The cartoon below brutally sums up the hypocrisy of the Clinton’s when it comes to the #metoo movement and almost everything else.
While the cartoon only shows former President Bill Clinton, the hypocrisy equally applies to Hillary and Chelsea as well.
Does that about sum it up?
In fact Bill Clinton is doubling down on his #metoo hypocrisy:
The Federalist Papers report,
Former President Bill Clinton on Thursday played down the sexual harassment charges against former Sen. Al Franken (D., Minn.), charges that drove him out of office in January.
PBS’s Judy Woodruff mentioned to Clinton that Franken’s ouster from the Senate showed that political norms are changing, and she asked him if that was a good thing.
“Well, in general, I think it’s a good thing. Yes,” Clinton responded.
He said perpetrators don’t have to physically assault somebody to make them uncomfortable at work and said recognizing that fact is good.
Clinton didn’t see the Franken case, however, as being clear-cut.
“I think that — I will be honest — the Franken case, for me, was a difficult case, a hard case,” he said.
As we all know the Clinton’s are one of the most corrupt political families in modern American politics.
Every day, more and more evidence of their corruption becomes public:
Nevada’s Democratic Party could be pulled into a federal lawsuit that alleges the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee illegally funneled millions to state parties that sent the money back to the DNC to support Clinton.
The scheme was designed to circumvent campaign contribution limits, said Dan Backer, a Virginia campaign finance attorney who filed the lawsuit. Backer represents the Committee to Defend the President, a pro-Donald Trump political action committee that first filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission in December.
“You had individuals giving $300,000,” Backer said Friday. “They’re not doing it because they care about Nevada’s or Arkansas’ state party. They’re doing it to curry favor with and buy influence with Hillary Clinton.”
Backer said the FEC failed to take action before a required deadline, prompting the lawsuit. Up to 40 state parties could be involved in $84 million worth of money transfers, Backer said.
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