Carrie Sheffield brought up Hillary Clinton “victim shaming” during a recent appearance on CNN Newsroom With Brooke Baldwin and her fellow panelists were simply not happy about that.
She stated: “it was case after case after case, and Hillary Clinton, she victim shamed. You want to talk about listening to women? She called Monica Lewinsky who was an intern at the time…”
They just couldn’t seem to focus but it’s typical liberal deflection. Focus on a conservatives past, but not a Democrat.
I mean they STILL talk about the “locker room talk” conducted by Donald Trump 10 years ago! We’re not supposed to forget that but apparently, according to several sources, we need to move on from Bill Clinton’s actions. And in some cases, Dems are arguing for us to pay no attention to the Al Franken incident all the while leaving Roy Moore out to dry.
Again, typical liberal deflection. I’m proud to say, at least, that for the most part Roy Moore hasn’t been given a free by conservatives. I know many on that side of the isle are willing to listen and hang true to “innocent until proven guilty” and that’s how it should be.
Meanwhile you have these liberals who are literally caught red-handed, and in some cases saying that they are indeed guilty, and the MSM seemingly wants to sweep it under the freaking rug!
SHEFFIELD: Yes, absolutely, because this goes beyond just Monica. This goes to the $850,000 that Bill Clinton paid to Paula Jones to first sexual harassment. She only asked for 700,000 but she got $850,000 from Bill Clinton. That was payola. He didn’t admit guilt, but why would you pay $850,000 unless you were doing something wrong.
And this was not just her. It was case after case after case. And Hillary Clinton, she — victim shamed. You want to talk about listening to women. She called Monica Lewandowsky, who was an intern at the time —
MAXWELL: Oh, (INAUDIBLE), blaming the women for the men’s behavior. It is not fair to do that. And — it is not fair to do that.
SHEFFIELD: Absolute. No. But I — no, I believe you should listen to the women.
MAXWELL: Yes. Yes. Yes, you should, but blaming — bring up Hillary Clinton in a conversation about Bill Clinton’s behavior is not appropriate.
SHEFFIELD: This is what Trump said. Trump won because Hillary Clinton didn’t listen (ph).
MAXWELL: I think we should focus on the men’s choices and the men’s behavior.
MAXWELL: And all men need to reflect upon their behavior, not just famous ones and not just politicians.
SHEFFIELD: No, but — no, but this is a culture —
MAXWELL: This is a cultural problem, not something that we should just put all on Hillary Clinton’s shoulders.
SHEFFIELD: It is a cultural problem. I’m not putting it all on her shoulders.
Maxwell responded, “Yes, you should, but blaming Hillary Clinton in a conversation about Bill Clinton’s behavior is not appropriate. We should focus on the men’s choices and the men’s behavior, and all men need to reflect upon their behavior, not just famous ones and not just politicians. This is a cultural problem not something that we should just put on Hillary Clinton’s shoulders. She lost to Trump, the guy on tape confessing to assault…”
Sheffield responded, “Okay, Hillary Clinton went after Lewinsky, called her a bimbo…”
Guest Sara Azari defended Bill Clinton saying, “The Monica Lewinsky sex scandal was of an affair with somebody that was of age.”