This PUSSY needs to be GONE! Court martial the son-of-a-bitch!
We should only believe accusations of rape vetted by qualified liberals.
So goes Michelle Goldberg’s patently absurd logic in a recent column for The New York Times. To get there, she’s forced to dismiss a dominant liberal dogma: the “absolute” that every woman deserves to be believed. Her very next step institutes a new dogma: only women who liberals believe deserve unqualified belief.
ESPN’s Jemele Hill didn’t give any credit to President Donald Trump for intervening on behalf of three black UCLA basketball players in Chinese custody.
LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were released Tuesday morning after they’d been arrested for allegedly stealing from a Louis Vuitton store. Trump personally asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to get involved, and less than 24 hours later the players were set free.
Hill didn’t have much to say, which is really surprising because she once claimed Trump was a white supremacist.
With the focus on Roy Moore and accusations of sexual harassment, CBS chose to go back to the ‘90s for a historical example. But, no. Not Bill Clinton. Instead, a Norah O’Donnell segment hyped “trailblazer” Anita Hill. The CBS This Morning host even noted questions as to whether then-Senator Joe Biden did enough to stop Clarence Thomas.
A CBS graphic read: “Anita Hill’s Impact: Trailblazer Discusses Confronting Sexual Harassment.” O’Donnell touted, “Anita Hill shared her account of dealing with sexual harassment. She spoke at Glamour magazine’s Women of the Year award yesterday.”
In an age where sexual harassment is dominating the spotlight, has Bill Clinton’s media Day of Reckoning finally arrived?
Michelle Goldberg’s op-ed in Tuesday’ New York Times, “I Believe Juanita,” marks another crack in the ice of the liberal media’s cover-up of Clinton’s shameful, and shamefully dismissed, sex-harassment escapades.
“Juanita” is Juanita Broaddrick, who in 1999 raised a credible allegation that she was raped by Bill Clinton in 1978, when he was attorney general of Arkansas. Broaddrick was demonized by Democrats and ignored by the media. (Could there be a play on words going on here with “I Believe Anita,” as in Anita Hill, the accuser of Justice Clarence Thomas? Hill is not mentioned in Goldberg’s op-ed.)
It’s a fairly big step from a fiercely pro-abortion Democratic defender like Goldberg. But she still can’t stop blaming the “right-wing,” as shown in the text box, “Coming to terms with Bill Clinton and right-wing disinformation.”
Goldberg suggested why the ice around Bill Clinton’s reputation may be getting thinner.