Hillary and her media allies throw rape victims under the bus
Now that Hillary Clinton needs to keep the media focus on naughty words of a decade ago, and away from the women her husband sexually assaulted, rape victims have lost their protected status. It's good-bye to "right to be believed" and hello again to sut-shaming.
Down the Memory Hole hoes Hillary’s former claim that “rape victims have a right to be believed. Chuck Ross of the Daily Caller:
Hillary Clinton’s campaign website was edited in recent months to remove a statement supporting rape victims’ “right to be believed” after an Arkansas woman resurfaced earlier this year to accuse Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978.
“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,” Clinton’s website once read, according to the website Buzzfeed in a profile of Bill Clinton’s rape accuser, Juanita Broaddrick.
Clinton made the supportive statement in a video that her campaign posted online in September.
The compliant leftists masquerading as feminists are recapitulating their disgrace of the impeachment era, and giving Hillary and her brutish husband a pass, all in the name of late term abortion. And the media branch of the Democratic Party has gotten the message. It’s the return of slut-shaming for Clinton accusers, courtesy of the ladies of The View. It turns out that a lot of those accusers are “tramps.”