In a dramatic move that demonstrates the role conservative media now has in countering liberal attacks, Fox’s Sean Hannity has come up with a brilliant countermove.
In response to the announced intention of Herman Cain accuser Karen Kraushaar to organize a press conference attended by the women making charges against of inappropriate behavior — or worse (Kraushaar has now called Cain a “monster”) — Hannity said on his radio show he would invite the women who accused then-President Bill Clinton of graphic sexual misbehavior onto his Fox television show.
If arranged, this would include:
• Juanita Broaddrick, who accused then-Arkansas Attorney General Clinton of rape
• Paula Jones, who accused then-Governor Bill Clinton of exposing himself and asking Jones, a state employee, to “kiss it.”
• Kathleen Willey, who accused then-President Clinton of groping her in the Oval Office.
• Gennifer Flowers, who accused then-presidential candidate Bill Clinton of having an affair with her and who also taped some of the conversations.
If it were to air it would be riveting television.
A dramatic television shoot-out that illustrates exactly how the left-wing ignores or assassinates the character of women who accuse a liberal white man of sexual harassment — while relentlessly performing high-tech lynchings of any conservative black man who strays from the liberal plantation. The high tech lynchings being the modern equivalent of the literal lynchings of black men who had dared to associate with white women, a practice of the American left that horrified Republicans condemned as long ago as the 1924 GOP platform:
We urge the Congress to enact at the earliest possible date a federal anti-lynching law so that the full influence of the federal government may be wielded to exterminate this hideous crime.
The Democrats vigorously opposed this idea. And their convention that year? Yes indeed. It was run by the Ku Klux Klan.