“One Look Admits So Much Guilt”: Bill Clinton’s Reaction As Trump Names Ex-Pres Rape Victims

The debate became an all out forum for both candidates to attack each other. Though the appearance of civility and the general drama of the election means that much is being held back, the Clinton’s are having much of their sordid and disreputable past thrown back in their face publicly. Such is the price for seeking power. But perhaps no one in American political history – or anyone since Roman times – has been so widely accused of misbehavior, and yet remained in the political spotlight as Bill Clinton, and his enabler wife. Trump brought rape victims and Bill Clinton accusers Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones to the debate, alongside Kathy Shelton – whom Hillary Clinton laughed about being raped at 12-years old as a defense attorney, as she deflected prosecution for her client, who she clearly believed was a rapist. Just before the debate, Donald Trump […] Read More

Why Is Accused Sexual Predator Bill Clinton Getting a Pass?

(Same girl) When dozens of women came forward to accuse Bill Cosby of rape, most Americans believed them, so why is Bill Clinton getting a free pass when a similar number of women are accusing Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct? As you will see below, new allegations continue to come out, and it has become exceedingly clear that Clinton is still chasing women that he is not married to even though his wife is in the middle of a presidential campaign.  Of course Hillary Clinton knows exactly what is going on, and she has been serving as his enabler by doing all that she can to cover up Bill’s escapades whenever one of these “bimbo eruptions” happens.  Ultimately, Bill and Hillary Clinton have together victimized countless numbers of women, and yet public opinion polls continue to show that most women voters plan to vote for Hillary Clinton in November.  […] Read More

“You’re My Favorite Victim” Woman Reports Rape to NYPD, Cops Show Up and Sexually Assault Her

New York, NY (RT) — A 25-year-old woman is suing the NYPD, after two of its officers charged with investigating her rape case got her drunk in a hotel room and sexually assaulted her. The complaint made on Tuesday relates to an incident in January 2013, when the Seattle nursing student was assaulted by a “social acquaintance” at an apartment. She reported the assault by phone in June, and was told the Special Victims Unit would handle the case. According to the New York Daily News, Lieutenant Adam Lamboy and Detective Lucazs Skorzewski arrived to take the woman’s statement on July 5. They later encouraged her to join them for lunch and drinks at a waterfront bar in Seattle. #NYPD officer charged with raping teen http://t.co/Uar5GxmUeJ pic.twitter.com/4PzrFJJdWj — RT America (@RT_America) March 25, 2015 The victim recalls being suspicious of drinking during the day, something to which Lamboy replied, […] Read More

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LAPD Continues To Delay Lawsuit Against Officers Who Kidnapped and Sexually Assaulted Woman Waiting For Cab

  When Kim Nguyen called a cab after a few drinks, she thought she was on the right side of the law. But in spite of her best efforts, the 27-year-old pharmacist explains she was thrown from a police cruiser after Los Angeles police officers kidnapped and sexually assaulted her while she was waiting for that cab. Part of the assault on Nguyen was captured on camera, as the young woman was filmed tumbling from a moving LAPD cruiser after being handcuffed and kidnapped while waiting for the cab she called. Nguyen was just trying to get home in the early morning hours of March 17, 2013, but that’s not where her story ends. More on the latest developments in a minute. First, let’s make sure you understand just how serious her allegations against the LAPD are. Let’s start by taking a look at the video below: Back in 2013, […] Read More