Of Course, hindsight is 20/20. But has anyone ever wondered what would have happened if Hillary dumped Bill Clinton once she learned that he continued to brazenly cheat on her, in the White House itself? She would likely be, or would have become, president, by a landslide.
Instead, she has chosen to stick by her sleazy spouse, despite the overwhelming evidence of his disregard for fidelity to his wife and family, even to the point of debasing his accusers.
You ask why? Is it not obvious? Hillary took the wrong course in all of these incidents that dishonored her. Her ambitions from day one was not to be a good wife, nor a good senator, or a good secretary of state. Her goal has always been obsessively fixated on becoming the first female president, to the point that she would allow herself humiliation and dishonor, while doing her best to pretend she’s a women’s rights advocate.
Give me a break.
If Hillary was truly a thumper for women’s rights and role model for the weaker gender in America, she would have acted like one. She would have taken no crap from a husband who – for decades — continually refused to honor his wedding vows and humiliated her before the national stage. Had she responded to Bill Clinton and treated him like any other cheating husband by packing up and walking out, and then took him to the proverbial cleaners, she would have been a true national heroine within the women’s rights movement. Hillary’s image among women would have exploded into cheering mobs that would have diminished Trump’s supporters.
This is not just about Monica and a one-time tryst. There are many other women, besides Monica, women who have come forward, years ago, telling of the sexual interludes they were subjected to, or…consensually had with Bill Clinton. They have all vehemently stuck by their allegations including one who claims Bill forcibly raped her in in the 1970’s.
I wrote about this two years ago, and learned from Wikipedia the names of all the women who have alleged improper sexual conduct…all of whom Hillary is well aware. Here they are:
- Paula Jonesbrought a sexual harassment lawsuit against Clinton while he was president. On November 18, 1998, Clinton agreed to an out-of-court settlement, paying Jones and her attorneys a sum of $850,000. Clinton denies ever engaging in a sexual affair with her.
- In 1992 Gennifer Flowersstated that she had a prolonged relationship with Clinton that began in 1980. Flowers at first denied that she had an affair with Clinton, but later changed her story. After initially denying it, Clinton later admitted that he had a sexual encounter with Flowers.
- In 1998, Kathleen Willeyalleged Clinton groped her in a hallway in 1993. An independent counsel determined Willey gave “false information” to the FBI, inconsistent with sworn testimony related to the Jones allegation. Willey dodged perjury charges after Kenneth Starr granted her immunity for her testimony.
- In 1998, Juanita Broaddrickalleged Clinton had raped her though she did not remember the exact date, which may have been 1978. However, she did supply the name of the hotel (Camelot), and the reason she was visiting Little Rock (a nursing home seminar) when the incident had allegedly occurred. NBC News found that a nursing conference was held in the Camelot Hotel on April 25, 1978.
- In 1998, in response to what she called false media claims that Clinton had raped her, Elizabeth Ward Gracenrecanted a six-year-old denial and stated she had a one night stand with Clinton in 1982. Gracen later apologized to Hillary Clinton.
- Dolly Kyle Browning began writing a “semi-autobiographical novel” about her alleged affair with Bill Clinton. In the publication process, Browning asserted that Clinton did everything in his power to prohibit and undermine publication. Browning sued Clinton for damages, but the US Court of Appeals denied her appeal.
- Sally Perdue, a former Miss Arkansas who said she had a four-month affair with him in 1983.
- Connie Hamzy, a self-proclaimed rock-and-roll groupie, who said Mr. Clinton propositioned her in 1984 while she was sunbathing by a Little Rock hotel pool.
- Bobbie Ann Williams, a one-time Little Rock prostitute who said Mr. Clinton fathered a child by her when he was the governor of Arkansas.
- Eileen Wellstone, an English woman who said Mr. Clinton sexually assaulted her after she met him at a pub near Oxford University where Mr. Clinton was a student in 1969.
- Sandra Allen James, a former Washington, D.C., political fund-raiser who said Mr. Clinton invited her to his hotel room during a 1991 campaign trip, pinned her against the wall and put his hand under her dress.
- Christy Zercher, an airline flight attendant on Mr. Clinton’s 1992 campaign plane, who said Mr. Clinton exposed himself and grabbed her breasts.
- Lencola Sullivan, a former Miss Arkansas and fourth runner-up in the Miss America pageant.
- Elizabeth Ward, a former Miss Arkansas and Miss America.
- Susie Whitacre, press aide to Mr. Clinton when he was governor.
- Clinton’s name appears more than 10 times on flight manifests for Jeffrey Epstein’s private airliner: a Boeing 727. Epstein was convicted in 2008 in Florida for soliciting underage teenage prostitutes. Court documents show that Epstein used the Fifth Amendment to avoid self-incrimination in a deposition.
- According to Bob Flanagan of World News and Daily Report, Bill Clinton opened an account on ashleymadison.com, a site designed to help married men cheat on their wives. He was then purportedly blackmailed about it for several months until the Impact Team released data they claim to be from that website.
Oh yes, Monica. Make that 18.
And those are the ones we know about. How many are there, who we don’t know?
Never mind the Benghazi fiasco; Never mind COLLUSION with Russians to approve a deal to give our enemy nation 20 percent of American uranium; Never mind the 145 million dollars gifted by Russia to the Clinton Foundation; Never mind trashing and/or destroying her hard drives and losing thousands of e-mails while congress held hearings about her integrity, Never mind that this woman would have been the most dishonest person in the White House ever, had she been elected.
Regardless, she had her chance. All she had to do, from the get-go, was to dump Bill. Instead, she chose to hold on to his coattails. Again, bad judgement. That’s why her image as a women’s rights advocate went down the toilet.