Some days, when one considers just how close we came to having the Clintons back in the White House, getting down on the knees and thanking the Almighty that it didn’t happen is an actual possibility.
Following the Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh confirmation kerfluffle, when a man with a spotless reputation was accused of a sexual crime, and the concept that men taking advantage of women is a sort of a power trip was floated to add to the feminist lexicon, many Americans pointed out the sheer hypocrisy of Democrats objecting to what amounted to an alleged teenage grope session when Bill Clinton was known to have had an affair with a much younger intern when he was president.
Was this an abuse of power, an older man taking advantage of a younger woman? Clinton’s other half, Hillary of the many titles, says no.
“It wasn’t an abuse of power?” CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil asked.
Clinton responded: “No. No.”
Hillary Clinton, who went on to be elected to the Senate and served as President Obama’s secretary of state, said the relationship was not an abuse of power because Lewinsky “was an adult.” At the time of the affair, Lewinsky was 22.
Apparently, being President of the United States, arguably the most powerful government position in the world, would have had absolutely nothing to do with a young woman looking for a sugar daddy finding a willing mark.
Wow. Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt.
Hillary Clinton ultimately brought the topic of conversation to President Trump.
“But let me ask you this: Where’s the investigation of the current incumbent, against whom numerous allegations have been made, and which he dismisses, denies, and ridicules?” she said. “So, there was an investigation [of Bill], and it, as I believe, came out in the right place.”
Hillary and the rest of the liberal contingent of American politics do not want to admit it, but none of the accusations against President Trump have been verified. Many have been against Bill Clinton. And most of those women are still waiting for justice.