Bimbo Erupts

Hillary Clinton’s above the law self-privileging is breathtaking, even for a Democrat. She suffers from the delusion that because her husband was a genial, accomplished liar that the skill rubbed off on her. She’s also sure she’s immune to the charge of misogyny (which she would attach to anyone else behaving as did her husband) because of her sex.

Mrs. Bill can’t acknowledge Mr. Bill’s deeds, because without Mr. Bill she would have had no political career whatsoever. Might explain her bitterness and that of her handmaids.

Her nth wave Feminist supporters suffer from a similar megalomaniacal pursuit of their own (as they would put it) “privilege.” This privilege demands the destruction of any male, or white female, who disagrees in the slightest detail with THE ONLY ACCEPTABLE identity-political views, while steadfastly protecting those who who violate Feminist core values when those political views are shared. Harvey Weinstein, about whose, uh… peccadillos the Senior Harpies all knew, may not be the worst example. But, he’s the one we’ve got.

To be clear, Hillary Clinton isn’t responsible for her husband’s long history of sexual predation. She is, however, responsible for denigrating the victims of each and every occurrence; simultaneously proclaiming Bill’s vices as virtues while insulting those who question her “narrative.” She just can’t bring herself to “put some ice” on her wounded sense of entitlement.

Bill Clinton’s Sexual Assault Allegations Are ‘Different’, Hillary Says
Read the whole thing.
Emphasis in original.

The numerous allegations of sexual harassment levied against him mean President Trump is a reprehensible monster, according to Hillary Clinton, but when it comes to similar claims made about her husband, former President Bill Clinton, it’s a different story

The difference-maker, according to Clinton, is the fact that the allegations facing her husband were thoroughly investigated by a federal prosecutor

“Well, there’s a very significant difference and that is the intense, long-lasting, partisan investigation that was conducted in the 90s,” Clinton said. “If the Republicans, starting with President Trump on down want a comparison, they should welcome such an investigation themselves.”

I dare say Justice Kavanaugh was more intensely, and with more partisan vitriol, investigated than Slick Willy, much more thoroughly investigated than her former boss, Barack Obama, and for a shorter time than the Mueller fiasco – which she initiated to cover up the DNC’s collusion with the FBI and foreign intelligence agencies.

IIRC, the claims against Trump all involve consensual activities, all of which occurred when he was neither Attorney General/ Governor of Arkansas, nor President of the United States. Since Kavanaugh was accused of far worse, my conclusion is that there’s nothing out there about Trump even as (un)believable as Julie Swetnik’s rape gang story.

Is there any doubt the #Resistance hysteria volume would ramp up to 11 if Trump was proved to have had oral sex with an intern in the Oval Office, and was disbarred for lying to a grand jury? There is, of course, no doubt the hysterics still defend Bill Clinton – of whom both are true. And that’s the real difference.

I’d like to see Bill’s yearbooks, one of which has a “dampstain” on page two. Hillary’s would be interesting only because those were her “Goldwater Girl” days. That should be disqualifying now, for any office, according to the Kavanaughts.

Exercises in authoritarianism

Donald Trump’s unfortunate, if entirely unsurprising recommendation, “Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything you want,” has attracted a by now standard defense from his supporters: “Bill and Hillary are worse.”

However, Trump’s comment must be generalized beyond simply promoting sexual assault: He thinks of women as property.

In that, he is equal to Bill and Mrs. Bill. The difference is that they comfortably understand their ownership extends to everyone, and they should avoid bragging about it. Because Trump is a slow to learn political novice, he hasn’t thought about that yet.

But he will.

Profiles in Mendacity

You know, if Hillary wasn’t such a well established liar, people would believe pneumonia. As it is, “political crisis” is an apt description.

It would be ironic if she’s telling the truth on this, but her history of coverups costs her the election.

She was diagnosed on Friday, but kept it secret. Bet she regrets that decision.

Starting to appear as if a vote for Hillary is a vote for Kaine

I have avoided comment on Hillary’s supposed health issues because the evidence is very thin she has anything seriously wrong. However, added to her general behavior and other recent reports, this is disturbing.

Mrs. Bill leaves the WTC ceremony early and in distress:

MORE ON #HILLARY per witness: “unexpected early departure”; she stumbled off curb, “knees buckled”, lost a shoe as she was helped into van
— RickLeventhalFoxNews (@RickLeventhal) September 11, 2016

Transparency, as always:

From NBC Clinton pool report: “We are being kept completely in the dark.”
— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) September 11, 2016

Really, Todd, you’re just figuring that out?

