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  • Norman Young

Female Accusers Must Be Believed?

Democrats like to talk about a lot about "progress," but on some issues, their position can seem regressive. In 2015, speaking about women who accuse men of sexual misconduct, Hillary Clinton opined:

"I think that when someone makes the claim, they come forward, they should be believed and that is what starts the process and then there is a determination as to what if anything should be done about the claim that was made."

Conservative heads exploded. How could she possibly lecture others about believing female victims? Hillary was already on record slandering Juanita Broaddrick, Gennifer Flowers, and a handful of other accusers of Bill Clinton, calling them "trailer trash," "failed cabaret singer," or simply "bimbo." Hillary Clinton's hypocrisy became the focus of conservative analysis, and few addressed the nefarious nature of the position she was espousing.