Hillary Clinton leaped into the fight over Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
But she was forced to answer some difficult questions.
And that led her to say something about a Bill Clinton sex scandal that no one expected.
Hillary Clinton Attacks Judge Kavanaugh
Hillary Clinton raced to offer her support to Christine Ford who is the woman claiming Kavanaugh tried to rape her in high school.
Her story is full of holes and she is refusing to testify.
Many Americans believe she is lying.
But Hillary doesn’t care about that.
She only cares about keeping abortion legal.
And the left believes Kavanaugh could be the fifth vote to do away with Roe v. Wade.
So Hillary claimed Ford deserved the benefit of the doubt.
Hillary Asked Tough Questions about Bill Clinton
Americans could not believe what they heard.
Hillary led the attacks on the women who accused Bill Clinton of rape and sexual assault.
Surprisingly, Rachel Maddow pressed her on this point in an MSNBC interview.
She asked Clinton about the rights of both the accuser and the accused.
Maddow pointed out that Bill Clinton whined that he did not have due process to defend himself from some of the older accusations.
She pressed Clinton on whether that applied to Kavanaugh.
Hillary dodged the question.
She never mentioned Bill or the double standard at play.
Instead, she voiced her support for Ford.
Hillary’s Response Disgusts Many Americans
Clinton began, “Well, I think that you have to take each of these situations sort of on their own merits, and what we have today is a process that has been rushed, that has been deliberately opaque where information that the Congress, not just Democratic senators, but all senators and the public deserve to see that they were denied.”
“So there has to be a set of standards. And, yes, there should be due process for everyone involved. And I think that’s what Dr. Ford is asking for. She is asking for due process. She’s asking that there be an investigation. You know, at the end of the investigation, she might very well decide not to pursue her willingness to testify. She might say, well, you know, there’s no way to ever prove it. Who knows what she might decide,” she continued.
Clinton concluded, “On the other hand, the person she’s accusing might decide well, wait a minute, my memory is faulty, or I don’t remember that, and now there is evidence for it. We don’t know because there has been no decision to give due process on either side. And that’s why I think the White House should ask that the FBI reopen the background check.”
Hillary Clinton has a lot to answer for.
She cannot get away with dancing and dodging questions about Bill Clinton’s sexual misconduct.
If she claims Ford should get the benefit of the doubt, then she needs to explain why she never gave it to the women who accused her husband.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.