It is unfortunate for Bill Cosby that he has not been supported in his years of deviance by a defiantly loyal wife, by a wife who stood ruthlessly by her man.Quite possibly his long string of accusers would not have gotten their day in court, if they had had to confront an angry Mrs. Cosby. Perhaps that is the difference between Bill Cosby’s string of accusers and Bill Clinton’s. Clinton had at the ready Hillary.
The American Spectator has left the stories of many of our investigations of the Clintons unreported, but there is one I can publish now. One morning after Bill took liberties with an unwilling Arkansas woman the woman received a call. It was from Hillary, who inquired anxiously, “Is there anything I can do for you after last night?” That call was anxious but friendly.
Other stories are, or should be, well known. After Bill’s rapacious assault on Juanita Broaddrick, Hillary was more menacing. At a campaign event for Bill she accosted Broaddrick, grabbing her hand and saying: “I am so happy to meet you. I want you to know that we appreciate everything you do for Bill.” And squeezing Broaddrick’s hand Hillary repeated: “Everything you do for Bill.”
Donald Trump’s counterattack upon Hillary Clinton’s exploitation of the sex card has been a long time coming. But apparently there is today an audience for it. It is made up of millennial women who knew nothing about Hillary’s employment of private investigators to surveil Bill’s quarry and otherwise intimidate women who had been the target of his libidinous impulses. Apparently today women are not as tolerant as they were in years past.
Hillary always had a willing cadre of fellow enablers, from the Arkansan Betsey Wright to her Washington insider, Sidney Blumenthal. Betsey and Hillary worked on abused women down in Arkansas: Jennifer Flowers, Connie Hamzy, Paula Jones, the aforementioned Broaddrick, and many many more. Blumenthal worked with Hillary in Washington: on Kathleen Willey, on Monica Lewinsky — Blumenthal called her a “stalker.” There were many others.
Carl Bernstein writes in his book, The Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton, “There could be no question that Hillary was Bill’s fiercest defender in preventing his other women from creating trouble.” And he goes on, “She never doubted that if the women, and the enemies who used them, succeeded or became too visible and credible, the whole edifice could come down…”
Dick Morris, Clinton’s former aide, adds: “… [Hillary] hired this fleet of detectives to go around examining all the women who had been identified with Clinton. Not for the purpose of divorcing Clinton. Not for the purpose of getting him to stop, but for the purpose of developing blackmail material on these women to cow them into silence that had a Nixonian quality.” Come on, Dick, lay off of Nixon, and Donald keep up the good work.
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