If the nation is too stupefied to know the difference, the nations goes with her. Russia may be forced to a Global conflict of pushing the launch button. The Kremlin Hawks are ready and know the cost. They are ready to die knowing the took the US with them. But Americans will die not knowing the cause or what time of day it is. Americans have already lost their Sovereign Rights, so what is death if triggered now? Elect Hillary, start counting. Hillary and Nuland will walk into Armageddon.
Trump slams Hillary Clinton for not 'protecting women' in video featuring voices of Bill's sex-assault and rape accusers
- Instagram video short includes voices of sex-assault accuser Kathleen Willey and rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick
- Both women have accused Bill Clinton of attacking them and say Hillary Clinton tried to smear them and cover it up
- The 15-second video also includes a reference to Monica Lewinsky, in the form of a cigar clenched between Bill Clinton's teeth
- Video ends with the sound of Hillary Clinton laughing uproariously while a message appears: 'Here we go again?'
By David Martosko
23 May 2016
Donald Trump's latest effort to saddle Hillary Clinton with her husband's sexual indiscretions hit Instagram like a bomb on Monday.
'Is Hillary really protecting women?' Trump tweeted, along with a link to a short video featuring the voices of two of Bill's sexual-assault accusers, Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey.
The 15-second video also includes a reference to Clinton's former White House intern paramour Monica Lewinsky, in the form of a stogie clenched between the former president's teeth.
Independent Counsel Ken Star wrote in his bombshell report on the Clinton impeachment saga that the then-president sexually pleasured Lewinsky, then in her early twenties, with a cigar.
Broaddrick accused Clinton of raping her in a hotel room when he was the attorney general of Arkansas. Willey has charged that he groped and fondled her against her will in the Oval Office.
Trump has gone after Hillary's marital weak spot before, claiming last week in a Fox News Channel interview that her Bill-induced image problems include 'rape.'
Hillary later said that she didn't feel compelled to defend her husband's 'honor' by responding.
The new Trump video includes a sound bites of Willey telling a Fox News Channel audience in 2007: 'No woman should be subjected to it. It was an assault.'
It also includes audio of Broaddrick accusing Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978.
'He starts to bite on my top lip,' she says in the voice-over, pulled from a 1999 'Dateline NBC' broadcast.
'And I tried to pull away from him.'
The final sound of the video short is Hillary Clinton's voice – laughing – as an on-screen message asks, 'Here we go again?'
A longer video might have been even more damning.
Broaddrick told NBC immediately after the words Trump quoted: 'And then he forces me down on the bed. And I just was very frightened, and I tried to get away from him and I told him "No," that I didn’t want this to happen but he wouldn’t listen to me.'