Allowing the people to choose its leaders by voting for them was supposed to protect us from leaders who would corrupt us or prey on us. But all too often we choose a leader who’s only just come along, seems like a good idea at the time, and turns out to be as dirty as they come.
The “Everybody Does It” defense is unworthy of adults–but boy, did we hear it a lot, during Bill Clinton’s presidency! And it wasn’t true! People insisted that it was, but they were wrong–and it was really quite easy to show them they were wrong.
We are now asked to believe that the Bimbo Eruption Party, aka Democrats, has completely changed its spots and has become the party of absolutely defending all women against harassment and victimization by powerful men. Do you believe that? I don’t.
If you’re not old enough to remember “bimbo eruptions,” this is what Team Clinton called it when women complained about Billy-boy preying on them sexually. Worst Lady Hillary led a squad of slimeballs whose job it was to slime those women. You could look it up.
If you can’t assassinate your political opponent, assassinate his character. Not only do you avoid being charged with murder; you may also win an election. All it takes is a raft of unsubstantiated accusations of sexual misconduct, and the nooze media piling on the hapless defendant 24/7. The charges don’t have to be true. How does the guy prove that something never happened?
Sexual harassment is real. It’s one of those things that happens in a fallen world. It is sin. But what we’re going to see happen very soon–well, it’s happening already–is the political weaponization of sexual harassment charges. And besides destroying the lives and careers of men who may well be innocent, it will eventually lead to such charges being viewed with cynicism, boredom, or just being ignored. Which will make it easier to perform acts of sexual harassment.
With Judge Roy Moore now out of the way, President Donald Trump will be the next target. It would seem incredible that the party of Bill Clinton should have the gall to accuse anyone of sexual harassment–but as long as it can win elections for them, they’ll keep on doing it.
Immoral people behave immorally. Our political class has, for years, portrayed Christian morality as old-fashioned, oppressive, mean, and wrong. In this they have been outdone by our entertainment industry, nooze media, and public educators.
Ms. Dunham spoke of herself as a victim of sexual assault–that’s the rape that never happened–and hailed Hillary Clinton as the great supporter and champion of “my fellow sexual assault survivors.”
Yay, hooray. Did she not know that sitting right there in the audience was Bill Clinton, Mr. Hillary, the king of sexual harassment and assault? If the pagans had a god of sexual harassment, it’d be him. Did she not know–and how in the world couldn’t she?–that Hillary Clinton directed the campaign to smear, discredit, and malign her husband’s victims?
This is hypocrisy of a very high order. Or maybe it’s just insanity. But describing Hillary “Careless” Clinton as a protector of women who have suffered sexual assault is like calling a stork the protector of the minnows.
Oh, and of course Ms. Dunham hailed Careless as the guarantor of “the American promise”–the American Dream is over, so now we have to settle for a promise–which she defined as not “transphobia, Islamophobia, xenophobia, and systemic racism.”
Do you really, truly want these people running your government? Will your conscience let you live with that?
We have finally gone beyond just plain wacko politics, and entered a realm of monsters.