Trump and women.

As I have said in several previous posts, DO NOT LET BILL CLINTON BACK IN THE WHITE HOUSE – even as first husband.

I am concerned that too many young voters do not know of the Clintons’ war on women. Bill at best is a reprobate and, at worst, a rapist. The following tongue in cheek article by Ann Coulter relives the history of Bill’s assaults on women and Hillary’s effort to silence and denigrate them. Unfortunately, the media will not replay the interviews with these poor women. They were more than credible (see interview with Juanita Broaddrick and decide for yourself – footnote) while Bill was caught in lie after lie – some while under oath and serving, at the time, as the chief legal officer of the United State of America.

Let us take the unambiguously documented affair with Monica Lewinsky as an example. After denial upon denial by Bill Clinton who pointed his finger at the nation (see video below) on national television and with determination in his voice stated, “I did not have sex relations with that woman,” she produced a black dress with his semen all over it! She was an intern at the White House. As a professor in a medical school, if I had consensual sex with an intern I would be unceremoniously discharged from my position.

The following is not Bill Clinton’s entire history with women other than his wife or Hillary’s actions to silence these women. During his presidency the Clinton’s sent out their attack dog, James Carville, week after week to sully the reputations of the women who accused Bill. It was grotesque listening to the man and an insult to women everywhere.

Trump’s problem with women

By Ann Coulter

The New York Times’ front-page article last Saturday on Donald J. Trump’s dealings with women forced me into a weekend of self-examination. As much as I support Trump, this isn’t a cult of personality. He’s not Mao, Kim Jong-un or L. Ron Hubbard. We can like our candidates, but still acknowledge their flaws. No one’s perfect.

I admit there are some things about Trump that give me pause. I’m sure these will come out eventually, so I’m just going to list them.

First — and this is corroborated by five contemporaneous witnesses — in 1978, Trump violently raped Juanita Broaddrick in a Little Rock, Arkansas, hotel room, then, as he was leaving, looked at her bloody lip and said, “Better put some ice on that” — oh wait, I’m terribly sorry. Did I say Trump? I didn’t mean Trump, I meant Bill Clinton.

Hang on — here we go! Knowing full well about Bill Clinton’s proclivity to sexually assault women, about three weeks after that rape, Trump cornered Broaddrick at a party and said, pointedly, “I just want you to know how much Bill and I appreciate the things you do for him. Do you understand? Everything you do.”

No! My mistake! That wasn’t Trump either. That was Hillary Clinton. … But this next one I’m sure was Trump.

In the early 1990s, Trump invited a young female staffer to his hotel room at the Excelsior Hotel in Little Rock, dropped his pants and said, “Kiss it” — WAIT A SECOND!

I don’t know how this keeps happening. That was Bill Clinton. Please bear with me — it’s late at night and my notes are jumbled.

As CEO of an organization, Trump had a female employee, just months out of her teens, perform oral sex on him while he made business calls. That girl’s name was Monica Lewin– No! Wrong again! That was Bill Clinton, too! Please don’t stop reading. Let me find my Trump notes …

What I meant was that Trump was the one who later smeared that girl as a delusional stalker. She may have volunteered for the sex — at around age 20 — but Monica Lewinsky didn’t volunteer to be slandered! And yet this fiend, this user-of-women, this retrograde misogynist, Donald Trump, deployed his journalist friends, like Sidney Blumenthal, to spread rumors that Monica was a stalker, trying to blackmail the president.

Oh, boy–this is embarrassing. This must seem very sloppy. That wasn’t Trump either; it was Hillary Clinton.

There must be something here that was Trump … Here! I have one.

When an attractive woman desperately in need of a job came to Trump’s office in 1993, instead of helping, he lunged at her, kissed her on the mouth, grabbed her breast and put her hand on his genitals. He later told a mistress that the claim was absurd because the woman, Kathleen Willey, had such small breasts.

Uh-oh — you’re not going to believe this, but — yep, that was Bill Clinton.

This one, I’m sure was Trump. In January 1992, Trump went on “60 Minutes” to slime nightclub singer Gennifer Flowers, knowing full well she was telling the truth. He implied she belonged in a loony bin, telling millions of viewers “every time she called, distraught … she said sort of wacky things.”

Dammit! I don’t know how this keeps happening. That wasn’t Trump! That was Hillary, smearing one of her husband’s sexual conquests.

Let’s just go back to the Times’ story, based on months of investigation and interviews with hundreds of women. I’ll give it to you straight: When Trump was at the New York Military Academy as a teenager, one person who knew him said — and this is corroborated by two other witnesses: “Donald was extremely sensitive to whether or not the women he invited to campus were pretty.”

I almost threw up reading that. I am physically ill.

Roy Filly



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4 Responses to Trump and women.

  1. Please remember the “900 Missing FBI files” during the time Bill Clinton was in the White House? Hillary has those and that is why so many top politicians today refuse to indict her and publish the stories of how she denigrated all those women telling their forced sexual relations with Bill Clinton.

  2. Roy Filly says:

    Thanks for pointing that out. There are ever so many reasons not to put this pair back in the White House.

  3. trailbee says:

    There is a First Printing of an FBI book, which has a photo of condoms hanging on the White House Christmas tree during the Clinton Administration. The photo was removed for all succeeding printings. Unique family.

  4. Flayer says:

    Good post! One correction: It was a BLUE dress.

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