Hillary Bashes Trump, Moore Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Demands “Accountability”

Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion | 11/18/2017 | Fuzzy Slippers
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Earlier this week, Professor Jacobson noted that Hillary Clinton still very much wants to be president and thinks she was robbed last November. There is little doubt this is true. However, between her ridiculous book What Happened and bizarre pretense that allegations against her husband for sexual indiscretion, including rape, never happened, she highlights, even doubles down on, some of the main problems of her failed presidential campaign.

Many of us were dumbfounded in 2015 when Hillary tweeted the following:

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Even the left was left cringing and puzzled: via Buzzfeed, “Juanita Broaddrick wants to be believed.” The backlash from her own party was so intense that the Hillary campaign took the statement off her campaign website.

That was two short years ago, and Hillary has apparently forgotten the incident, a remarkable feat in the current Harvey Weinstein atmosphere.

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In a radio interview with WABC Radio’s Rita Cosby, Hillary says with seeming outrage, “we have a man who is accused of sexual assault sitting in the Oval Office.” She further notes that we need to see some “accountability” from both Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) and President Trump.

WABC Radio reports:

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The former Secretary of State, who is on tour for her new book “What Happened,” blasted Alabama GOP Senate Nominee Roy Moore and President Trump, lumping them together, and saying there is a big difference between those two and allegations surrounding their sexual behavior versus Democratic Senator Al Franken. She says Franken’s apology for his inappropriate behavior and his willingness for a Congressional ethics investigation into that “is the kind of accountability I’m talking about. I don’t hear that from Roy Moore or Donald Trump… Look at the contrast between Al Franken, accepting responsibility, apologizing, and Roy Moore and Donald Trump who have done neither.”

Secretary Clinton says President Trump “has disgraced the office.” When...
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