What Women Voters Need to Know About Hillary and Huma Abedin
A few days ago it was revealed that Anthony D. Weiner of New York was sexting a woman on Twitter. In 2011 he had to resign from Congress after it was proven that he was sending lewd photos of himself to women on the internet. This creepy behavior has another, deeper, more disturbing layer: Weiner is married to Huma Abedin who is Hillary Clinton’s closest aide.
Women voters need to think about this; that both Hillary and Huma Abedin are married to men who aggressively seek out anonymous women. Both of their husbands are sexual predators; and what is more disturbing is that both of these women know their husbands are sexual predators and did not divorce them, did not distance themselves from them, did not aggressively condemn their behavior.
That Hillary would choose an aide who is also married to a sexual predator is a very bizarre thing, something that has not been seen before in American politics. Hillary has known for decades that her husband Bill is a sexual predator who has no respect for the dignity of women. He had to pay Paula Jones $850,000 in order to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit, when Jones was initially willing to accept just an apology. But Bill refused to apologize; he can’t find it in himself to show any kind of remorse for how he abused Paula Jones. Bill was also accused of rape by another woman, Juanita Broaddrick, and has had a long list of women who complained about his indecent behavior toward them.
And in recent years Bill descended even lower into sexual decadence, flying with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, to his island near Puerto Rico, an island where young girls were taken for alleged sexual encounters. Bill just can’t stop.
But what is most disturbing is what this says about Hillary. Not only that she tolerates and to some extent enables her husband Bill to continue the sexcapades but that her closest aide, Huma Abedin, is also involved in a similarly bizarre marriage with another sexual predator. And Hillary touts herself as being very sensitive to the needs of women, of being the first woman candidate for President, as someone who will bring an enlightened awareness of women’s' issues to the White House. Yet she is most comfortable with an aide that also has a husband who is a sexual predator.
Her approach toward women is not enlightened, it is darkened. Few women would tolerate being married to a man who is a sexual predator. And for the Clintons to be in the national spotlight and get away with this is particularly disturbing. It shows that they both just don’t care what people think, and for Hillary this proves that she doesn't care how this looks to other women.
She wants the votes of women but women voters need to think about Hillary’s outlook on women’s' issues if not just she, but her closest aide, share marriages with men with a less than dignified view of women. It’s difficult to accept the idea that Hillary will advance women’s issues if she doesn’t care about the most offensive behavior of men, that men use women they don’t know as sexual playthings. And for her own husband to have a long and proven history of this is difficult to accept.
And for Hillary to choose a woman with a similarly disturbed husband to be her closest aide indicates that she is, strangely, comfortable with the idea that women have husbands who are sexual predators, that somehow this is nothing to be concerned about. Hillary may be elected President of the US and have Huma as her closest aide, as she has been for years. What policies she may impose on American women should be a cause of concern for women voters.
President Obama has already taken the unique and bizarre viewpoint that schools should allow boys and girls to decide what gender they are, and that boys and men should be allowed to use women’s’ bathrooms. Obama is catering to a tiny group of people and politicizes the idea that their sexual preferences are more important than the concerns of mothers for the safety of their sons and daughters.
The one common denominator in all this is that Obama, Hillary and Abedin don’t care about the sensitivities of average women and mothers to their policies. That while they promote the concept of common sense toward gun control and immigration, they don’t want to follow the common sense of women voters who are concerned about the integrity of society and the safety of themselves and their daughters in public restrooms. American voters are already deeply unsettled over the social and personal changes being forced upon them by Federal government.
American women need to think over whether they want to elect Hillary and Abedin to positions of power and control in the White House, and what changes they will force upon women and their families. The course Democrats have taken on personal issues is more in the direction of violating the dignity and freedom of women, not enhancing it. And Hillary has shown a cold indifference toward the common sense concerns women have regarding the concepts of marriage and family. Hillary’s concept of a good husband is not shared by the majority of women. And given Obama’s bathroom initiatives women voters have valid concerns over what troubling changes Hillary has in store for them.
No one expected Obama to make the announcement that gender identity is a matter of personal choice and that public schools will be forced to make bathroom changes. Young boys and girls spend their entire day in public schools. Women voters, knowing that Hillary doesn’t care about sexual predation and workplace sexual harassment, should stop and realize what values Hillary will bring to the public school system, and if they want their daughters and sons to hear them. Once Hillary issues an edict her message, like Obama’s, will be forced upon students in every public school in the nation. By then, parents will have no choice. Their only opportunity to make a choice is in November. They know what Hillary’s marriage values are, and what changes Obama has forced on schools. And as Obama’s trend has shown, things will only get worse.