'Women and girls' defender Hillary Clinton has a history of defending rapists

There is a tape of Hillary laughing while discussing how she defended in 1975 a 41-year-old man who raped a 12-year-old girl by getting a rape charge reduced to fondling a minor.  The rapist wanted a female attorney.  Hillary was running a legal aid clinic at the University of Arkansas.  The court appointed Hillary from a list of six female attorneys.

On the tape, Hillary laughs while discussing the evidence and her tactics.

While a court-appointed attorney must represent a client to the best of her ability, an attorney can refuse the appointment unless there is no other capable attorney to represent the rapist.  Hillary could have refused, but she did not.  She could have filed a Motion to Withdraw as counsel if she did not want to represent a rapist of a 12-year-old girl.  I am sure there were other lawyers, such as the public defender, and the records show that there were six female attorneys from the list.  Even if the rapist wanted a female attorney, there is no constitutional right to demand that a rapist be represented by a woman.

I am not criticizing Hillary for representing a rapist, but if she believes so strongly in the welfare of children and women, as she constantly tells us, then why accept an appointment to defend the rapist of 12-year-old girl?  And why laugh while discussing how you got a rape charge reduced to fondling a minor?

This is relevant because Hillary is trying to destroy Donald Trump by accusing him of being a sexist and a misogynist and using his language toward Rosie O'Donnell as evidence of her charges.  This is the politics of personal destruction.

If Hillary really believed what she says about fighting for the welfare of children and women, she would have refused the appointment.  At the very least, she should have discussed the case seriously, not laughing, in which a 12-year-old girl was raped.

Further, she would never have tried to cover Bubba's rape of Juanita Broaddrick, nor directed the cover-up of the sexual assaults on Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones, Monica Lewinsky, and others, nor directed the smearing and defaming of these female victims.

Her representation of the rapist of the 12-year-old girl, and her representation of Bubba, shows that Hillary will do anything to win.  She cares about winning more than she cares about the welfare of children and women, especially the victims of rape and sexual assault.

There is a tape of Hillary laughing while discussing how she defended in 1975 a 41-year-old man who raped a 12-year-old girl by getting a rape charge reduced to fondling a minor.  The rapist wanted a female attorney.  Hillary was running a legal aid clinic at the University of Arkansas.  The court appointed Hillary from a list of six female attorneys.

On the tape, Hillary laughs while discussing the evidence and her tactics.

While a court-appointed attorney must represent a client to the best of her ability, an attorney can refuse the appointment unless there is no other capable attorney to represent the rapist.  Hillary could have refused, but she did not.  She could have filed a Motion to Withdraw as counsel if she did not want to represent a rapist of a 12-year-old girl.  I am sure there were other lawyers, such as the public defender, and the records show that there were six female attorneys from the list.  Even if the rapist wanted a female attorney, there is no constitutional right to demand that a rapist be represented by a woman.

I am not criticizing Hillary for representing a rapist, but if she believes so strongly in the welfare of children and women, as she constantly tells us, then why accept an appointment to defend the rapist of 12-year-old girl?  And why laugh while discussing how you got a rape charge reduced to fondling a minor?

This is relevant because Hillary is trying to destroy Donald Trump by accusing him of being a sexist and a misogynist and using his language toward Rosie O'Donnell as evidence of her charges.  This is the politics of personal destruction.

If Hillary really believed what she says about fighting for the welfare of children and women, she would have refused the appointment.  At the very least, she should have discussed the case seriously, not laughing, in which a 12-year-old girl was raped.

Further, she would never have tried to cover Bubba's rape of Juanita Broaddrick, nor directed the cover-up of the sexual assaults on Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones, Monica Lewinsky, and others, nor directed the smearing and defaming of these female victims.

Her representation of the rapist of the 12-year-old girl, and her representation of Bubba, shows that Hillary will do anything to win.  She cares about winning more than she cares about the welfare of children and women, especially the victims of rape and sexual assault.