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originally posted by: angeldoll
We've had a President in a wheelchair, a President with Addison's disease, and God knows what else we don't know about. And you think this is significant?
This is so petty. Petty. I'm actually embarrassed for anybody that thinks this is a big deal.
"Let's not vote for Clinton, because she wore an earpiece during a speech".
Does that clue anybody in on how absurd this is?
originally posted by: angeldoll
a reply to: butcherguy
.....while Bill had consensual extramarital affairs.
Paula Jones — A former Arkansas state employee who alleged that in 1991 Clinton, while governor, propositioned her and exposed himself. She later filed a sexual harassment suit, and it was during a deposition in that suit that Clinton initially denied having sexual relations with Lewinsky. Clinton was impeached by the House of Representatives over the matter, but acquitted in the Senate. Clinton in 1998 settled the suit for $850,000, with no apology or admission of guilt. All but $200,000 was directed to pay legal fees.
Juanita Broaddrick — The nursing home administrator emerged after the impeachment trial to allege that 21 years earlier Clinton had raped her. Through an attorney, Clinton denied the claim, and there were inconsistencies in her story. However, several of her friends backed her claim. No charges were ever brought. (Here’s a link to the Dateline NBC interview with her in 1999.)
Kathleen Willey — The former White House aide said Clinton groped her in his office in 1993, on the same day when her husband, facing embezzlement charges, died in an apparent suicide. (During a deposition in the Paula Jones matter, Willey initially said she had no recollection about whether Clinton kissed her and insisted he did not fondle her.) Clinton denied he assaulted her; an independent prosecutor concluded “there is insufficient evidence to prove to a jury beyond a reasonable doubt that President Clinton’s testimony regarding Kathleen Willey was false.”
Peter Baker, in “The Breach,” the definitive account of the impeachment saga, reported that House investigators later found in the files of the independent prosecutor that Jones’s lawyers had collected the names of 21 different women they suspected had had a sexual relationship with Clinton. Baker described the files as “wild allegations, sometimes based on nothing more than hearsay claims of third-party witnesses.” But there were some allegations (page 138) that suggested unwelcome advances:
“One woman was alleged to have been asked by Clinton to give him oral sex in a car while he was the state attorney general (a claim she denied). A former Arkansas state employee said that during a presentation, then-Governor Clinton walked behind her and rubbed his pelvis up against her repeatedly. A woman identified as a third cousin of Clinton’s supposedly told her drug counselor during treatment in Arkansas that she was abused by Clinton when she was baby-sitting at the Governor’s Mansion in Little Rock.”
That's enough for me to leave this thread.
while Bill had consensual extramarital affairs.
originally posted by: amicktd
I was under the impression that she would easily defeat Trump in a debate anyday of the week. That or she was so good at debates Trump wouldn't show up because he's scared. I've heard that over and over and over on this site. Sad she had to have an entire debate team to debate against a non-politician. LOL
Question is: Does she ever not shortcut anything? Shortcuts the nomination, shortcuts National Security, shortcuts debates. Maybe if she didn't shortcut her hair she wouldn't have gotten caught.
HEY! You forgot one! We had a President that was a serial sexual predator! And Hillary facilitated his actions!
originally posted by: matafuchs
Her Wikileak emails prove she wears an earpiece. There is an email with Huma asking her is she has it or needs to get it. It is so the ones who paid for her speeches can control her public ones.