Friday, October 14, 2016

2016 Campaign near Bottom of the Barrel

The actual bottom of the barrel will be on Election Day no matter who wins !

Donald Trump was actually a liberal / Democrat when he was accused of harassing and assaulting women many years ago.

I thought Democrats 'got a pass' for that type of bad behavior, based on how the mainstream press treated the women making sexual assault charges against Bill Clinton in the 1990s.

The media certainly admires Bill Clinton now, in spite of all the past charges.

I have no idea why.

Hillary Clinton attacked many of "Bill's women" verbally and hired detectives to investigate at least some of them, dig up dirt, and threaten them with exposure of their "dirt".

Some of the women claimed they were threatened with physical harm.

If not for Clinton's semen on Monica Lewinsky's dress, and Gennifer Flowers recordings of Bill's phone calls, the mainstream press would have dismissed their claims about having consensual affairs with Bill.

But this article is not about Bill's consensual affairs -- if it was, I'd have to do research for years, and there would probably be over a hundred women listed !

Charges of sexual assault against Bill Clinton were made while he was President (very risky compared with making charges against Trump when he is at least five points behind in the polls, and unlikely to ever become President).

I think it would require extreme courage for any ordinary private woman to make sexual assault charges against the most powerful man on Earth, many years later, knowing how Gennifer Flowers was character attacked by Hillary Clinton and other Clinton supporters before the 1992 election.

I have to assume there are other women chose to keep quiet.

I cannot imagine every women listed below was lying -- that's why I'm posting this article ... but many Democrats will claim every woman was lying.

There are some people who still claim every woman who charged Bill Cosby with rape was lying.

Eileen Wellstone was a 19-year-old English woman who said Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her after she met him at a pub near the Oxford where he was a student in 1969.

A retired State Department employee confirmed that he spoke with the family of the girl and filed a report with his superiors.

He said: ''There was no doubt in my mind that this young woman had suffered severe emotional trauma. But we were under tremendous pressure to avoid the embarrassment of having a Rhodes Scholar charged with rape. I filed a report with my superiors and that was the last I heard of it.''

He also said: "I came away from the incident with the clear impression that this was a young man who was there to party, not study."

He said Clinton admitted having sex with the girl, but claimed it was consensual.

The victim's family declined to pursue the case.

In 1972, a 22-year-old woman told campus police at Yale University that she was sexually assaulted by Clinton, a law student at the college.

No charges were filed, but a retired campus policemen confirmed the incident.

The woman confirmed the incident, but declined to discuss it further and would not give permission to use her name.

In 1974, a female student at the University of Arkansas complained that then-law school instructor Bill Clinton tried to prevent her from leaving his office during a conference.

She said he groped her and forced his hand inside her blouse.

She complained to her faculty adviser who confronted Clinton, but Clinton claimed the student ''came on'' to him.

The student left the school shortly after the incident.

Several former students at the University have confirmed the incident in confidential interviews and said there were other reports of Clinton attempting to force himself on female students.

Juanita Broaddrick, a volunteer in Clinton's gubernatorial campaign, said he raped her in 1978.

Mrs. Broaddrick suffered a bruised and torn lip, which she said she suffered when Clinton bit her during the rape.

Her roommate saw the damage and she told a half dozen friends at the time.

Hillary Clinton threatened her to keep her quiet.

The mainstream media initially ignored the Broaddrick story -- only The Drudge Report and some other internet news sites actively pursued it.

From 1978-1980, during Clinton's first term as governor of Arkansas, state troopers assigned to protect him were aware of at least seven complaints from women who said Clinton forced, or attempted to force, himself on them sexually.

One retired state trooper said in an interview that the common joke among those assigned to protect Clinton was "who's next?"

One former state trooper said other troopers would often escort women to the governor's hotel room after political events, often more than one an evening.

Carolyn Moffet, a legal secretary in Little Rock in 1979, said she met then-governor Clinton at a political fundraiser and shortly thereafter received an invitation to meet the governor in his hotel room.

"I was escorted there by a state trooper.

When I went in, he was sitting on a couch, wearing only an undershirt.

He pointed at his penis and told me to suck it.

I told him I didn't even do that for my boyfriend and he got mad, grabbed my head and shoved it into his lap.

I pulled away from him and ran out of the room."

Elizabeth Ward, the Miss Arkansas who won the Miss America crown in 1982, told friends she was forced by Clinton to have sex with him shortly after she won her state crown.
Ward later told an interviewer she did have sex with Clinton but said it was consensual.

Close friends of Ward, however, say she still maintains privately that Clinton forced himself on her.

Paula Jones, an Arkansas state worker, filed a sexual harassment case against Clinton after an encounter in a Little Rock hotel room where the then-governor exposed himself and demanded oral sex.

Clinton settled the case with Jones with an $850,000 cash payment, most of which went to her lawyers.

Sandra Allen James, a former Washington, DC, political fundraiser says Presidential candidate-to-be Clinton invited her to his hotel room during a political trip to the nation's capital in 1991, pinned her against the wall and stuck his hand up her dress.

She says she screamed loud enough for the Arkansas State Trooper stationed outside the hotel suite to bang on the door and ask if everything was all right, at which point Clinton released her and she fled the room.

When she reported the incident to her boss, he advised her to keep her mouth shut if she wanted to keep working.

The former Miss James said she later learned that other women suffered the same fate at Clinton's hands when he was in Washington during his Presidential run.

Christy Zercher, a flight attendant on Clinton's leased campaign plane in 1992, says Presidential candidate Clinton exposed himself to her, grabbed her breasts and made explicit remarks about oral sex.

A video shot on board the plane by ABC News shows an obviously drunk Clinton with his hand between another young flight attendant's legs.

Zercher said later in an interview that White House attorney Bruce Lindsey tried to pressure her into not going public about the assault.

Kathleen Willey, a White House volunteer, reported that Clinton grabbed her, fondled her breast and pressed her hand against his genitals during an Oval Office meeting in November, 1993.

Willey, who told her story in a 60 Minutes interview, became a target of a White House-directed smear campaign after she went public.

Her cat was murdered. Her tires were slashed. And she was directly intimidated by a stranger who knew her children's names.

In his book, Unlimited Access, former FBI agent Gary Aldrich reported that Clinton left Oxford University for a "European Tour" in 1969 and was told by University officials that he was no longer welcome there.

Aldrich said Clinton's academic record at Oxford was lackluster.

Clinton later accepted a scholarship for Yale Law School and did not complete his studies at Oxford.

Many other sexual encounters were related by retired Arkansas state employees, former state troopers and former Yale and University of Arkansas students in the 1990s, but the women refused to go public, fearing retaliation when Bill Clinton was President, and the most powerful man on Earth.