Lying Hillary Verbally Attacks The President And You Are NEVER Going To Believe Why [Video]


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It’s a bit insane or I don’t know maybe par for the course for liberals, that they want to keep their pasts in the there but when it comes to President Donald Trump and his “locker room talk” a decade or more ago it must be fair game.

In the video at the bottom of the post we see Hillary Clinton mention the “scandal” of her husband in the 90’s but how that’s “in the past” — so Trump’s “locker room talk” isn’t? You hypocrite.

“Well, yes, because that had all been litigated,” Hillary replied without missing a beat. She continued, “I mean that was the subject of a huge investigation as you might recall in the late 90s and there were conclusions drawn and that was clearly in the past.”

As reported by John Sexton for Hot Air:

Hold on a moment, did she just say that had been litigated as if a) all of this was settled in a court and b) Bill was exonerated? In fact, Paula Jones’ claim did go to court and Bill Clinton eventually settled out of court for $850,000. Hmmm, a settlement paid to an accuser in which the accused admits to no wrongdoing. Why does this sound so familiar? The judge in that case also held Bill in contempt saying his deposition in the case was “intentionally false.” She referred him to the Arkansas bar which later pulled his license. So yes, that accusation was litigated but not in a way that looks good for Bill Clinton.

As for the other accusations, Willey’s accusation, that she was groped in the White House by Bill, was undercut by a lie she told the FBI about a relationship with a boyfriend. A judge ruled in 2000 that Bill Clinton violated the Privacy Act in 1998 by releasing letters written by Willey one day after she appeared on 60 Minutes to level the accusation against Clinton.

Finally, the credible accusation of rape made by Juanita Broaddrick has never been litigated but stories published last year made the case that her claims appear plausible. When lawyers for Paula Jones came to her door in 1997, Broaddrick refused to talk to them about the assault but did tell them, “You can’t get to him, and I’m not going to ruin my good name to do it.”

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