Thank liberals if Roy Moore survives the charges against him

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 09:50:09 AM. We’re told the time of judgment is upon Bill Clinton at last. In the wake of the Weinstein-Halperin-Moore revelations that have shaken the foundations of the country’s cultural and political elites…
We’re told the time of judgment is upon Bill Clinton at last. In the wake of the Weinstein-Halperin-Moore revelations that have shaken the foundations of the country’s cultural and political elites, liberals are acknowledging Clinton’s conduct toward women was unconscionable. MSNBC’s Chris Hayes got the ball rolling when he tweeted: “Democrats and the center left are overdue for a real reckoning with the allegations against him.” This week, The New York Times published an op-ed called “I Believe Juanita” — thus accepting the single most incendiary charge ever leveled at the former president. This one was not about Clinton propositioning women, as he did with Paula Jones in 1991. Or having had affairs with them, as with Gennifer Flowers in the 1980s. Or making advances on them in the Oval Office, as was the case with Kathleen Willey in 1993. Or having sought out an underling for sex, as was the case with Monica Lewinsky in 1995 and 1996. No, the Times’ Michelle Goldberg said she believed Juanita Broaddrick, who says Clinton violently raped her in 1978 when he was Arkansas attorney general. It was painful, Hayes and Goldberg acknowledged, to bring these matters up because they feared they’d look like they had somehow surrendered to a right-wing lynch mob. Hayes complained about how “gross and cynical and hypocrtical [sic] . . . the right’s ‘what about Bill Clinton’ stuff is.” Goldberg said liberals were right to be skeptical of women’s claims against Clinton during his...Read more
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