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A video has surfaced of Hillary clinton on a December 3 New Hampshire campaign stop that illustrates the inherent misandry and anti-male, pro-female bias that exists in our political system. Clinton was asked the following by a woman in the audience:
“Secretary Clinton, you recently came out to say that all rape victims should be believed. But would you say that about Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones? Should we believe them as well?”
“Well, I would say that everybody should be believed at first until they are disbelieved based on evidence,”
the entire exchange can be viewed here:
The question and Hillary’s answer is significant for a few reasons, first and most importantly, her answer indicates that those standing accused of rape should have a burden of proof placed on them that assumes their guilt, to Hillary rape is a crime we can’t afford to take chances on, even if it means imprisoning innocents, her answer is framed in a politically correct way but the ramifications of the language leave clear implications.
If women are believed to be automatically incapable of lying about rape, then the men they accuse of raping them will be assumed to be automatically guilty as a result of this standard. Clinton states that all rape victims should be believed, assuming that every accuser is a victim of the crime. The second reason this is significant has to do with the sordid history of her husband, president Bill Clinton, a man who seems to have a weakness for the ladies, and who has been accused (falsely in my opinion) on more than one occasion of sexual misconduct and rape.
Paula Jones sued clinton claiming sexual harassment during his first presidential term, and Broaddrick accused him of rape in 1999, neither of these accusations led to a conviction, however under Hillary’s legal standard her own husband would have been unfairly deprived of due process and convicted of crimes a court of law has, up until this point, failed to prove he committed.