Why do women's groups treat Bill Clinton and Donald Trump differently? https://t.co/Gi3H5uiV1V— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) October 15, 2016
Groups that advocate for women’s rights are lashing out at Donald Trump for allegations of groping women and bragging about sexual assaults.
But some of those same groups did not think former President Bill Clinton’s allegations of sexual misconduct nearly two decades ago were disqualifying in the same way.
...At least three women – Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey – accused Clinton of unwanted sexual advances. Another five, including White House intern Monica Lewinsky, said they had had consensual affairs with him. Clinton was impeached on charges of lying about the Lewinsky affair before a grand jury and of obstruction of justice, but was acquitted and served his full presidential term.
Women’s groups largely stayed supportive.
“Feminists have, all along, muffled, disguised, excused and denied the worst aspects of the president’s behavior with women,” said a lengthy Vanity Fair article from 1998.
“Feminism sort of died in that period,” New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd told Yahoo recently. “Because the feminists had to come along with Bill Clinton’s retrogressive behavior with women in order to protect the progressive policies for women that Bill Clinton had as president.” ...
The View's Joy Behar calls Bill Clinton's rape victims "tramps," liberal audience laughs.— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) October 10, 2016
But they really care about women. pic.twitter.com/pxZ02YMWPO
This is a disaster for the MSM!!!— CNN Is Hitler (@NolteNC) October 15, 2016
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