NYT spends six weeks investigating how Trump treats women. Where was its investigation into how Bill and Hillary treat women?
With its hit piece on Donald Trump Sunday, The New York Times could not have done more to reinforce its stereotype among conservative voters as a biased mouthpiece for the establishment and Democrat propaganda rag had that been its goal.
The story’s credibility was quickly called into question. The woman who was the story’s main focus, former Trump girlfriend Rowanne Brewer Lane, claims the Times reporters misrepresented their purpose, took her words out of context and distorted her comments.
The two Times reporters ostensibly spent six weeks interviewing 50 women from Trump’s past. They claim they found Trump engaged in “unwelcome romantic advances, unending commentary on the female form, a shrewd reliance on ambitious women, and unsettling workplace conduct.” They reported that he stole a kiss from one contestant and made the women in his Miss USA beauty pageant wear their opening number costumes to rehearsal.
They determined, according to the article, that he was sometimes boorish and lecherous. Or, as the “independent media analyst” from The Washington Post put it, “By any standard of decency toward women, the act of ogling a 20-something model, inviting her to change into a bikini and then proclaiming her a ‘Trump girl’ when paraded around the pool is piggish.”
Perhaps so. But not so “piggish” as sexual assault and rape – charges that followed Bill Clinton from his time at Oxford in 1969 until today.
There’s Eileen Wellstone, who claimed in 1969 that Clinton raped her when she was 19 after they met at a pub. There’s the unnamed then 22-year-old woman who claimed in 1972 that Clinton sexually assaulted her. There’s the Arkansas University student who complained Clinton – who was her law school instructor – in 1974 tried to prevent her from leaving his office and groped her and put his hand inside her blouse.
There’s Juanita Broaddrick who claims Clinton raped her in 1978. There’s Carolyn Moffet who in 1979 met Clinton at a fundraiser and was later invited to meet him in a hotel room where he greeted her wearing only a shirt and tried to make her perform oral sex on him. There’s at least seven more women identified by Arkansas State Troopers on Clinton’s security detail who claimed Clinton either forced or attempted to force himself on sexually.
There’s Elizabeth Ward, a former Miss Arkansas and Miss America who claimed she was forced by Clinton to have sex with him in 1982. There’s Connie Hamzy who claims Clinton propositioned her at a Little Rock hotel in 1984.
There’s Paula Corbin Jones, Sandra Allen James, Christy Zercher and Kathleen Willey who all claimed in the late 1980s and early 1990s to have been on the receiving end of sexual assaults and harassing behavior by Clinton.
There’s Gennifer Flowers, Elizabeth (Ward) Gracen, Dolly Kyle Browing, Sally Perdue, Lencola Sullivan, Elizabeth Ward, Susie Whiteacre and Bobbie Ann Williams who engaged in long-term affairs with Clinton.
And of course, there’s Monica Lewinsky, the impressionable young White House intern that Clinton took advantage of, an act that ultimately resulted in his impeachment.
Finally, Clinton’s reputation as a philander continues, and he’s known to have ridden more than once on pedophile Jeffery Epstein’s private jet dubbed “Lolita Express.”
And during that time, Hillary engaged in on-going intimidation and smear campaigns against any “bimbo eruptions” that might pop up. Her tactics included slander by her and her surrogates, and having henchmen murder pets, slash tires, burgle their homes and leave threatening messages in order to keep the women silent.
During a September speech in Cedar Falls, Iowa, the Witch from Chappaqua said:
Today I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault. Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed and we’re with you.
That apparently doesn’t apply to any women Bill assaulted. But where’s the Times’ Sunday page 1 exposé on that?