The horns of a dilemma

In the last week Donald Trump:

  • came out for the health care mandate 
  • defended planned parenthood 
  • blamed GW Bush for 9/11 
  • stood by the idea of impeaching GWB
  • had a spat with the Pope
  • called for our military to dip ammo in pig’s blood
  • urged a boycott of Apple

Add to that his enthusiastic support for corporatist misuse of eminent domain, saying he’ll order our military to kill the families of terrorists, threatening a trade war with China, insulting war heroes, urging his supporters to “punch out” protestors, a clear misogynist history and saying the “F” word at a televised rally.

That’s a partial list.

This is a man whose entire policy portfolio consists of the words “terrific,” “tremendous,” “great” and “wonderful” (often punctuated with “very, very” or “really, really”) jammed in front of whatever policy word he’s supposedly explaining. Then he repeats it at least 3 times between self-interruptions describing how Big his Rallies are, or his Lead in the Polls.

33% of those who voted in last night’s SC Republican primary want this man to be president.

So. We’re looking as if we might have a forced choice between a less articulate reincarnation of P. T. Barnum and the lying grifter who literally claims her biggest qualification is what’s between her legs. Unsurprisingly, these 2 are contesting for the lowest favorability rating in either party.

I think Mrs. Bill has the upper hand. When the Dems are finished with their micro-targeted anti-Trump social media videos, it will result in a landslide loss for the GOP.

Not that it would make a huge difference to citizens. Either way we get big government and big spending and paternalistic federal intervention characterized by crony capitalism. Our choice is Brownshirts or Blackshirts.

“Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.”
-H. L. Mencken

Yep.

Mr. Bill: Sander’s supporters sexist

They threatened to deploy cigars.

People who have gone online to defend Hillary, to explain why they supported her, have been subject to vicious trolling and attacks that are literally too profane often, not to mention sexist, to repeat.

Bill Clinton unloads on Bernie Sanders ahead of crucial New Hampshire primary

NOT The Onion.

Real women know their place

“When you’re young, you’re thinking, “Where are the boys? The boys are with Bernie.”
-Feminist superhero Gloria Steinem, on why young women aren’t flocking to Mrs. Bill.

I see a bumper sticker: Horny co-eds for Bernie!

“And just remember — there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other.”
-Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, at a Mrs. Bill’s campaign event.

Ms. Albright should know.

“Sen. Sanders is the only person who I think would characterize me, a woman running to be the first woman president, as exemplifying the establishment.”
-Mrs. Bill on why she can’t possibly be “establishment:” Because she has a vagina.

Mrs. Bill? Bernie is far from the only one, or Gloria Steinem wouldn’t have been sticking her foot in her mouth up to the knee.

“Sometimes when a woman speaks out, some people think it’s shouting.”
-Mrs. Bill on her calm demeanor involving gun control.

Sometimes, when a woman screeches for years on a topic, she calls it speaking out.

“Bernie is building a movement, we’re told (with little evidence of lasting organization, by the way), but it’s a movement whose loudest advocates are entitled young men who heap the vilest abuse on women who don’t deign to join it.”
-Joan Walsh, writing at The Nation in Jan 2016

It’s a movement lasting a bit too long for Mrs. Bill’s comfort.

“First of all, Clinton only won the women’s vote narrowly in 2008, besting Barack Obama by just 2 percent…

The drop in Clinton’s support among women also makes sense given that we know women don’t merely support female candidates just because they’re women.”
-Joan Walsh (same one), writing at Salon in Sep 2015

No, they support female candidates solely because of the candidate’s sex because they’re being bullied by feminist SJW hacks who can’t remember what they write after a few months.

Advantage Sanders

Dem sen: Sanders has no ‘interest in foreign policy’

Democratic senator and top Clinton surrogate Claire McCaskill bashed rival Bernie Sanders on the day of the Iowa caucus as lacking the foreign policy chops needed to serve as commander-in-chief…

“He doesn’t have experience and hasn’t shown a great deal of interest in foreign policy, hasn’t really demonstrated the breadth and depth of knowledge you need to lead this country at a dangerous time.”

McCaskill has a point. Mrs. Bill’s interest in sharing state secrets with foreign intelligence agencies is well documented, and we are in a dangerous time.

Thanks, in no small part, to Mrs. Bill.

If only she’d shown a lack of interest in foreign policy, our national security wouldn’t be compromised, Libya wouldn’t be breeding ISIS, four Americans might not have died in Benghazi and she wouldn’t be on the verge of indictment.

