By Deplorable Andrew Allen
Congratulations Never Trumpers. You may have won. Are you happy?
No need to rehash the 11-year-old comments captured on a hot mic that Donald Trump made about
women. The comments are out there.
No need either to remind everyone of all Bill Clinton’s sordid affairs. Those are out there too.
And no need to dig up Hillary’s role in covering up Bill’s affairs to include an $800,000 out of court settlement with one of his many paramours. Or the way she gloated of her abilities as a defense attorney in making sure a man that raped a 12-year-old girl didn’t get convicted.
Yes, Hillary Blamed The 12-Year-Old Victim
Said the woman who wants to be President of the 12-year-old rape victim:
– She had “a tendency to seek out older men and engage in fantasizing”.
Of adolescent girls:
– “Children in early adolescence tend to exaggerate or romanticize sexual experiences and that adolescents with disorganized families, such as the complainant [the rape victim], are even more prone to such behavior”.
That’s right. The woman running for President said that young girls fantasize about older men and that if they come from single-parent households, they engage in sexual relationships with those men and then exaggerate those experiences.
Hillary Knew He Was Guilty
Hillary Clinton didn’t stop there. In an interview, the audio of which is readily available yet strangely absent in the media, Hillary joked with a reporter:
“Of course he [the defendant] claimed he didn’t [rape her]. All this stuff. He took a lie detector test. I had him take a polygraph, which he passed, which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs”.
Hillary laughed about this. Yes, she laughed. About a man she knew raped a 12-year-old, beating a polygraph, and pleading his innocence despite medical evidence that the child had been sexually violated.
More Than Just Rape
It wasn’t just a rape. The 12-year-old victim was tricked by her assailant into going to the store for a soda. He pulled his truck off the road into a ravine and raped her. Then he let a 15-year-old boy along for the ride have a turn with his victim too. So call it a gang rape.
The victim’s injuries were such that the attack rendered her unable to bear children.
Real funny Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton. Friggin’ hilarious.
But Donald Trump Said
So what. Donald Trump said things. Didn’t Obama lecture us once about, “just words, just speeches”? How about what Trump didn’t do.
He didn’t help a child rapist remain at large.
He didn’t meet secretly on a plane with the Attorney General at an Arizona airport to make sure his wife avoided indictment.
He didn’t illegally pay Iran ransom money using cash and who knows what else so there wouldn’t be an easily traced paper trail for investigators to follow.
He didn’t run a server out of his bathroom, basement, or whatever else he wasn’t supposed to.
He isn’t prone to fainting spells or weird head bobbles.
He didn’t dupe the FBI into destroying evidence.
He didn’t set conditions that would result in the death of four Americans in Libya, tell the world a video caused it (for which an innocent American citizen was arrested and jailed), and simultaneously tell her confidants domestic and abroad that Muslim terrorists burned the Benghazi compound to the ground killing the US Ambassador and three others in the process.
He didn’t pardon terrorists.
His mission creep didn’t cause a Blackhawk Down scenario to unfold during which eighteen Americans, one Malaysian, and one Pakistani Soldier were killed during the Battle of Mogadishu.
He didn’t have Travelgate, Filegate, or Whitewater occur during his watch.
And the list goes on.
The length, breadth, and depth of tangible things the Clintons have done since the late 1960s (take your pick: Hillary’s stint as “undercover social justice warrior” hunting for racism at private schools in Alabama or Bill Clinton’s Vietnam-era draft dodging) is staggering.
The Republican reaction to Donald Trump’s 11-year-old hot mic comments is staggering too.
What Difference Does It Make
Look at the reactions:
Democrats circle the wagons no matter what, call in a PR firm like SKDKnickerbocker to run media influence for them, and do everything but crumble in the face of scandal.
Republicans convene a circular firing squad, bend over backwards to try and make the media like them (even though a room temperature IQ understands that the media will never ever do that), and then open fire on one another and later wonder why they lose elections.
Take Anthony Weiner for example. He engaged in sexting with a 15-year-old girl. Frankly, why he hasn’t been taken into police custody yet can only be due to his stature as a well connected Democrat. As Huma Abedin’s husband he’s one step removed from Hillary Clinton after all. How has the Weiner scandal played out compared with the way the current Trump crisis has?
True, Trump Is Running for President
The closest Weiner would have come to the Oval Office was as a visitor. Presumably, as Hillary’s live-in caregiver Huma Abedin would have complete White House access during a Hillary Clinton regime and Weiner would have made good use of it. Who knows, maybe he’d have leaned against the Resolute desk in the buff to take a few selfies for his future underage sextual conquests.
Trump is running for the Presidency. Weiner (thankfully) is not. But Bill Clinton engaged in sexual misconduct WHILE SERVING AS President.
Even as the little blue dress with Bill’s DNA stained upon it proved to the world what Bill had done in a side room of the Oval Office, Democrats were standing by their man and the media was praising Bill Clinton’s sexual abuse of an intern. Leading women’s rights activists joined the chorus of the absurd, proudly stating that they too would have let Bill Clinton have had sex with them – as if sexual submission to Bill Clinton and women’s liberation go hand in hand.
In 2005 Donald Trump ran his mouth, unaware a mic was on, and what have Republicans done? They’ve:
– Abandoned their Presidential nominee.
– Announced that they won’t vote for him.
– Discussed ways they could remove him from the ticket and replace him with someone else.
Not just a few Republicans. Lots of them. Even the Vice Presidential candidate as taken his spot in the circular firing squad dutifully convened to appease CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times, and all the rest.
Spare Us the Shock
The morning of Wednesday, November 9 – assuming there aren’t recounts and lawsuits – when it becomes clear that Hillary Clinton has won the Presidency, do us a favor Never Trump Republicans and spare us the faux surprise. It’s neither genuine nor appreciated.
Never Trumpers, you’ve played the game well. And you will have had your way. In doing so, you’ll have not only tarnished any hope of Mike Pence running a successful bid for the White House in 2020*, you’ll own responsibility for giving us Obama’s third term.
Are you happy?
* Historically, failed Vice Presidential candidates simply don’t have a good track record when it comes to winning future Presidential contests.