sábado, julio 30, 2016

Video. Otra horrible historia del pasado Hillary Clinton cuando era abogada defensora y para defender a un adulto violador de una niña de 12 años culpó a la niña de provocar y sonsacar a su defendido. Se muestra el audio en que Hillary se rie

Pro-Hillary CNN Panel Embarrassed By Old Truth From Hillary Clinton’s Anti-Women Past

Published on May 10, 2016

Video Transcript:

While discussing who would win the women's vote, a Trump supporter brought up a horrific story from Hillary Clinton's past.

KAYLEIGH MCENANY: Newsday reported on a 1975 rape case in which Hillary Clinton blamed the victim. 101 when you're dealing with rape cases - don't blame the victim. She blamed a 12-year-old girl, a sixth grade, 12-year-old girl of seeking the attention of older men and fantasizing about being with older men. There's audio…

ANDERSON COOPER: We haven't corroborated any of this, so I just think you should be very…

MCENANY: It's widely reported. It's widely reported.

COOPER: Widely reported? So is the National Enquirer widely reported. Widely reported doesn't mean anything. Not on this network, I would point out.

MCENANY: OK, well there's an audiotape where Hillary Clinton laughs about the defendant in this case.

HILLARY CLINTON: He took a lie detector test! I had him take a polygraph, which he passed, which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs.

ROY REED: How did it turn out?

CLINTON: Oh he plea bargained! Got him off with time served in the county jail. He'd been in the country jail about two months.

MCENANY: So she has a long history - not with respect to her personal life, but with respect to her legal work - of demonizing sexual assault victims. Women will not like this, it's going to be put in an ad and Hillary Clinton is going to suffer for that.

CNN tried to save face and challenge the validity of her comments.

ANGELA RYE: As an attorney, I am really just flabbergasted by some of the allegations that we're just tossing out here. We have to be accountable.

MCENANY: Listen to the audio!

MARY CATHERINE HAM: Hold on! Kayleigh is right about the audio. The audio was broken by the [Washington] Free Beacon more than a year ago. It was from the Clinton library, it was dug up by a reporter there so there is actual evidence here of her speaking about this.

RYE: The full breadth and depth of what's been said tonight though, is not. So what I'm saying to you is that I think that we still have to be careful with our words. And I think that we can still run great election coverage and have a great debate on real tangible issues.

"Careful with our words?" You mean change the subject? Are Hillary's actions from the rape case as well as her involvement in Bill Clinton's rape allegations damning to her character as a potential president?