At this point

Official: Some Clinton emails ‘too damaging’ to release

The intelligence community has deemed some of Hillary Clinton’s emails “too damaging” to national security to release under any circumstances, according to a U.S. government official close to the ongoing review. A second source, who was not authorized to speak on the record, backed up the finding.

I find it hard to believe that emails intelligence experts declare ““too damaging” to national security to release under any circumstances” can possibly be evidence of mere internecine bureaucratic catfights.

Mrs. Bill says I’m mistaken: Hillary Campaign: Withholding of Emails Just ‘Over-Classification Run Amok’

Hillary Clinton’s campaign insisted today that the former secretary of State wants the release of more than 20 emails determined to have contained top-secret information, calling the withholding “over-classification run amok.”

Indeed: What difference, at this point, does it make? Any interested foreign intelligence services already read them.

It’s a vast intelligence agency conspiracy.

The vast Clinton co-conspiracy

On January 7th, 1999, the United States Senate began the impeachment trial of President William J. Clinton. The President had been impeached by the House for lying under oath and obstructing justice.

His semantic gymnastics over the meaning of the word “is,” and his contention that while performing cunnilingus might have constituted “having sex,” being fellated by a twenty-something intern in the Oval Office didn’t, secured his acquittal by the Senate. But his troubles with women weren’t over.

In April 1999, President Clinton was held in contempt of court by Judge Susan Webber Wright for “intentionally false” testimony in (Paula) Jones v. Clinton. He was fined $90,000 for giving false testimony. Jones’ suit was eventually settled and included an $850,000 payment from Clinton.

In April 2000, the Arkansas Supreme Court suspended his law license. In order to avoid disbarment, he agreed to a five-year suspension and a $25,000 fine (January, 2001). In October 2001, Clinton’s U.S. Supreme Court law license was suspended.

Bill Clinton’s lies weren’t about sex, they were about what he’d done to women. This couldn’t possibly have been news to Mrs. Bill, since it had been going on since at least his 1974 Arkansas Congressional campaign.

A discussion of Bill Clinton’s behavior from a February, 2012 PBS documentary, Clinton:

Narrator: To make matters worse, Hillary had to deal with Bill’s constant womanizing.

Paul Fray, [1974 Arkansas Congressional] Campaign Manager: I mean you got to understand at one time there was at least 25 women per day coming through there trying to find him, and I’d tell them he’s out on the road, you know and they’d get out the door, but lord it was bad. Bad, bad, bad, bad, bad.

Marla Crider, [who claims to have had an affair with Clinton] Campaign Aide: He draws women in and they are literally mesmerized by this man. It was absolutely like fly to honey. And he needed that. He needed that kind of adoration. I don’t think there’s any question that Hillary was hurt, whether it was me or anyone else.

Narrator: Despite Bill’s infidelities, Hillary decided to stay in Arkansas and dedicate herself to their mutual goals.

Emphasis mine.

Any later sympathy for Hillary would seem misplaced, since Bill Clinton’s predations didn’t end there, and she enabled them:

Narrator: In 1987, during his fourth term as Arkansas governor, Bill Clinton was finally ready to leap onto the national stage with a long-shot run for the presidency. In July, he summoned the national media to Little Rock for the big announcement.

Then, abruptly, he sent them home with hardly an explanation.

Bill Clinton (archival): I need some family time, I need some personal time.

Narrator: Behind the scenes, an old weakness had come back to haunt him.

Gail Sheehy, Writer: Just the day before the press conference when he was going to announce that he was going to run, Betsey Wright, his ferociously protective campaign manager, sat him down with a list of names of women and went through one after the other: how many times, where did you meet her, how likely is she to talk?

Nigel Hamilton, Writer: For each name he said, ‘Oh, she’ll never say anything.’ And Betsey Wright said, ‘But you don’t know that. You don’t understand on a national scale, people will investigate — your opponents will investigate it. The media will investigate it. And the problem is, we’re not just talking about you. We’re talking about your wife, Hillary; we’re talking about your child, Chelsea.’ She said, ‘I don’t think you can run.’

Betsey Wright, Chief of Staff: I mean, it just became clear that night it was not the time for him to do it. It just was not the time. He felt for quite a while that, that probably was the last real chance he would ever have to run for president. That was it, it was over. You know, where would he go now that he wasn’t gonna run for president? What could he do in the future? I think that over the next few months that became a tough time for them.

Mrs. Bill was Mr. Bill’s co-vilifier of women and co-conspirator. The difference is, she wasn’t under oath when she lied.