Hillary Clinton Got Off Child Rapist and Laughed About It
A reminder of heartless Clinton’s attitude This quote is recorded. Clinton CAN NOT lie about saying it. Clinton in 1982: “Yeah, I got him off. So what? Who cares? We got the evidence thrown out, so he walked (laughs) I mean, sure, we knew he did it (laughs) but it didn’t matter”
How the headline reads below. But let’s look into our gal Hillary and the rapist she got off as well as the effect on the victim- a twelve year old little girl who has never been able to live a normal life. Just listen to her voice on the clip. As if she even cares. From my earlier post:
So she got him off with time served – two months. By Lying. It would be great to find the rapist rap sheet to find out how many more women he raped.
The woman at the center of the scandal over Hillary Clinton’s defense of an alleged child rapist speaks out in depth for the first time.
“I would say [to Clinton], ‘You took a case of mine in ’75, you lied on me… I realize the truth now, the heart of what you’ve done to me. And you are supposed to be for women? You call that [being] for women, what you done to me? And I hear you on tape laughing.”
“She lied like a dog on me. I think she was trying to do whatever she could do to make herself look good at the time.”
Hillary Clinton is known as a champion of women and girls, but one woman who says she was raped as a 12-year-old in Arkansas doesn’t think Hillary deserves that honor. This woman says Hillary smeared her and used dishonest tactics to successfully get her attacker off with a light sentence – even though, she claims, Clinton knew he was guilty.
The victim in the 1975 sexual abuse case that became Clinton’s first criminal defense case as a 27-year-old lawyer has only spoken to the media once since her attack, a contested, short interaction with a reporter in 2008, during Clinton’s last presidential campaign run. Now 52, she wants to speak out after hearing Clinton talk about her case on newly discovered audio recordings from the 1980s, unearthed by the Washington Free Beacon and made public this week.
The full story of the Taylor defense calls into question Clinton’s narrative of her early years as a devoted women and children’s advocate in Arkansas—a narrative the 2016 presidential frontrunner continued to promote on her current book tour.
Her comments on the rape trial are part of more than five hours of unpublished interviews conducted by Arkansas reporter Roy Reed with then-Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton and his wife in the mid-1980s.
For more see my post