Hillary Clinton claims to be a “warrior for women” who will do everything in her power to stand by those who have been sexually assaulted. That’s why it came as bad news to her when WikiLeaks released a series of her emails this week that reveals this could not be further from the truth.
If Hillary really was a “warrior for women,” she would have a much different attitude towards the women who have been sexually assaulted by her own husband.
According to an email thread dating back to January 7, Clinton attorney David Kendall talked with Podesta about how the campaign should address Broaddrick if she becomes part of the election conversation.
As the discussion went on, Kendall brought up documents from the harassment lawsuit Paula Jones filed against Clinton. It was during this lawsuit that Broaddrick offered an affidavit saying she had no information pertaining to “non-consensual or unwelcome sexual advance by Mr. Clinton.”
After bringing up other interviews and documents from Ken Starr‘s investigation, Kendall asked Podesta about whether the campaign should make these documents public.
“Starr was seeking more evidence against the President, any way he could, and he immunized Broaddrick to protect her from any prosecution for perjury if she now changed her story,” Kendall explained. “Please let me know if there’s anything else I can provide about this slimefest.”
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