

“When women of any age, whether on college campuses or military bases or even in their homes, face sexual assault, then no woman is secure,” she declared.

“Every woman deserves to have the safety and security they need. That means we have to guarantee that our institutions respond to the continuing scourge of sexual assault.”

I am pretty sure she does not mean deploying teams of Bimbo Eruptions suppressors.  But that’s what she did when her husband was the aggressor.

This theme ranks right alongside a person who has taken in nine figures of wealth in twelve years through political influence-peddling decrying the one percent as laughter-inducing.