Hillary doesn’t like it when women are called names, unless she’s the one doing it.
It was Hillary who deemed Monica Lewinsky a “narcissistic loony toon”.
Hillary doesn’t like it when a woman claiming to be a sexual assault victim is treated with skepticism, unless she’s the one doing it.
Hillary’s message to sexual assault victims was, “You have the right to be believed.”
But Hillary refused to extend that right to Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick and eight other women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault or harassment.
As a sentinel for the Left, Hillary’s standard changes when the target of the accusations does.
As for those on the center-right who inexplicably accept the Left’s premise that personal character can be separated from public responsibility and suggest we leave
Bill Clinton’s so-called “indiscretions” in the past, please consider connecting the dots to the present.
The issue is thus: Hillary’s behavior toward women in response to Bill’s behavior toward women against the standard she advocates for behavior toward women.
At best, Hillary was an accessory after the fact to Bill’s boorish and perhaps criminal treatment of women.
If you don’t acknowledge this to be a relevant issue then so are you.