Which women deserve to be believed?
Hat tip Washington Free Beacon
Hillary Clinton cemented her claim to 2015's Golden Penguin award as Fousesquawk's Jerk of the Year when she recently said that victims of sexual assault deserved to be believed and supported. True enough for true victims, but does that also pertain to Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones and Juanita Broaderick, who all claimed to have been victims of Bill Clinton's unwanted sexual advances?
As to Hillary's response to a pointed question about women whose charges turned out to be true, I would throw in the names of Monica Lewinsky and Jennifer Flowers. Both Bill and Hillary Clinton denied the statements of those women (regarding consensual affairs) until they were proven true. In Clinton's own interview while First Lady of Arkansas, she admitted she believed the claims of a rape victim in a case in which she defended the perpetrator.
Mrs Clinton should avoid the topic of victimized women altogether lest she be reminded of who she is married to.