Hillary Clinton Says Sex Claims Against Husband Bill Clinton are NOT like the Kavanaugh Confirmation Ones (VIDEO)
ACTUALLY HILLARY IS CORRECT, BECAUSE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST BILL CLINTON WERE TRUE …
SERIOUSLY HILLARY? Even Democrats wish she would just go away. Once again Hillary Clinton, the thing that just won’t go away, stated that she rejected the idea that accusations against her husband, former President Bill “Slick Willy” Clinton, were like anything compared to the sexual misconduct allegations against new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh or President Donald Trump. Believe it or not Hillary might have a point. The accusations are different, former Clinton was impeached for lying under oath, he also did have sex with that intern Monica Lewinsky, Bill Clinton settled a lawsuit with Paula Jones for $850,000. And let us not forget how Hillary Clinton enabled her husband and how Hillary treated Bill Clinton’s female accusers, the so-called bimbo eruption. Bill Clinton had a pattern of inappropriate behavior with women forever. From his days in Arkansas to the Oval Office, and oh yeah college too? But I thought we were supposed to always believe the women? Then there is one huge difference Hillary … the cigar. Only your husband used a cigar on a 20 year old intern as a sex object. (Mic drop!)
Bill Clinton was impeached in 1998, following revelations of his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. However, he was not convicted by the Senate and removed. He gave a deposition as president in the Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit. One would think that Democrats would learn from this as back then, Republicans overplayed their hand and Clinton was reelected.
Hillary Clinton is firmly rejecting the idea that accusations against her husband are anything like the sexual misconduct allegations against new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh or President Donald Trump.
The former secretary of state, who is joining with her husband for a joint speaking tour where tickets are going for up to $700 each, referenced independent counsel Kenneth Starr’s investigation during the 1990s that led to impeachment.
She called it an ‘intense’ and ‘partisan probe’ that distinguished it from allegations against Trump and Kavanaugh, who sat as the newest Supreme Court justice Tuesday after weathering sexual assault allegations from high school and college.
Watch the reaction on Bill Clinton’s face when asked about the cigar.